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 teaching history could help students to love a place and its people?
What if electronic quizzes helped teachers to think about the purpose of learning?
What if history lessons taught that ‘saying sorry’ means ‘doing sorry’?
What if a science hoax convinced students that honesty is vital?
What if anxiety about tests could turn to thankfulness?
What if faith could be seen as involving living as well as believing?
What if population migration were about people's stories?
What if maths stimulated pupils to ask big questions?
What if a poem about ducks connected with God’s creativity?
What if a painting could give encouragement to persevere with hope?
What if a topic on ‘People who help us’ became ‘Serving the community'?
What if teaching history included people's spiritual legacy?
What if a modern language lesson could expand our understanding of love?
What if a lesson on atoms could put science in a broader perspective?
What if teaching percentages were about people’s lives?
What if revision classes taught students to share each other’s burdens?
What if a teacher’s posture in the classroom helped build respect?
What if baking helped Primary children to honour the elderly?