Metacognition, Worldviews and Religious Education
A Practical Guide for Teachers
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Metacognition, Worldviews and Religious Education seeks to support teachers in creating a new and exciting classroom approach. With a focus on putting children and teachers' worldviews back on the RE agenda and developing awareness of these through metacognitive processes, it includes
* Tables, frameworks and checklists to make it easy for teachers to adapt the approach to their own context
* Concrete examples of how the approach can work in the classroom, including case studies from teachers
* Call-out boxes for teachers and others to reflect on their own practice and to consider their own beliefs and values in relation to teaching and learning
Co-authored by three researchers from Exeter University and one experienced advanced skills RE primary school teacher, this book explains in a jargon-free way the theories of metacognition and worldviews which underpin the creation of a unique learning environment, making it an essential read for students, experienced teachers, researchers in RE and anyone interested in taking a thinking skills approach to pedagogy.