Below are examples matching your search criteria, if any. Please use the filters to the right of your screen to select the level and subject that are appropriate to your class.
Each example includes:
- A brief commentary explaining how it connects with a Christian understanding of faith, hope and love.
- A brief explanation of how it connects with the 'What If Learning' approach.
- Suggestions for how you could create more examples like it.
- Hints for digging deeper into some Christian ideas that might illuminate the example.
These examples are for teachers, how much of the information is shared with students will depend on the context.
What if PE helped students understand how they are made?
What if children were helped to think about the quality of different times in history?
What if art helped children to communicate important feelings, thoughts and beliefs?
What if students could learn respect through art?
What if design and technology brought delight to others?
What if an environmental unit reflected ‘Our world’ as ‘God’s world’?
What if Book Week were about gratitude and giving?
What if a grammar lesson challenged selfishness?
What if students could learn love and self-control through writing?
What if history could inspire students to love their city?
What if picking up litter brought words and actions into line?
What if maths created a community in which all could achieve?
What if a maths lesson helped students to think about giving?
What if cooking helped students to honour the elderly?
What if religious education helped students to respond respectfully to difference?
What if growing cress helped students see the interconnectedness of the world?
What if a lesson on class rules were about growing together?
What if a poem helped students to think about how they can change?