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‘Shared Space: developing ‘powerful knowledge’

Tuesday 5thApril with Dr Janet Orchard: Senior Lecturer in the School of Education, University of Bristol. AULRE is delighted to share details of its research seminars taking place during the spring of 2022 .All seminars take place 17.30-19.00 and consist of presentation + good time for questions and discussion. In this seminar Janet will present her… Read More »

”But are you religious yourself?”: being non-binary between ‘religious’ and ‘non-religious’ by Professor Denise Cush.

AULRE Academic Seminars with CCCU. ”But are you religious yourself?”: being non-binary between ‘religious’ and ‘non-religious’ from Professor Denise Cush. These seminars are for those interested in research, scholarship and professional practice associated with religion and education, including the school subject of RE and the preparation of teachers for that subject. These are in conjunction… Read More »

Sneak Peak: Denise Cush’s AULRE Seminar

Please click the link to register for next week’s AULRE Academic Seminar with CCCU which is presented by Professor Denise Cush Wednesday 16th March 17.30-1900 Registration link (if it does not work first time try an alternative browser) Speaker Biography Denise Cush (BA Oxford, MA Lancaster, PhD Warwick), Professor of Religion and Education at Bath… Read More »

AULRE / CCCU Seminar: Who are the new RE teachers, and what do they have to teach us as ITE providers?

This seminar for AULRE members explores the implications of findings from a recent survey of early career Religious Education teachers, particularly those entering the profession during the period 2020-21. In this survey, trainees provide details of why they entered the profession, what previous experience they bring with them, and what they have appreciated or found… Read More »

AULRE 2021 The Keynotes and Papers

Annual Conference: Keynotes and Papers in the Main Part of the Day Tuesday 22nd June (10:30am – 6pm) Conference theme: ‘Researching RE: Changing Times for Religious Education’ THIS IS THE PAID FOR TICKETED EVENT Keynote ‘Cultivating the Unthinkable in Religious Education: World views and teaching to transgress.’  Professor Lynn Revell Keynote ‘Worldview frames curricula and infuses discipline,… Read More »