Volume V distinguishes religious and spiritual education and takes a multi-faith approach to pedagogic, curricular and resource issues. The important area of collective worship is also addressed.

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Part One Spiritual Education

part |1 pages

Part Two Religious Education

chapter 8|17 pages

Religionism and Religious Education*

chapter 10|15 pages

Religious Education: Cinderella Does Go to the Ball

ByDerek Bastide

chapter 12|19 pages

Values Education in Bahá’í Schools

ByJennifer Chapa, Rhett Diessner

chapter 13|14 pages

Denominational Schools in the Netherlands

ByDoret de Ruyter and Siebren Miedema

chapter 14|17 pages

The Values of Grant-maintained Status: the Case of Catholic Schools

ByAndrew Hannan

chapter 15|10 pages

How Local should a Local Agreed Syllabus for RE be?

ByVivienne Baumfield

chapter 16|18 pages

The Rationale of the Charis Project

ByJohn Shortt

chapter 17|18 pages

The End of Religion in the UK and Beyond

ByBrian E. Gates

chapter 18|21 pages

Mission Impossible? Religious Education in the 1990s

ByJudith Everington

chapter 19|11 pages

Mentoring Religious Education Teaching in Secondary Schools

ByNick Mead

chapter 21|16 pages

Approaches to Collective Worship in Multifaith Schools

ByJeannette Gill

chapter 22|18 pages

Beliefs and Values: the Western Australian Experience

ByCynthia K. Dixon