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Kar2ouche is a software package that allows students to produce posters, leaflets and (most effectively) storyboards, with the possibility of recording their own dialogue and making quite sophisticated animations.£CALL Out of stock
A research poster by Jasjit Singh.£CALL Out of stock
Gopinder Kaur and W Owen Cole (REsource volume 26 issue 3, summer 2004).£CALL Out of stock
Kath Bagley shares a process of enquiry that has enabled children in Hampshire to grow their RE skills over the last six years.£CALL Out of stock
Case study: developing a compelling learning experience by Cathy Lyall, Frome College.£CALL Out of stock
Michael Wilcockson is a principal A level examiner, author and head of department at Eton College. He offers a good lesson and an argument to show why RE at A level should be theological, not just philosophical.£CALL Out of stock
Case Study: developing a compelling learning experience by John James and Lesley Prior, The Greycoat Hospital School£CALL Out of stock
Case Study: developing a compelling learning experience by Marianne Fleming, Our Lady & St Bede RC School.£CALL Out of stock
Paul Newbould, who teaches infants in Minchinhampton, Gloucestershire, takes the teddy on the class church visit to show that it's OK to be puzzled.£CALL Out of stock
The thread of this story is developed as an inquisitive grey squirrel sets out on an adventure to discover an answer to a question about the great mystery from where we all come.£CALL Out of stock
Juliet Lyal, NATRE's Local Groups Officer, reflects on the number, distribution and work of the network of NATRE-affiliated local groups of teachers.£CALL Out of stock
Barbara Wintersgill looks back on her time as one of the key national figures in the world of RE and, in the process, reflects on how RE might develop in the future. (REsource volume 29 issue 2, spring 2007)£CALL Out of stock
As a ‘project pivot’ which can be used for Literacy, RE, Geography, PHSCE, Environmental Studies and Assemblies this pack is well worth £30. If this is all you have in your budget for new resources, then this is the one to buy.£CALL Out of stock
Ruth Meharg teaches RE at Formby High School. After a residential trip to the Samye Ling Buddhist monastery in Dumfries, her pupils concocted a formula for imaginative RE trips.£CALL Out of stock
This set of guides is for teachers and school leaders who wish to improve an institution's teaching and learning. The techniques suggested are tried and tested; they draw on both academic research and the experience of practising teachers.£CALL Out of stock
Argues that teachers should use group work so that pupils can develop the skills of collaboration and independence. Group work allows students to learn from each other and arrive at a clear understanding by teaching each other. Unit 10: group work (2004). Generic Guidance£CALL Out of stock