Following a discussion about curriculum in RE I thought I’d pull together a set of resources that may be useful. I’m happy to add as people recommend.
Louise Hutton – Why this? Why now? An RE curriculum conversation
N McGee – Setting the scene for teaching Christianity at GCSE
J Semmens – The Need for Philosophy
N McGee – Planning an interweaved Key Stage 3 curriculum
A Smith – Disciplinary Knowledge and RE: an attempt at professional wrestling
R Orme Religious Illiteracy: The Neglect of Knowledge in RE
R Orme – From Gandhi to Geldof: The Menace of Thematic RE
R Orme- RE’s Knowledge Vacuum
C Vardy- Religious Education: What do students need to KNOW?
I Howarth- Why Religious Education is a fundamental part of a broad education
A Lewis- CoRE: Interim Report (2) – Building a Knowledge Curriculum
N McKain – A Knowledge Rich Curriculum with 20:20 vision
K Gooch – Curriculum choice is keeping me awake at night
J Porter – Which knowledge should you teach from the Bible?
Disciplines in RE
G Georgiou –BALANCED RE: THOUGHTS ON RE CURRICULUM DESIGN
Secondary audit for Balanced RE
Primary audit for Balanced RE
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The Norfolk agreed syllabus – an example of multi-discipline approach
A discussion about the new Norfolk Agreed Syllabus – Questions by Paul Smalley and answers by Kathryn Wright. Here
Bowie, R. (2016) Doing RE hermeneutically– learning to become interpreters of
religion. RE Today, 34 (1). pp. 60-62. ISSN 0226-7738.
D Cox – Curriculum intent & design – how not to do it
D Cox – Curriculum roundup 2019
Biesta et alRELIGIOUS LITERACY: A WAY FORWARD FOR RELIGIOUS EDUCATION?
B Wintersgill Big Ideas For Religious Education
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