Webinars for AULRE 2020
I gave my first two webinars for the Association of University Lecturers in Religion and Education (www.aulre.org) 2020 virtual meeting, on Thursday 14th and Friday 15th May last week. It ran on two afternoons with around 60 delegates logging in for two seminars, one from me on the Texts and Teachers project and the other from Paul Hopkins on Learning Technologies. Great to see so many colleagues from the world of RE and also lots of teachers joining the seminar. You can watch a prerecorded version of my seminars here and here and the actual full seminar with additional inputs below. It is a curious thing to be talking a full paper giving setting, on your own in a small room in our house though reassuring to see all the chat and questions from the attendees.