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RELIGION CURRICULUM P-12. UPDATE. We aspire to educate and form students who are challenged to live the gospel of Jesus Christ and who are literate in the Catholic and broader Christian tradition so that they might participate critically and authentically in faith contexts and wider society”.

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Vision for re

VISION FOR RE


Bce learning and teaching

BCE LEARNING AND TEACHING


St francis college

St Francis College


Two distinct and complimentary dimensions

Religious life of the school empower

Classroom learning and teaching

Two distinct and complimentary dimensions


Catholic beliefs that underpin the curriculum

  • A Catholic religion curriculum is hope filled and underpinned by the beliefs that:

  • All people are created in the image and likeness of God

  • Knowledge is life long and life wide, holistic, rational and leads to wisdom

  • Human beings are not the masters of creation but rather co- creators with God and therefore have a special responsibility to steward the earth and the universe

Catholic beliefs that underpin the curriculum


Catholic beliefs that underpin the curriculum1

Catholic beliefs that underpin the curriculum


Reconceptualist approach

  • Not catechetical everyday, in people, in nature and in the world and therefore there is no such thing as a secular subject in a Catholic school.

  • Uses non- presumptive language

  • Uses a questioning pedagogy

Reconceptualist approach


Religious diversity at sfc
Religious diversity at SFC everyday, in people, in nature and in the world and therefore there is no such thing as a secular subject in a Catholic school.


Key messages

  • Religion Curriculum everyday, in people, in nature and in the world and therefore there is no such thing as a secular subject in a Catholic school.

    P-12

Key Messages


Writing the re program in 2014

  • SIT teams P-12 everyday, in people, in nature and in the world and therefore there is no such thing as a secular subject in a Catholic school.

  • Mapping the curriculum

  • Writing units of work

  • CTJ

  • Validation

  • Value adding for 2015 learners

Writing the RE Program in 2014


Principles of unit planning

  • Principle of subsidiarity everyday, in people, in nature and in the world and therefore there is no such thing as a secular subject in a Catholic school.

  • Vision -Begin with the end in mind

  • Line of sight

  • Integration across strands

  • Differentiation for learners- growth mindset

  • Learning intentions and success criteria

Principles of unit planning


Principles of planning

  • Connections with RLOS, other curriculum areas and CCPs everyday, in people, in nature and in the world and therefore there is no such thing as a secular subject in a Catholic school.

  • Opportunities to embed Sacred Texts Development of general capabilities

  • Quality learning experiences including use of digital tech.

  • Assessment and feedback

Principles of planning


Support from bce

  • Religious education portal everyday, in people, in nature and in the world and therefore there is no such thing as a secular subject in a Catholic school.

Support from BCE


St francis college religious education program

  • A work in progress everyday, in people, in nature and in the world and therefore there is no such thing as a secular subject in a Catholic school.

St Francis College Religious education program


Web quest

  • Learning intentions everyday, in people, in nature and in the world and therefore there is no such thing as a secular subject in a Catholic school.

  • During this series of activities, staff at SFC will:

  • explore the religious education website and identify specific content

  • examine one unit of work that demonstrates principles of mapping the curriculum across strands.

  • Success criteria

  • Staff can:

  • Navigate the websites to locate information and complete the webquest tasks

  • Explain how the codes represent the strands and substrands of the curriculum

  • Understand how the curriculum content is grouped across strands and substrands to create units of work.

  • Identify content in the Achievement Standard

Web Quest


Where to from here

  • SIT teams continue to meet everyday, in people, in nature and in the world and therefore there is no such thing as a secular subject in a Catholic school.

  • Margaret continues to support

  • Curriculum leaders continue to write

  • Prepare for CTJ

  • Validation October 28

  • Celebrate!

Where to from here?