CTL7041Y: Curriculum and Teaching in Religious Education (Catholic Schools) – Intermediate/Senior

Credit Value

Intended to prepare teachers of Religious Education in Catholic secondary schools, the focus of the course is the discipline of Religious Education rather than religious doctrine. This course examines contemporary theories and issues of pedagogy, analyzes present guidelines and support materials, and addresses teaching models and assessment practices relevant to the field of Religious Education. It asks students to present research-based findings from explorations of theorists, strategies, and resources in the discipline of Religious Education. In particular, graduates from this program will have a strong sense of how Catholic Social Teachings can animate the Religious Education curriculum.

Students must have six full-year university courses in Theology or Religious Studies if selected as the first-choice teaching subject, or three full-year university courses if selected as the second-choice teaching subject.
Graduate Department
Curriculum, Teaching and Learning