eD 15 Distinctively Christian Learning? (2013)


What might it mean for teaching and learning to be distinctively Christian? This is a topical question, particularly for the Church of England, now that Christians can sponsor government-funded schools.

This book explores a way forward, drawing on the insights from the international “What If Learning” project. It includes both discussion of the issues and practical examples from classrooms.

Potential audience

Headteachers, Diocesan Education Officers, DBE members, governors, clergy, teacher trainers

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Author: Margaret Cooling

Margaret Cooling is author of a wide range of books for schools and churches on communicating Christianity: from'Christianity Through Art' to'Using the Bible in Christian Ministry.' Margaret's interests lie in the use of the arts and effective teaching and learning in different contexts.

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Author: Trevor Cooling

Trevor Cooling is Director of the National Institute for Christian Education Research at Canterbury Christ Church University, and works with the'Transforming Lives' Project, an interdenominational initiative that promotes teaching as a Christian vocation. He has been active in education for over 30 years as a teacher, a head of RE, a chief executive of a Christian education charity, a university lecturer and a diocesan schools adviser. He has a PhD in Religious Education, though his first degree is in biology.

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