Teaching the History of Nature
Without the history of nature, we cannot truly appreciate or understand the present and quite extraordinary moment in the...0
The Science and Religion Debate: The View from Primary Schools (7 to 11 Years)
‘The Science and Religion Debate is the name given to discussion and reflection on the historical interactions between science...
Science and Religion in Schools: A German and Worldwide Perspective
A new project for "Science and Religion in Schools" must start from the position of existing curricula and the...
The Development of the Science and Religion in Schools Project and the Importance of IT
We hope the UK project will encourage others around the world to embark on their own project, inspired by...
Bottom of the Class
Why is school science, especially chemistry and physics, so unpopular in wealthier countries, and what can we do about...
Planning For a New Course in Philosophy of Religion for 16-17 Year Olds in the UK
It is clear that the Science and Religion unit will provide an interesting set of challenges for both those...
Science and Religion in Schools: The Importance of a South African Project
South Africa is experiencing a multitude of problems caused by the coming together of the dominant global scientific secular...
Science and Religion: A School and Church Project in Denmark 2009
The aim is to facilitate students gaining a nuanced understanding of the origin and development of the world and...
Review of Science and Religion in Schools
There is no shortage of books on science and religion but, perhaps surprisingly, there is a paucity of materials...
Science and Religion in Schools: Guides for Teachers
The aim of these two guides is: "to encourage the teaching in schools of issues concerning the debate between...