Spiritualities, Religion and Meaning Stage 2
For a 10-credit subject, students study one or two big ideas.
For a 20-credit subject, students study two or three big ideas.
At Stage 2 students engage in reflective analysis in response to stimuli such as guest speakers, documentaries and excursions, contextualised by one of the six big ideas. They explore a concept or issue from a religious and/or spiritual perspective and collaborate with others to apply their learning.
The following six big ideas frame learning in this subject by inviting inquiry into religious and spiritual perspectives in context.
- Growth, belonging, and flourishing
- Community, justice and diversity
- Story, visions and futures
- Spiritualities. religions, and ultimate questions
- Life, the universe and integral ecology
- Evil and suffering
For general information about Stage 2 subjects, see Teaching Stage 2.
For workshops, PLATO courses, and Stage 2 assessment panels, see Professional learning.