Aim of Course
This one-day conference will provide an intensive and exciting programme for those with an interest in the teaching and learning of science and religion. It will suit teachers and trainee teachers of science and religious education in primary and secondary schools. Join us to share ideas; hear from lead-researchers; ask questions of an expert panel and to network over a buffet lunch (which is included within the fee). There will also be a presentation of the LASAR project initial findings. This is a three year project which is researching pupils’ perceptions of science and religion and which is also producing free resources for use in the classroom at www.faradayschools.com
Questions or comments can be emailed to Dr Berry Billingsley (LASAR project leader) at email@example.com or to Dr Keith Taber (LASAR project consultant) at firstname.lastname@example.org
Registration fee (which includes lunch): £20.00 (£10 for trainee teachers/students in higher education).
Please apply using the on-line application form. Once your application is acknowledged you will be able to pay the registration fee using the on-line system.
LASAR – Learning about science and religion www.faradayschools.com and www.lasarproject.com
Sponsored by The Faraday Institute for Science and Religion, St Edmund’s College, Cambridge.
Speakers (listed in alphabetical order) and topics
- Dr Berry Billingsley
- Pam Hanley
- Sir Colin Humphreys FRS : Can a scientist believe in miracles?
- Mary James : Chair
- Michael Reiss : How should creationism and intelligent design be dealt with in the classroom?
- Dr Tonie Stolberg : Teaching Religion and Science: Effective pedagogy and practical approaches for RE teachers
- Keith Taber
The Garden Room is on the ground floor of the Library Building which is located in the far left-hand corner as you enter the College grounds. The free buffet lunch is served there.
|10.05 am||Session One|
|10.20 am||Session Two|
|11.20 am||Coffee Break|
|11.40 am||Prof. Sir Colin Humphreys FRS: Can a Scientist Believe in Miracles?|
|12.20 pm||Session Three|
|1.45 pm||Prof. Michael Reiss: How should creationism and intelligent design be dealt with in the classroom?|
|2.30 pm||Pam Hanley: The student perspective on the inter-relationship of science and religion in school|
|3.00 pm||Tea Break|
|3.15 pm||Dr Tonie Stolberg: Teaching Religion and Science: Effective pedagogy and practical approaches for RE teachers|