Part of what it is to be human is to make choices about the way we live, about how to behave and what is right and wrong. Religions, and non-religious belief systems such as humanism, offer guidance in the form of rules, commandments, precepts or moral codes.
This publication provides teachers with some active approaches to engage pupils in:
– exploring what religions and a non-religious belief system say about the best ways to live
– understanding moral decision-making
– exploring and reflecting on, applying and evaluating the insights of religious and non-religious ‘codes for living’.