The new MA in Religious and Values Education through CSU offers an excellent, flexible, online study option for teachers looking to acquire and extend their knowledge in RaVE
The course begins with a study of recent national and international trends in RaVE, and then focuses on recent developments in major curriculum areas within the broad field of RaVE including teaching the Bible, philosophy of religion, religious ethics and world religions.
Students complete a semester of reflective professional practice before proceeding to advanced studies in either philosophical and ethical enquiry, or in media, popular culture and the arts. The capstone subject for the course is an individual research project in religious and values education.
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