International Handbook of Learning, Teaching and Leading in Faith-Based Schools

(2) The Nature, Aims and Values of Education in Faith-based Schools, which aims to: Identify and explore the distinctive philosophies, characteristics and guiding principles, values, concepts and concerns underpinning learning, teaching and leadership in faith-based schools; Identify and explore way...

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Other Authors: Chapman, Judith D. (Editor), McNamara, Sue (Editor), Reiss, Michael J. (Editor), Waghid, Yusef (Editor)
Format: eBook
Language:English
Published: Dordrecht Springer Netherlands 2014, 2014
Edition:1st ed. 2014
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Collection: Springer eBooks 2005- - Collection details see MPG.ReNa
Table of Contents:
  • a path to autonomy, or dependence? Nuraan Davids
  • Part III - Current Practices and Future Possibilities: Section editors: Sue McNamara and Judith Chapman
  • 26 The shaping of Ireland’s faith-based school system and the contemporary challenge to it: John Coolahan
  • 27 Religious education in a time of globalization and pluralism: The example of the United States: Walter Feinberg
  • 28 Classroom practice in a faith-based school: A tale of two levels: Paul Black
  • 29 Faith- based schools in Japan: Paradoxes and pointers: Stuart Picken
  • 30 Curriculum, leadership and religion in Singapore schools: How a secular government engineers social harmony and the ‘state interest’: Clive Dimmock, Hairon Salleh and Cheng Yong Tan
  • 31 Critical fidelity and Catholic school leadership: John Sullivan
  • 32 So who has the values? Challenges for faith-based schools in an era of values pedagogy: Terry Lovat and Neville Clement
  • Findings from an ethnographic study: Sadaf Rizvi
  • 34 A mobile school- bringing education to migrant children in Goa, India: Marion de Souza
  • 35 Religious Education in Japanese “Mission Schools”: A case study of Sacred Heart schools in Japan: Nozomi Miura
  • 36 A systems approach to enhancing capacity of teachers and leaders in Catholic school communities to link learning, student wellbeing, values and social justice: Helen Butler, Bernadette Summers and Mary Tobin
  • 37 Schools and families in partnership for learning in faith-based schools: Annie Mitchell, Judith Chapman, Sue McNamara and Marj Horne
  • 38 Learning for leadership: An evidence based approach for leadership learning in faith- based schools: Michael Buchanan and Judith Chapman
  • 39 Leading Australian Catholic schools: Lessons from the edge: Michael Gaffney
  • Michael Reiss, Yusef Waghid, Sue McNamara and Judith Chapman
  • Part 1 - The Educational, Historical, Social and Cultural Context of Faith-based Schooling: Section editor: Michael Reiss
  • 1 The impact of faith-based schools on lives and on society: Policy implications: Charles Glenn
  • 2 Values and values education: Challenges for faith schools: J. Mark Halstead
  • 3 Church of England schools: Into the third century: Janina Ainsworth
  • 4 Jewish schools and Britain: Emerging from the past, investing in the future: Helena Miller
  • 5 Faith related schools in the United States: The current reality: Joseph O’Keefe and Michael O’Connor
  • 6 Faith schools and religious diversity: The case of Muslim Schools: Farid Panjwani
  • 7 Belief and cultural sustainability: The experiences of Jewish and Muslim schools in the UK: Marie Parker-Jenkins
  • Background, directions and challenges in leadership, teaching and learning: Tom O’Donoghue and Simon Clarke
  • Between particularism and modernity: Zehavit Gross
  • 17 Religious values and/or human rights values? Curriculum making for an ethic of truths: Petro du Preez
  • 18 Capturing green curriculum spaces in the maktab: Implications for environmental teaching and learning: Najma Mohamed
  • 19 Towards a logic of dignity: Educating against gender-based violence: Juliana Claasens
  • 20 Islamisation and Muslim independent schools in South Africa: Suleman Dangor
  • 21 The nature, aims and values of Seventh-day Adventist Christian education: Philip Plaatjies
  • 22 The Gülen philosophy of education and its application in a South African school: Yasien Mohamed
  • 23 A teacher’s perspective on teaching and learning at a faith-based Muslim school in Cape Town: Omar Esau
  • 24 Muslim women and cosmopolitanism: Reconciling the fragments of identity, participation and belonging: Nuraan Davids
  • The importance of the meta-narrative: Sylvia Baker
  • 9 On the idea of non-confessional faith-based education: Michael Hand
  • 10 Faith schools in England- the humanist critique: Andrew Copson
  • 11 Shepherding and strength: Teaching evolution in American Christian schools: Lee Meadows
  • 12 Challenges faced by faith-based schools with special reference to the interplay between science and religion: Michael Poole
  • 13 Sex education and science education in faith- based schools: Michael Reiss
  • Part II - Conceptions: The Nature, Aims and Values of Education in Faith-based Schools: Section editor: Yusef Waghid
  • 14 Faith-based education and the notion of autonomy, common humanity and authenticity: In defense of a pedagogy of disruption: Yusef Waghid
  • 15 The hermeneutical competence: How to deal with faith issues in a pluralistic religious context: Gé Speelman