Religion and Culture in the Classroom and the Curriculum Developing an Inclusive Curriculum Friday 7 September 2007 Dr Emma Tomalin, Subject Centre for Philosophical and Religious Studies and Department of Theology and Religious Studies, University of Leeds.
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Religion and Culture in the Classroom and the CurriculumDeveloping an Inclusive CurriculumFriday 7 September 2007Dr Emma Tomalin, Subject Centre for Philosophical and Religious Studies and Department of Theology and Religious Studies, University of Leeds
“My own lack of cultural awareness certainly hindered me at first. It is still something that I am learning ‘on the job’. There are also some issues relating to an institutional lack of cultural awareness within the NHS” (healthcare).
“I feel ignorant about religious beliefs and what the rules and customs are – e.g. drinking behaviour, making jokes about the typical student lifestyle that might offend” (psychology).
“I would very much like some sort of general advice guide as to the branches of Muslim belief and other religions and an outline of the practices of these religions. For example, knowing that fasting may cause students to go to sleep in