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  • Primary/Secondary Ed
The Digital Modules include innovative didactic tools such ascontent produced in a multimedia format and can be used in classroom activities, accompanied by a Handbook with didactical guidelines for teachers. There is alsoa tutorial on how to go through the Digital Modules. Every Digital Module is made up of 3 to 12 sections, each with a specific sub-topic. Each section has two visualizations. One for the student and one for the teacher.Student’s visualization features are the following:
  • Different resources (texts, images, audio, videos) each with a brief presentation.
  • Suggestions for the work in class (brainstorming questions, questions to guide the teacher’s exposition of that section’s sub-topic, source-related activities and so on).
Teacher’s visualization, on the other hand, provides all the information pertaining to that section’s sub topic and to the analysis of the featured resources. Moreover, teacher’s visualization features also a brief introduction to the Digital Module as a whole, a summary of contents and suggestion of didactical objectives.
Title Intercultural Education through Religious Studies
Date launched 2013
Duration Completed
01/12/2013 to 30/04/2016
Type of Resource Digital Resources
Purpose Primary/Secondary Education
Online or Blended OL
Learning objectives The IERS Project’s Digital Modules are educational tools meant to offer:
  • An introduction to the study of religions, its methodologies and disciplines.
  • An articulated overview of different religious traditions. Traditions that concur in building the cultural heritage of Europe ( Catholicism, Protestantism, Orthodox, Judaism, Islam) but also tradition belonging to the East and Far East (Buddhism, Hinduism, Daoism).
  • A focus on premodern, modern and contemporary issues linked to religions, touching social, ethical and human rights themes.
Target group The main targets of the Digital Modules are upper-intermediate school teachers of Humanities and Social Sciences (History, Philosophy, Sociology, Arts, Literature and, of course, Religion).
Evaluation results/ monitoring plan NA
Recognition or certification of learning NA
Financing and sustainability model Lifelong Learning Program European Commission
Leading Organization Universität Augsburg
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Digital Modules