This chapter outlines the arrival of skills as a component in educational discourse on the British scene. It examines skills from a psychological perspective and mounts a critique of them that is philosophical as well as psychological. It concludes that skills discourse is often intellectually incoherent or inapplicable to Religious Education (RE).
Education | Religious Thought, Theology and Philosophy of Religion
Kay, W. K., (2007). Can ‘Skills’ Help Religious Education?Fielderhof, M., Thompson, P., & Torevell, D. (Eds), Inspiring Faith in Schools (pp.99-110). Surrey: Ashgate.
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Kay, William K., "Can ‘Skills’ Help Religious Education?" (2007). Theology. Paper 3.