Presentation on theme: "Religious Education New Religion Curriculum P-12 Briefing for APREs Nov 2012."— Presentation transcript:
Religious Education New Religion Curriculum P-12 Briefing for APREs Nov 2012
New Religion Curriculum P-12 AIM To form students who are literate in the Catholic and broader Christian tradition so that they might participate critically and effectively in faith contexts and wider society.
New Religion Curriculum P-12 Clear educational language Articulating what teachers are expected to teach and students are entitled to learn Digital learning tools
New Religion Curriculum P-12 Core Content knowledge, understanding, skills, elaborations Achievement Standards Aligned to the Australian Curriculum
New Religion Curriculum P-12 Theological Background Online, search facility, pop up windows, Short videos Australian Curriculum Links
New Religion Curriculum P-12 General Capabilities literacy, numeracy, critical and creative thinking, personal and social capability, ethical behaviour, intercultural understanding, ICT
New Religion Curriculum P-12 Cross Curriculum Priorities Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander histories, cultures and spiritualities Asia and Australia’s engagement with Asia in a multi-faith context Sustainability and Ecological Stewardship
Religion Curriculum P-12 Sacred TextsOld TestamentChristian Spiritual Writings & Wisdom New Testament BeliefsTrinity: God, Jesus the Christ, Spirit Religions of the World Human Existence ChurchLiturgy & Sacraments Church HistoryPeople of God Christian LifeMoral FormationPrayer & Spirituality Mission and Justice
New Religion Curriculum P-12 Strand Weightings Sacred TextsOld Testament P-12 Spiritual Writings & Wisdom 7-12 New Testament P-12 BeliefsGod, Jesus, Spirit P-12 Religions of the World P-12 Human Existence 1-12 ChurchLiturgy & Sacraments P-12 Church History 2-12 People of God P-12 Christian LifeMoral Formation P-12 Prayer & Spirituality P-12 Mission and Justice P-12
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