Religious and Moral Education Press hosts a Biblos Clinic in the Publishing Village. Teachers will be able to discuss Bible-related teaching with a writing team member. The Biblos Secondary Resources - developed by the Bible Society and the University of Exeter's Biblos Project - will be available. It includes a teacher's handbook and three pupils' books that explore the themes of vulnerability, encounters and destiny in the Bible.
Stand pv86 Discuss development Teachers in Development Education (TIDE) invites teachers to participate in its Teachers Talking Point feature, which discusses themes of citizenship, sustainable development, diversity and global dimensions at key stage 1.
Two new publications will be previewed: Whose Citizenship? A teacher's toolkit and Lessons in Sustainability. Those who participate in the forum will receive a copy of the TIDE publication Fat Felts and Sugar Paper: Activities for speaking and listening about issues.
Keeping the faiths
A new training video for all teachers on the practical ways that religious artefacts can be used in the classroom will be introduced by Articles of Faith. The 20-minute video is based on a workshop with teachers from primary, secondary and special needs schools. It addresses how to start building your own artefacts collection and some areas of religious sensitivity, including what to do before handling the Qur'an.