Religiöse Bildung in der Migrationsgesellschaft. Der Thüringer Bildungsplan bis 18 Jahre in der pädagogischen Bewährungsprobe

The Thuringian General Curriculum for young people up to the age of 18 is the orienting framework for the educational work in all informal, non-formal and formal educational institutions in the state of Thuringia such as families, day care centers, schools, associations and religious communities. Fo...

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Published in:Theo-Web
Subtitles:Öffentliche Religionspädagogik jenseits kirchlicher Bildungsverantwortung
Main Author: Wermke, Michael 1958-
Format: Electronic Article
Language:German
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Published: [2016]
In: Theo-Web
Year: 2016, Volume: 15, Issue: 1, Pages: 86-100
RelBib Classification:AH Religious education
BJ Islam
CC Christianity and Non-Christian religion; Inter-religious relations
KBB German language area
RF Christian education; catechetics
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Summary:The Thuringian General Curriculum for young people up to the age of 18 is the orienting framework for the educational work in all informal, non-formal and formal educational institutions in the state of Thuringia such as families, day care centers, schools, associations and religious communities. For the first time in a Thuringian General Curriculum religious education has been established as an educational area of its own. The article investigates the potential of religious education with a focus on day care centers run by independent non-state institutions. The analysis especially considers the challenges by religious pluralization in our liberal-democratic society, not least aggravated by the current migration movement. The article concludes that comprehensive education without religious education remains incomplete and that nonreligious educational institutions, too, should make efforts to integrate it into their educational programs. (English)
ISSN:1863-0502
Contains:Enthalten in: Theo-Web