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All Party Parliamentary Group report on RE: The Truth Unmasked.
RE: the Ofsted report into Religious Education 2007-2010.
for RE 2010:
This is the new guidance for the teaching of RE (but not collective
worship) from the DCSF / QCDA issued in Janaury 2010.
report on resources: this is the seminal report on
the use of resource in RE.
audit on resources: this is the audit of resources
reviewed for the resources report.
Archive: In alphabetical
order by title
and engagement: RE and EAL:
(English as an additional language): A range of ideas
and strategies for tackling EAL as part of the curriculum.
Learning and Teaching Methods:
from the new NI curriculm this is a collection of useful
critical thinking exercises.
Assessing Pupils Progress: A new schema set
up by the government focused on the day-to-day as well as the
period nature of assessment building on the AfL ideas of Black
condensed Key Stage 3: (pages 79 to 90 pertain
to RE): This is the document looking at the Key Stage 3 review
it develops the thoughts, pertaining to RE, on the curriculum.
glossary of terms: This is a collection of definitions
of common RE words from the QCA stable. It covers the major
religions taught in the UK. Click
for an extended on-line version
do" statements [written by Deborah Weston
and Dave Francis] based on QCA levels: This is a set of child
friendly statements based on the QCA curriculum and giving these
to students to aid them with self-assessment and self-development.
curricular target setting in religious education:
Helps teachers with the development of targets in RE for students
to aid improved and progression.
objective led lessons in religious education:
Helping teachers to focus on the RE objectives of a lesson and
develop lessons which ensure that these objectives are met.
oral feedback in religious education: Helping
students to think orally and to construct logical and rational
peer and self assessment in religious education:
This document helps you to develop ways in which students can
peer assess and self-assess. This helps develop the personalised
progression (pages 58-61 pertain to RE): Some
data on the progression of RE groups against national norms
from KS3 to GCSE.
and Practice: Teaching & Learning in Secondary
Schools: Questioning: This document helps you to develop your
skills in using questions in the classroom as teaching and learning
across the curriculum: Religious Education:
This document considers how ICT can be implemented into the
curriculum and how the development of pedagogy which takes ICT
seriously can aid and develop the teaching of RE.
whiteboards and religious education: Some ideas and
strategies for using your e-whiteboard more effectively for
teaching and learning in Religious Education.
and learning in RE: Ideas for developing literacy in
in learning: RE and thinking skills
styles and writing in RE
the 8 level scale for teachers
sense of religion:
the Ofsted report into RE - 2004-2007
Strategy Documentation for RE
statutory national framework for RE:
This is the new guidelines for SACREs and LEAs on the preparation
of RE syllabi from 2005.
teaching and assessing the curriculum for pupils with learning
support materials: Support
materials from 2000 from the QCA.
education and collective worship: An analysis of 2004
RE review document: based on the Ofsted review of RE
this document will aid in checking the 'health' of your RE department
for RE: some starter activities for RE teachers
Gifted and Talented pupils in RE: this document explores
a range of teaching and learning strategies for working with gifted
and talented pupils.
for Primary RE: this is a small pamphlet looking at how
website can be used in teaching and learning for primary RE.
for Secondary RE: this is a small pamphlet looking at
how website can be used in teaching and learning for secondary
related learning and RE
C21st RE teacher - advice from Becta on being an RE teacher with technology