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Interreligi Ses Lernen Im Religionsunterricht

Author : Monika Tautz
ISBN : 3170201018
Genre : Christianity and other religions
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Was sind die Bedingungen und Moglichkeiten interreligiosen Lernens im schulischen Religionsunterricht? Angesichts des heutigen kulturellen und religiosen Pluralismus? Im Horizont dieser Fragestellung entwickelt die Autorin zunachst Ansatze und Konturen eines eigenen Losungsweges: einen interreligios ausgerichteten, konfessionell-kooperativen Religionsunterricht. Dieses Modell konkretisiert sie am Beispiel des christlich-islamischen Dialogs. In einem zweiten Schritt kommen die theologischen Traditionen der beiden abrahamitischen Religionen selbst zur Sprache, aus denen heraus die Rede vom Menschen und seinem Ethos begrundet wird und sich Moglichkeiten zum Dialog und fur die eigene Positionsbestimmung eroffnen. Im dritten und letzten Schritt wird ein Erprobungsmodell der vorgestellten Unterrichtskonzeption beschrieben. Die Autorin stellt sich den Herausforderungen der Schulpraxis und entwickelt Impulsangebote fur die verschiedenen Schulstufen.

Researching Re Teachers Re Teachers As Researchers

Author : Cok Bakker
ISBN : 3830967861
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Dreaming The Land

Author : International Academy of Practical Theology. Meeting
ISBN : 3825800822
Genre : Social Science
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Dreaming the Land: Theologies of Resistance and Hope is a theme that testifies to the contextual nature of practical theology. This present volume contains a collection of essays with international contributions to practical theology. In their original form, these essays were presented at the seventh biennial conference of the International Academy of Practical Theology (IAPT) held at Brisbane/Australia in June 2005. The dreaming and the land are both concepts central to the thinking of the aboriginal peoples of Australia. The dreaming encompasses the creative and life-giving forces which govern and express the lifeworld of these same people, while the land is sacred space where the spirits of the ancestors of all human, plant, and animal life are represented. The theme is the common thread in the first part of the book. Here, the search for theologies of resistance and hope is related to experiences in the southern hemisphere, to issues of the land as a concept for practical theology, and to questions of human rights. Hans-Georg Ziebertz is professor at the University of Wuerzburg (Germany). Friedrich Schweitzer is professor at the University of Tubingen (Germany).

Integrative Religious Education In Europe

Author : Wanda Alberts
ISBN : 3110196611
Genre : Religion
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This book is a contribution to the development of the young discipline of the didactics of the Study of Religions (Religionswissenschaft) in international perspective. Integrative religious education refers to education about different religions in classrooms with children of various religious and non-religious backgrounds. Cornerstones of recent debates about theory and methodology in the academic study of religions and in education are discussed in the first chapter. They form the basis of the following analysis and evaluation of current approaches to integrative religious education in Europe, with a special focus on England and Sweden. Particular attention is paid to the different underlying concepts of religion, education and ways of representing religious plurality in these approaches. Building on a discussion of the current situation of teaching and learning about religions in schools in Europe in the context of wider cultural, social and political debates, the book concludes with the suggestion of a framework for integrative religious education in Europe, from a perspective that combines insights from the study of religions and education.

Luther And Melanchthon In The Educational Thought Of Central And Eastern Europe

Author : Reinhard Golz
ISBN : 3825834905
Genre : Education
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" The contributions in this volume deal with influences of Reformators and of the Reformation as a whole on the contemporary and following intellectual-cultural and especially pedagogical developments in selected countries in Central and Eastern Europe. The issues of which way pedagogical ideas of the Reformation spread internationally are questioned and problematised, and the people who played a role in this process are addressed. It also investigates which Protestant educational institutions, foundations, etc. exist today, and whether lines of tradition go back to the origins, or were re-animated in the last years. Additionally, it deals with aspects of the reception of Luther and Melanchthon in international pedagogical historiography. The contributions of the 30 authors from Latvia, Lithuania, Poland, the Czech Republic, Russia, Hungary, and Germany are connected to the discussion of the relationship of tradition and innovation in times of social upheaval. Reinhard Golz ist Professor an der Universit├Ąt Magdeburg. Wolfgang Mayrhofer ist wissenschaftlicher Mitarbeiter an der Universit├Ąt Magdeburg. "

Books In Print 2004 2005

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ISBN : 0835246477
Genre : Literature
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