Developing the 'Religiate' primary RE teacher: where are we starting from and how do we get there?
Delegates at the 2003 AULRE conference were asked to consider the features of a 'religiate' pupil, that is, what would we expect of pupils leaving school with a good religious education. This prompted a consideration of how far trainee primary teachers on a one-year PGCE programme could be considered 'religiate'. In the following article the findings of an investigation into the starting points of these trainees at the beginning of their Religious Education course are discussed.
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Document Type: Research Article
Affiliations: Institute of Education Manchester Metropolitan University Didsbury Campus 799 Wilmslow Road Didsbury Manchester M20 2RR UK
Publication date: April 1, 2004