This section provides links to research and projects specifically related to academic research on teaching and learning in Religious Studies. This section includes undergraduate research.
- Diskus Teaching and Learning Special Edition (Volume 14: 2013)
- Undergraduate research
- The ‘Products of Student Learning’ panel BASR Annual Conference 2014 (to be added)
- Wabash/Teaching Theology and Religion
- AAR RS News: Spotlight on Teaching
Legacy resources from PRS LTSN Journal and Discourse
- Sophie Gilliat-Ray. Breaking Down the Classroom Walls: Innovative Teaching and Learning Methods in Religious Studies and Theology. PRS-LTSN Journal, Vol. 2, No. 2, Winter 2003, pp. 200-210 [Available online].
- Philip Tonner. Making Connections: Communication, Constructivism and Formative Assessment. Discourse, Vol 8, No 2, Spring 2009, pp. 173-186 [Available online].
- Konstantinos Athanasopoulos. e-Learning Innovations and Innovative Practice. Discourse, Vol. 7, No. 2, Spring 2008, pp. 221-234 [Available online].
- John I’Anson and Alison Jasper. New Lines of Flight? Negotiating Religions and Cultures in Gendered Educational Spaces. Discourse, Vol. 5, No. 2, Spring 2006, pp. 75-98 [Available online].
- James Nelson. Minding the Gap: Employing Formative Assessment Techniques. Discourse, Vol. 7, No. 1, Autumn 2007, pp. 179-190 [Available online].
- Alison Le Cornu and Angie Pears. Reusable Electronic Learning Objects for Theology and Religious Studies. Discourse, Vol. 6, No. 2, Spring 2007, pp. 143-158 [Available online].
- Richard Noake and Sue Yore. Developing Creativity in the Theology and Religious Studies Curriculum. Discourse, Vol. 9, No. 2, Spring 2010, pp. 113–147 [Available online].
See also other legacy resources from PRS-LTSN and Discourse.