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 learning Spanish were about giving, receiving and respect?
What if geography looked at the spiritual dimension of people and places?
What if maths raised questions about what we can measure?
What if there were moments of wonder in chemistry?
What if a literature class helped students to think about choices?
What if poetry made students think about anger and revenge?
What if religious education were about reason and faith working together?
What if studying advertising helped students think about contentment?
What if singing in unison were about humility and interdependence?
What if a grammar lesson were also about affirming each other?
What if a lesson on magnetism inspired wonder and curiosity?
What if a topic on heroes helped learners to see themselves realistically?
What if music made children think about where creativity came from?
What if design were about humility and thinking of others?
What if history were about making a difference?
What if maps helped students to think about what we value?
What if flawed people can make a difference?
What if looking at the local area helped children to see people as wholes?