An Introduction to the Anglican Schools Australia Religious Studies Curriculum
Thursday, January 26, 2017 (4pm - 5pm US/Eastern)
Developed in partnership between NAES and the Anglican Schools Commission of Australia, this Religious Studies curriculum offers guidelines for the teaching of religion along with seven specific content areas for early childhood through grade 12. Since its launch in 2013, Anglican schools in Australia have contributed over sixty lessons plans. Participants will review the components of the curriculum, view sample lessons, and learn how to log-into this free, online resource.
Ann Mellow, Associate Director
Wednesday, January 25, 2017
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