Meeting Schedule

Next Meeting

RE Teachers and Academic Knowledge on Facebook

October 28, 2020 – Knut Aukland will discuss an ongoing study of a Norwegian RE teacher group on Facebook. This research examines teacher engagement with researcher, research, and academic knowledge and the relationship between academic and practitioner knowledge

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Mentoring Roundtable

November, 18, 2020 – This session will begin an ongoing conversation about mentoring in the field of religion and education. Topics of Discussion will include: areas of professional development, research and publishing mentoring, and building a network of mentor-mentee relationships.

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December Meeting — TBA 

Tuesday, December 8

When are the meetings?

Meeting times vary for each session. See meeting descriptions or the calendar for more details. All meeting times are in Eastern Time.

How do I join a meeting?

Meetings take place via Zoom. A link to join the meeting will be sent to members a few days before each meeting.

I am interested in presenting. How do I get on the calendar?

If you would like to present at an upcoming meeting, please contact Kate Soules ([email protected]). If there are no open meetings on the schedule, we can add you to the list of future presenters and you will be given priority when the next set of dates are announced.

Earlier 2020 Meetings

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Reconnect and Recharge

Tuesday, September 29 – Catch up with old and new friends and colleagues. Hear about the exciting work members are doing around the world.

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Religious Literacy and Anti-Racist Education

June 15, 2020 – Dr. W. Y. Alice Chan will help us begin our conversation by sharing her recent experience and lessons learned while discussing racism and religious literacy during an online dialogue based in the Vancouver area. There will be plenty of time for discussion and reflection as a group.

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America’s First Freedom Curriculum

May 28, 2020 — Dr. Hall will provide details on the development of a new thematic unit on religious freedom from The Religious Freedom Institute (RFI) to be used in the secondary school setting. He will also describe some of the opportunities and challenges in developing religion related curriculum for public schools.

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