Free Webinars for K-6 Educators The Olympic Games are a powerful example of an event where people with vast differences and remarkable similarities come together in the spirit of respect and goodwill. World Olympics builds on this popular event to teach social and emotional skills of respect for religious and cultural differences. We are proud to present the […]
The Indiana University School of Education and the Advancing Education in Muslim Societies (AEMS) initiative of the International Institute of Islamic Thought (IIIT) are hosting the 5th Annual Symposium: Education in Muslim Societies: Implications for Policy, Pedagogy, and Development. The Symposium will be held virtually at the School of Education in Bloomington, Indiana, on November 10-12, 2021. Educational […]
May 24, 2021 — This study examines the relationship between multicultural education, English Language Arts standards, text-based discussions and student talk about religion within National Board certified teachers’ classrooms.
Wednesday, February 10 – Learn about the Humanities in Class Digital Library, an initiative of the National Humanities Center to provide access to curriculum resources across the humanities and build bridges between the classroom and the academy.
Edited Volume with University of Toronto Press – This edited volume will attempt to explore and theorize the generally understudied question of how — informed by various competing discourses and narratives — nations represent their ancient and existing non-Abrahamic pagan traditions in their national curricula and school textbooks.
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.