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 making pie charts were connected to giving?
What if Primary modern foreign languages encouraged good relationships?
What if teaching percentages made students aware of injustice?
What if learning about flowers led to wonder?
What if Bible stories encouraged curiosity and engagement?
What if Primary football taught fairness and respect?
What if competitive sports developed restraint?
What if studying plot explored our ability to choose?
What if studying a novel included looking at faith journeys?
What if science raised big issues about faith and values?
What if teaching were fuelled by gratitude?
What if failures were seen as opportunities to serve?
What if you planned a history unit around justice, mercy and humility?
What if perseverance were acknowledged, not just perfection?
What if history were about different types of riches and poverty?
What if a literacy lesson were about words as gifts?
What if success in maths depended on forgiveness?
What if students learnt about serving through studying transport?