Parallel Sessions

Session 1: Beyond Barbour

Parallel 1.1

Tom McLeish Beyond Barbour: A Theology of Science from ancient and modern thinkers

Mark Gilbert Being biographical: learning about science and religion by studying famous scientists

Tuomas Manninen Turning Barbour’s model Inside Out

Parallel Session 1.2

Nathan White The Mediated Nature of Knowledge: Paul Ricœur’s Philosophy of a Means of Teaching Students about Science and Religion

Emily Dumler-Winckler The Virtues of Reconceiving Religion and Science as Social Practice

Adrian Brown Using world-views as a pedagogical framework for clarifying issues in learning about issues in science and religion

Parallel Session 1.3

Dámaris Fuente et al Engaging students in science and faith at El Porvenir school in Madrid

Sally Riordan The values of Science and the Facts about religion

Monir Ahmed The Transcendent Mind of Science and Religion

Ben Trubody ‘About’ and ‘Of’ Languages: A New Way of Framing Religion and Science

Session 2: Beyond Bare Statistics

Parallel Session 2.1

Christian Hoegar Changes in the attitudes of German secondary school students on the origins of the world and of mankind from the ages of 12 to 14 and 16 (first results of a qualitative-empirical longitudinal study)

Mehdi Nassaji and Berry Billingsley Troubled souls: teenagers reasoning about apparent contraction between the sciences and the humanities on what it means to be human

João C. Paiva et al If not in evolution neither in the Bible, where does tension come from? Insights from a survey with high education students in a Catholic society

Parallel Session 2.2

Sharon Fraser “Yeah now that I’ve thought about it I’ll probably think about it more”

Christina Easton Truth in science and ‘truth’ in religion: An enquiry into student views on different types of truth-claim

Roger Abbott ‘Sciencing’ the Humanities and Humanising the Sciences

Parallel Session 2.3

Keith Chappell Nature vs nurture’: workshops for teenagers to critique scientific determinism and other perspectives on personality and behaviour

Jostein Sæther Three perspectives on the science – religion issue in the context of science education: Interdisciplinarity, value- or ideology orientation, and responsible personalization

Richard Cheetham Lies, Damned Lies, science and theology – Why everyone needs to know the truth about science and religion.

Session 3: Beyond Chalk and Talk

Parallel Session 3.1

Jennifer Brown Teaching Science and Religion in a Primary School RS Class

Matt Pritchard Wow! How? Now…

Lizzie Henderson The Faraday Institute for Science and Religion – Youth and Schools Outreach Programme: Engaging Young People in Positive, Interdisciplinary Exploration of Science and Religious Faith

Parallel Session 3.2

Kleio Akrivou and Jose Victor Oron Autonomous self and Inter-processual self: Two different backgrounds that explain how people “see” and live the relation– two ways of dialoguing between science and faith

Jack Hunter Ordinary theology in the RE classroom: How finding out what pupils believe can lead to better RE teaching

Matthew Bawden @QEGS_Drone: An Exploration of Character Development

Parallel Session 3.3

Werner Riess et al The seminar “Pupils’ conceptions of Evolution and Creation: Foundation and empirical results” for students at the University of Education at Freiburg/Germany

Stephanie Bryant Changing the narrative: exploring science and faith with secondary school students

Elisabetta Canetta Physics and Faith synergy: How to engage audiences of different ages, backgrounds and beliefs

Parallel Session 3.4

Siew Yap Australian Curriculum – Science as a Human Endeavour: a focus on socio-scientific issues, movies and values education

César Navarro A practical and missional model for science/religion in evangelical educational institutions in Latin America

Cara Daneel Wonders of the Living world: A resource to engage pupils in positive discussions about biology and religion