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Bullying and a response which relates to faith and practise

Discussion in 'Religious Education' started by durgamata, Mar 26, 2011.

  1. durgamata

    durgamata Occasional commenter

    Hmmmm....

    I have just added a file to the one called Changing Schools. I found it by looking at the source site for Changing Schools. It is the 'Mother Lode' if you like, a collection of anecdotes which I was writing in the 1990's related to teaching with a spiritual focus. The original version is called Spirituality At Work In School - and then I responded to some suggestions with part two - Sunshine and Shadow, Spirituality at Work in School.

    The Changing Schools account is what I wrote around 1995 and sets the scene for some anecdotes from my son's secondary school experience which became quite un-spiritual and difficult. I think it may be time to share this account and possibly even publish the whole book (assuming I can uncover part one.) But I really need feedback.

    Tough decisions because the story is so personal.
     

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