Buddhism Teaching Resources

Buddhism Teaching Resources

Teach about Buddhism with a little help from Edinburgh Buddhist Studies

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Keep up to date with new resources, events and activities through this new Twitter account: Studying Buddhism in the UK @BuddhistEdu Linking RE/Religion & Worldview teachers/students to Buddhist communities in Britain and other resources – curated by @RomanaMeereis & @WEDossett

This blog contains resources supporting the teaching of Buddhism in schools. There are two parts: blog posts on specific resources, and three resource collections (see menu for links). This blog provides a growing selection of resources for school teachers and other educators working to communicate Buddhism in new and interesting ways. The resources are created […]

If you read the Scottish curriculum for the Buddhism portion of the National 5 / Higher qualification in RMPS (Religious, Moral and Philosophical Studies) you quickly notice something: all the terminology is in Pali. Pupils must learn about kamma, nibbana, the three marks of existence – anicca, anatta and dukkha…. This Pali terminology betrays a […]


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