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A Proposal: Catholic Education as ‘The Making of Disciples’

Mary T. Brien, Mary Immaculate College

A theologically based argument for non-confessional Religious Education in Catholic schools

Sean Whittle, St. Mary's University

Adult Theological Literacy – which models and for which stakeholders?

Ros Stuart-Buttle, Liverpool Hope University, UK

An ecological approach to Catholic school reviews: Going beyond verification and accountability to achieve real school improvement

Christopher Branson, Australian Catholic University
Maureen Joan Marra Dr

An investigation into the effectiveness of the SALT Approach for teaching Religious Education in a Catholic Primary School

ANNE-MARIE T. IRWIN, The University of Notre Dame Australia

Apology for the reasonableness of Catholic religious education

Tom Finegan

Collaboratively Improving the Instructional Core: Examining the Implementation of Lesson Study Across a System of K-12 Catholic Schools

Melodie Wyttenbach, Boston College
Angela Mitchell Loretto Primary School

Compassion, Care, and Responsibility: A Religious Education Triumvirate?

Mary Shanahan

Digital Storytelling as a Tool for Formative Education at St. Columbkille Partnership School

Deoksoon Kim, Boston College

Educational Leadership in the Josephite Tradition : An approach to integrating Catholic Social Justice Principles in leading Mission in a liminal time in Church and Society.

Catherine Mead

Evaluating the trajectory of Catholic school religious education

GRAHAM ROSSITER

Exploring Social Justice through Service Learning in a Western Australian Catholic Secondary School: GRACE in action

Linda Cranley, University of Notre Dame Australia
Gregory Hine Dr, The University of Notre Dame Australia

Forming Catholic School Leaders as 'Missionary Disciples': An Irish Perspective

Eugene Duffy, Mary Immaculate College

Interbelief dialogue and Catholic Education

Patricia Kieran, Mary Immaculate College

Into the deep: A case study of an innovative Religious Education curriculum

William Sultmann, Australian Catholic University
Christopher Branson, Australian Catholic University

Investigating Teaching and Assessment Practices in Religious Education: Perceptions of Teachers and Leaders in Catholic schools in Western Australia.

Jacinta E. Petersen Dr., University of Notre Dame Australia
Antonella Poncini Dr., Catholic Education Western Australia

Mapping the field: Mindfulness and ethos in the Irish Catholic primary school

Thomas Carroll

Mentoring and Forming Leaders and Teachers using the Borromeo's Mentoring Framework (BMF)

John Topliss Dr., Catholic Institute of Western Australia

Research Insights: Teaching and Assessment Practices in Religious Education

Antonella Poncini

Resisting the Resilience Industry: Rediscovering Christian Hope in a Troubled World

Eamonn Conway
Kerry Greer, Mary Immaculate College

The Experiences that Form and Sustain Generation Y Religious Education Coordinators

Dirk Gleghorn

The Meaning of Christian Faith in the Lives of a Cohort of Principals of Catholic Primary Schools in the Republic of Ireland

Máire Campbell McDonald, MIC

The Question of Truth and Religious Education: Towards the Facilitation of 'Truth-events' in RE in a Pluralist Context

David Kennedy

The Relationship Between Catholic Education and Wellbeing

Amalee Meehan

The Voice of Children on Religion and Religious Education in an Irish Catholic Primary School Classroom

Maurice Harmon

Unpacking Leadership Formation Practices and Policies for US Catholic Schools

Andrew Miller

We love because he first loved us: Catholic, pre-service, early childhood teachers' perspectives on the relationship between their faith and their positionality within the contemporary international debate on pedagogical love in early childhood education.

Dee O'Connor, The University of Notre Dame, Australia
Christine Robinson, The University of Notre Dame Australia
Linda Cranley, University of Notre Dame Australia

Withstanding the Goading of Temptation or Not? An Inter-textual Study of Pride and Envy in Genesis Chapter 3:1-19 and Shakespeare's Othello: Implications for Interdisciplinary Co-operation in Catholic Education

David Torevell, Leeds Trinity University