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Report at ED:501

  1. 1. RELIGION, EDUCATION, and RELIGIOUS EDUCATION Reynante S. Tagum MAEd-GC
  2. 2. EDUCATIONEDUCATION RELIGIONRELIGION Morals/MoralitySecular/Secularism Religious Education Religion, Education and Religious Education
  3. 3. Education - mature life - improvement of human life - make us better people
  4. 4. Religion -belief concerning the supernatural, sacred, or divine; and the moral codes, practices, values, institutions and rituals associated with such belief.
  5. 5. Morals/Morality - concerned with the judgment of the goodness or badness of human action and character. - universal ethical principle
  6. 6. Secular - pertaining to worldly things or to things that are not regarded as religious, spiritual, or sacred.
  7. 7. Religious Education - Education is an essential part of religion. Religious education would be a special sort of education, like moral education, aesthetic education, and mathematical education.
  8. 8. Religious Education - To initiate a pupil into mathematics, science and history is to bring him into contact with the Divine Purpose as revealed in the world.
  9. 9. Religious Education - If to be educated involves initiation into all the forms of knowledge, then religion is one of those forms, 'education' requires its inclusion as a matter of necessity.
  10. 10. Religious Education The way of understanding – giving of information and improvement of understanding. Takes religion and its works as empirical matters and seeks to give an understanding of how they came to be as they are. Comparative religious studies both on intellectual and social grounds.
  11. 11. Religious Education The way of commitment – religious education aimed at securing commitment runs very close to indoctrination, the teaching of uncheckable propositions by authority.
  12. 12. Religious Education - The teacher could try to developed in the child a religious consciousness, by getting him/her to understand how life looked to, say the Hebrew prophets, to Jesus, to St. Francis, to Buddha or to Mohammed.
  13. 13. Religious Education - This would help to provide perspectives on the world which would be necessary before anyone could really be in a position to choose to commit him/herself, or not to any particular religion.
  14. 14. Religious Education - Ang lahat ng pag-aaral ay kailangan nakatuon sa ultimate purpose nito – ang makilala ang Diyos. (Molmisa, 2011)
  15. 15. Religious Education What we can learn from religion? -Ritualistic side of religion -Moralistic side of religion -Communal side of religion -Rich culture and traditions -Religious art -Oratory
  16. 16. Thank you!

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