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Saturday, November 2 • 11:15am - 12:30pm
Breakout 3.07: Philosophy and Dialogue in Religious Education

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Teaching Elementary School Students Tolerance in Pluralistic Society: Indonesian case
Julia Suleeman (Faculty of Psychology Universitas Indonesia)

Research Interest Group. [Paper] This paper is about the curriculum of character development for elementary school students in one Christian school in Klaten, Central Java province of Indonesia. The students learn about the importance of living in a pluralistic society and applying tolerance toward anyone, regardless of their religion and ethnic. To serve this purpose, a general theme of love was chosen that was reflected in loving God, loving oneself, loving others, and loving the enviroment. From here, nine characters were chosen and used to be developed in each grade.

A Dialogical Cultural Approach to the Controversy between Israeli Traditionalists and Liberals
Marc Silverman (Hebrew University)

Research Interest Group. [Paper] Israel’s traditionalists’ claim: Israeli Jews are not ‘Jewish enough’, and Israel’s liberals’ claim: The former are ‘too Jewish’ comprise one of Israel's most divisive issues. A constructivist analysis of their cultural assumptions discloses they hold inflated cultural self-images and devalue each other’s culture. Using a dialogical-cultural paradigm, the paper proposes that traditionalists respect the liberals’ search for human fullness in Jewish political nationalism, and that liberals respect the traditionalists' sense of the decisive importance of historical memory in human culture.



Keywords: consciousness., dialogical discourse;, dialogue, essentialism;, hope, jiddu krishnamurti, monologist discourse;, multiculturalism;, paul, pedagogy, philosophy, seneca, serviceable other, social constructivism;, unconditioned mind.



Moderators
avatar for Deborah Court

Deborah Court

Associate Professor, Bar-Ilan University
Deborah Court is a retired associate professor in the School of Education at Bar-Ilan University in Israel. Her research centers on school culture, religious education, interfaith and intercultural education, the nature of teachers' knowledge, and qualitative research methodologies... Read More →

Speakers
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Marc Robert Silverman

Senior Lecturer (retired), Hebrew University, Dept. of Education
Born in 1946, in Bronx, NYC (0- 4 yrs old); bred in Dallas, Texas (6-17.5 yrs old), learning and teaching in Jerusalem over the past 45 years (since 1969). Am married for forty-three years to Orna. She is a Sabra – native-born Israeli. Presently retired , she was a master teacher... Read More →
avatar for Julia Suleeman

Julia Suleeman

Associate Professor, Faculty of Psychology Universitas Indonesia
Teaching research methods, psychology of learning, test construction. Research interests in character education, development of selfhood, higher processes in learning, psychology education


Saturday November 2, 2019 11:15am - 12:30pm EDT
MacDonald A
  Breakout, Research Interest Group

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