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 […]
Wednesday, February 23, 2022 — A panel of educators from Montgomery County Public Schools (Maryland) will discuss their experiences of professional development about religious literacy.
Join a small group of colleagues for a six-week peer-mentoring and professional development opportunity focused on making progress toward a writing goal.
Exploring Critical Historical Themes in Religion & Culture for Secondary Social Studies and ELA Educators Learn with Rice scholars online through deeper dives into religion and science, religion and climate, religion and immigration, religion and indigenous and pagan traditions, religion and sectarianism, First Amendment best pedagogical practices, and much more, including Story Map and ELA […]
The Leadership Institute for Faith and Education: Building Partnerships for Equity, Justice, and Student Success
The Leadership Institute for Faith and Education: Building Partnerships for Equity, Justice, and Student Success provides attendees with a model for developing effective partnerships between faith-based organizations and public schools, to address and elevate student achievement.
Religion and Public Life at Harvard University is now accepting applications for the 2021 cohort of educators to participate in the Religious Literacy Summer Institute.
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.
April 13, 2020 – Dr. J. Cody Nielsen, founder and director of Convergence, an organization focused on using policy, practice, and training to improve campus climates for religious, spiritual, and secular identities.