Secondary school teachers’ perspectives on teaching about topics that bridge science and religion

@article{Billingsley2014SecondaryST,
  title={Secondary school teachers’ perspectives on teaching about topics that bridge science and religion},
  author={B. Billingsley and F. Riga and K. Taber and H. Newdick},
  journal={Curriculum Journal},
  year={2014},
  volume={25},
  pages={372 - 395}
}
The question of where to locate teaching about the relationships between science and religion has produced a long-running debate. Currently, science and religious education (RE) are statutory subjects in England and are taught in secondary schools by different teachers. This paper reports on an interview study in which 16 teachers gave their perceptions of their roles and responsibilities when teaching topics that bridge science and religion and the extent to which they collaborated with… Expand
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