Fundamentals of Interreligious Education and Didactics from a Muslim-Christian Perspective
Edited By Zekirija Sejdini, Martina Kraml and Matthias Scharer
Religious and cultural diversity are increasingly visible today. At the same time, increased fear of the «other» has manifested, particularly of the Islamic religion. Islam today is considered a «problematic» religion. This attitude yields many challenges in universities and schools, particularly when it comes to religious education. The Institute for Islamic Theology and Religious Education and the Catholic Religious Education Department at the University of Innsbruck are addressing these challenges, having spearheaded a program of intensive cooperation in teacher education – including courses on pedagogy, religious didactics, internships, and evidence-based learning processes in schools and universities.
This research and teaching collaboration lacked an appropriate framework. This book provides a solid basis for interreligious pedagogy and didactics. Authentic interreligious cooperation begins by promoting intra- and inter-religious self-confidence and self-understanding. This required countless discussions among the authors, which yielded distinct viewpoints as well as commonalities. In this way the anthropological starting point for this book emerged and is expanded through a theological perspective on religious education and didactics. Various approaches and attitudes are developed and examined, including contingency sensibility, to support the competent planning, management, and evaluation of educational processes in pluralistic and heterogeneous fields.
Foreword by the Publishers of the Series
chapter 1Contexts We Move In
chapter 2Anthropology – Theology – Education: Our Agreed-upon Foundations
chapter 3Religious Pedagogy and Religious Didactics: How Do We Approach Them?
chapter 4Possibility-Sensitive Religious Pedagogy and Religious Didactics
chapter 5Possibility-Suitable Conceptualizations of Interreligious Educational Processes
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