Making it Real, Taking Learning Outside the Classroom

World Religions (RELN1000) uses experiential and place-based learning to deepen students learning about identity, difference and humanity. This research project built on the energy and enthusiasm of students who participated in the course on World Religions, asking: who are our students and what do they learn from the course? Findings highlighted that course added practical value to their learning through enabling a greater appreciation of diversity, heightening awareness and reflection on their own identities, and shaped their entrance into career pathways where diversity is part of everyday life. 

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