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  • Biblos in New Zealand 

    Copley, Terence; Freathy, R.J.K.; Walshe, Karen; Baker, Hannah (University of Exeter, 2006)
    When we completed Phase Three of the Biblos Project we had clearly established that how young people perceive biblical narrative relates to their cultural situation: home and family; faith community (if any); school ...
  • Correlates of Physical Activity in a Cypriot Sample of Sixth-Grade Children 

    Constantinos, Loucaides; Chedzoy, Susan M.; Bennett, Neville; Walshe, Karen (Human Kinetics, 2004-02)
    This study examined the association between self-reported physical activity and a number of potential correlates in a sample of 256 Grade 6 children. Physical activity was assessed in both summer and winter, and children ...
  • Creating metacognitive environments in primary school RE classrooms 

    Larkin, Shirley; Freathy, R.J.K.; Walshe, Karen; Doney, Jonathan (Taylor and Francis, 2014)
    Recent reports on Religious Education (RE) in England and Wales highlight the need for guidance on pedagogy and learning. The RE-flect project addressed this by promoting the creation of metacognitively oriented learning ...
  • On the Side of the Angels, the Third Report of the Biblos Project 

    Freathy, R.J.K.; Lane, Sarah; Walshe, Karen; Copley, Claire; Copley, Terence (School of Education and Lifelong Learning, University of Exeter, 2004)
    In the third phase of the Biblos project we wanted to get closer to the problems of the Bible in our culture. How can we be sure what young people think about it? Here we used questionnaires and interviews with students ...
  • The RE-searchers: A New Approach to Religious Education in primary schools 

    Freathy, R.J.K.; Freathy, Giles; Doney, Jonathan; Walshe, Karen; Teece, Geoff (University of Exeter, 2015)
  • The Second Report of the Research Project ‘Teaching about Jesus in RE’ 

    Copley, Terence; Freathy, R.J.K.; Jones, Susan; Walshe, Karen; Allen, Gillian (University of Exeter, 2006)
    The principal intention of the current project was to build on the findings of our earlier work which established both that children had adequate knowledge about the figure of Jesus, but also that they faced significant ...
  • Teaching Biblical Narrative: A summary of the main findings of the Biblos Project, 1996-2004 

    Copley, Terence; Freathy, R.J.K.; Walshe, Karen (School of Education and Lifelong Learning, University of Exeter, 2004)
    Biblos was a research project into teaching biblical narrative. It was based at the School of Education and Lifelong Learning (SELL) at the University of Exeter and led by Professor Terence Copley ( ...
  • Understanding 'understanding' in Religious Education 

    Walshe, Karen; Teece, Geoffrey (Taylor and Francis, 2013-05-14)
    This paper takes as its starting point, one of the explicit aims of religious education in England, namely, the development of students’ religious understanding. It shows how curriculum documentation, whilst stating that ...
  • An extension to the 3rd report of the Biblos Project 

    Freathy, R.J.K.; Lane, Sarah; Savini, Heather; Walshe, Karen; Copley, Terence (University of Exeter, 2006)