Curriculum Design in Religious Education – #balancedRE

What do we want young people to get out of religious education? Basically, the ability to hold balanced and informed conversations about religions and world views. OK, but what does that look like in reality? Well, like any area of study, religious education is multidisciplinary. There’s Theology, Philosophy and the Continue Reading

Babel & Socialism – Prophecy & Worship 2009

on today’s prophetic rewind try to build a tower go to heaven no it was what she did no it was what she there was a try I was listening to the sounds of their misunderstanding they were going while I am in trying why do they want go on Continue Reading

New Shores – a game for Democracy

Are you a teacher? Issues like democracy and climate change are very complex, are so technical. New Shores makes it so much easier to deal with them. Games are a great way to learn about democracy or any other topic because not only do you enjoy the game but you Continue Reading

Rise of Nationalism in Europe | MCQ | Class 10 | STD 10 | Enlight-CBSE – (Eng & Hindi Subtitles)

1. Which of the following artists depicted a world made up of democratic and social republics Carl Casper fritz Eugene Delacroix, Frederick Sorrieu Lorenz Clasen Answer- Frederick Sorrieu. 2. French revolutionaries sought to create a new nation sense of collective responsibility a republic Universal adult franchise. Answer – sense of Continue Reading

American Democracy Project: UCO Deliberates

>>NARRATOR: Hello, I’m Patti Loughlin, coordinator of the American Democracy Project at the University of Central Oklahoma. The American Democracy Project is a national initiative, and the goal of ADP is to cultivate and nurture informed and engaged citizens of our democracy. This spring we had the opportunity to try Continue Reading

Archdukes, Cynicism, and World War I: Crash Course World History #36

Hi, I’m John Green, this is Crash Course World History, and today we’re gonna talk about World War I. The so-called, Great War? World War I wasn’t the most destructive war, or the first total war, and it certainly wasn’t – despite its billing – the war to end all Continue Reading

Geography Now! Cambodia

Hey Geograpeeps! So this episode is gonna have some bad audio because I’m currently in my parent’s basement filming this, not at the youtube space and, eh, the microphone we typically use doesn’t fit into the audio jack in my camera. So, just bear with me, and we’re gonna basically Continue Reading

Class 01 Reading Marx’s Capital Vol I with David Harvey

» NEIL SMITH: Well, you’re in for a treat today. We’re going to be talking with David Harvey on the lectures that he’s been giving now for almost forty years, I think, on Capital. My name is Neil Smith. I teach in Anthropology and Geography at the City University of Continue Reading

Venice and the Ottoman Empire: Crash Course World History #19

Hi, I’m John Green, this is Crash Course World History and today we’re going to talk about a relationship. No, not you, college girlfriend. No, not that kind of relationship either. No. STAN, THIS IS A HISTORY CLASS. We’re gonna talk about the relationship between a city, Venice, and an Continue Reading

“Karl Marx” – Assassin’s Creed: Real History

Hi everyone, my name is Robius and today I’m here to present to you the tenth episode in the new iteration of Assassin’s Creed the Real History. In this series I review the depiction of characters in the Assassin’s Creed franchise and use that as a launching point to compare Continue Reading