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Ann Clavin replied to Ann Clavin's discussion Wikispace: Flat classrooms and collaboration
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Sara Habibi replied to Dr. Thomas Michael Power's discussion anyone got a PowerPoint on Baha'i Marriage?
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FEATURED ITEM: BIC STATEMENT ON EDUCATION

Education and its minimum requirements

Education is seen by Baha'is as a continuous and creative process. Its aim is to develop the capacities latent in human nature and to coordinate their expression for the enrichment and progress of society. At certain moments in history, Baha'is believe, education may also act as a powerful instrument for profound societal transformation. Within this creative process, it is possible to achieve an essential harmony between faith and reason through an approach to education that encourages the free investigation of all reality and trains minds to recognize truth, irrespective of its origin. more...

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RESOURCES FOR TEACHERS OF RELIGIOUS STUDIES IN SCHOOLS

Web: http://www.bahai.org.uk/resources/resources-for-teachers

A resource page for public school teachers of religious studies prepared by the Baha'is of the United Kingdom. Lesson materials and leaflets for schools also provided at: http://www.breauk.org/

 
 
 

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