Recently issued Victorian Education Department Ministerial Direction MD141 on Special Religious Instruction in Government schools requires publication of SRI Curriculum materials in the public domain. On this page, the Sikh Council of Victoria post their materials for SRI Classes in Victorian Schools.
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Recently issued Victorian Education Departmnet Ministerial Direction MD141 on Special Religious Instruction in Government Schools requires publication of SRI Curriculum materials in the public domain. On this page, the Buddhist Community of Victoria present their materials for Buddhist SRI Classes in State Schools.
Continue reading “Overview of Buddhist Special Religious Instruction”
Recently issued Victorian Education Department Ministerial Direction MD141 on Special Religious Instruction in Government schools requires publication of SRI Curriculum materials in the public domain. On this page, the Greek Orthodox Archdiocese of Australia post their materials for Hindu SRI Classes in State Schools.
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Recently issued Victorian Education Departmnet Ministerial Direction MD141 on Special Religious Instruction in Government schools requires publication of SRI Curriculum materials in the public domain. On this page, the Hindu Heritage Foundation post their materials for Hindu SRI Classes in State Schools.
Continue reading “Hindu SRI in State Schools”
Recently issued Victorian Education Departmnet Ministerial Direction MD141 on Special Religious Instruction in Government schools requires publication of SRI Curriculum materials in the public domain. On this page, the Bahá’í Community post their materials for Bahá’í Children’s Classes (in State Schools).
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Values are guides to action. How can a teacher explore and develop a value in a manner that can be taken up by children in classes?
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Values Education plays a central role in self-concept, self esteem, self-deterimination and self-awareness in students. Values education is an axis on which education revolves.
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On this page, we list resources relating to the Sikh Religion and way of life.
Dept of Education NSW Curriculum Support: Celebrating Diversity (integration of religious diversity, Sikh and Hindu, into K-6 HSIE) PDF
Dying Wish The story of a Sikh- Australian who wished for his ashes to be taken home to India
ABC Splash: Sikhs in Contemporary Australia
Sikh Society of South Australia: What is Sikhism
Sikhs in Australia: Arrival of Indians in Australia
Overview and History of Sikhs in Australia: Australian Sikhs
Racism, No Way: Introduction to Sikhs in Australia
Sikhs.org Glossary, Explanation of Sikh names and general resources
Harimandir Sahib – the Golden Temple: A Day at Darbar Sahib (The holiest shrine of Sikhism)
Saldef – Learn About Sikhs
Saldef – Brochure: Welcome to the Gurdwara (PDF)
An Insight into Sikh Philosophy and Beliefs: Sikh the Truth (PDF)
Harmandir Sahib – the holiest shrine of the Sikh Religion
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