Integrating Faith and Science in South African Education
In May 2011 undergraduate student Conor Finnegan conducted interviews in Johannesburg, South Africa as part of an ongoing initiative of the Berkley Center for Religion, Peace, and World Affairs and the Center for Social Justice Research, Teaching and Service at Georgetown University. Finnegan...
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Education and Social Justice Project
In early 2010 two Georgetown University Centers – the Berkley Center for Religion, Peace, and World Affairs and the Center for Social Justice Research, Teaching and Service – created the Education and Social Justice Project to engage students and build knowledge about the deep connections between...
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AT THE CENTER
ALL INTERVIEWEES> Anthony Egan
> Paul Faller
> Alex Parkinson
> Raymond Perrier
> Leanne te Brake
> Merrill van der Walt
Paul Faller is the National Coordinator of Religious Education in Catholic Schools at the Catholic Institute of Education, in South Africa. Faller negotiates policy, develops curriculum and supplementary materials, trains teachers—and anything else in between that schools need. Although not a teacher by training, he has also worked in the classroom for a number of years in many different parts of the country, mostly in mathematics and religious education.
A Discussion with Paul Faller, National Coordinator of Religious Education in Catholic Schools, Catholic Institute of Education in South Africa
May 23, 2001
Background: As part of the Education and Global Social Justice Project, in May 2011, undergraduate student Conor Finegan interviewed Paul Faller, the National Coordinator of Religious Education in Catholic Schools, as the Catholic Institute of Education in South Africa. In this interview,...