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Humanistic ideas in primary education

Discussion in 'Physical education' started by MaryAnnPape, Jun 20, 2011.

  1. <font size="3">Hello there,</font> <font face="Calibri">Nice to meet so many teachers in the UK. I'm from Holland, and I'm in the final year of teacher training, so I'm busy with my thesis research. My research is about the position of religion and/or other humanistic or educational ideas in the curriculum of primary education in several countries in the European Union. </font> <font face="Calibri">I am specially looking for people who work or have worked in primary schools in the UK. People who are still studying, are also welcome. It involves completing a very short survey where you can give your opinion how certain aspects within the school where you work (or worked). Join via this link: www.thesistools.com/web/?id=204741</font> <font face="Calibri">I would love to take your response into my research. </font><font size="3">Thank you so much!</font>
     
  2. <font size="3">Hello there,</font> <font face="Calibri">Nice to meet so many teachers in the UK. I'm from Holland, and I'm in the final year of teacher training, so I'm busy with my thesis research. My research is about the position of religion and/or other humanistic or educational ideas in the curriculum of primary education in several countries in the European Union. </font> <font face="Calibri">I am specially looking for people who work or have worked in primary schools in the UK. People who are still studying, are also welcome. It involves completing a very short survey where you can give your opinion how certain aspects within the school where you work (or worked). Join via this link: www.thesistools.com/web/?id=204741</font> <font face="Calibri">I would love to take your response into my research. </font><font size="3">Thank you so much!</font>
     

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