Approved by the NAES Governing Board in April 2010, this document offers best practices and recommendations for all Episcopal schools when formulating and assessing their religious studies curricula; outlining the qualities sought in teachers of religion; and learning to understand the distinctions to be found between Episcopal parishes and Episcopal schools with regard to this topic. Read More »
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In the spring of 2014, the Faculty of Education of Cambridge University (UK) in collaboration with the Woolf Institute gathered religion teachers from religious and secular schools in the United States and the United Kingdom to explore the teaching of religion. The result is a new theoretical and practical framework that can be used by teachers in grades 2-12.
Developed in 2013 by the Australian Anglican Schools Association and NAES, the Religious Studies Curriculum is a flexible curricular framework that provides key questions, skills, and outcomes in seven areas of study from early childhood through late adolescence: the Bible; World Religions; The Story of the Church; Ethics; Faith in Action (service learning); and Mediation, Prayer and Worship. After reviewing the attached PDF, members may contact NAES about access to sample units of study available on the Anglican Schools Association website.
The Rev. Daniel R. Heischman, D.D., sets out three crucial roles of the Episcopal school chaplain: teaching, counseling/conversation, and pastoral care in times of crisis.
This free pdf from Church Publishing Incorporated provides a background on All Hallows Eve and All Saints, along with activities and related resources. Read More »
This document outlines the course of study in religion for Grades 1–4 at Breck School in Minneapolis, Minnesota.
This document outlines a semester senior elective in Biblical Studies at Breck School in Minneapolis, Minnesota.