Save £125 on Islam Awareness Week CPD in Norwich

I am very pleased to announce  that private sponsors of the Islam Awareness Week 2015 programme at Ihsan Mosque has made it possible to make “Islam in RE: Religious Literacy & Controversy Through Enquiry” available to teachers at only £75.

As this full day course to RE/Humanities teachers is normally £200 per head, this means school saves £125 by booking for this Islam Awareness Week event.

This reduced price still includes a light lunch at the adjacent Ihsan Mosque, in-session refreshments and a 26+ page set of handouts. Please mail courses@werdelin.co.uk to book your place.

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UEA Islam in RE 2

Catch1Partner at the UEA pilot

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See invitation in pdf in your browser:

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“Thanks for next year’s lesson plan”

 – D. Clarke, RE coordinator at Wayland Academy, Thetford
Islam in RE, University of East Anglia, School of Education and Lifelong Learning, Norwich, June 26 2014 

Note that this replaces all previous offers for this event. The course will include a live demonstration of Charlie Hebdo lesson plan outlined in previous posts.

 

All events, please see: Islam Awareness Week 2015 programme in Norwich

 

I want to use more cooperative learning in school – want to start it – en masse – with lower school at the beginning of a year so it feeds upwards. Use some examples already, but this has reminded me of the importance of structure being properly in place for them to work effectively
 
Sarah Cobbold, RE teacher, Sct Benedict’s Catholic High School
Islam in RE, Norwich CPD, October 23, 2014
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