Inclusive Religious Education

International Perspectives

Edited by: Bert Roebben, Katharina Kammeyer

To what extent is diversity perceived and recognized as a resource in contemporary religious education in schools and congregations? What happens with children and their teachers when classrooms shift into inclusive learning communities, where all are invited to learn from their abilities and vulnerabilities? This book offers theoretical and empirical insights into the complex domain of inclusive religious education. It brings together scholars working on the intersection of theological, educational, and disability studies. (Series: Dortmund Contributions to Theology and Religious Education / Dortmunder Beitrage zu Theologie und Religionspadagogik - Vol. 12) [Subject: Religious Studies, Education, Disability Studies]

256 pages

Publication Date: 7/23/2014
Format: Paper
ISBN: 9783643903556