Resources and Reflections for Teachers

As our teachers, scholars, and staff innovate, experiment, and pioneer new modes of teaching about religion, we also make space to reflect upon these experiences and this work. This page is meant to be a resource for all teachers in Baltimore and beyond on the challenges, opportunities, and new frontiers of teaching interreligiously.

March 4, 2019

Bringing Religious Difference Into the Classroom

The following is a guest post by Peter Lomuscio, a Digital Harbor High School Social Studies Teacher and a 2018–19 ICJS Teaching Fellow.   Religion has always played a huge […]
February 19, 2019

Embracing Theological Messiness

The following is a guest post by Chase de Saint-Félix, Chair of Theology at Cristo Rey Jesuit High School, Adjunct Instructor of Philosophy and Religion at American University, and a […]
February 5, 2019

Kindness to Neighbors

The following is a guest post by Jason Mabee, Social Studies Teacher at Forest Park High School and a 2018–19 ICJS Teaching Fellow. My participation in the ICJS Teaching Fellowship has […]
January 22, 2019

Contemplative Practices in the English Classroom

The following is a guest post by Helen Berkeley, English Teacher, Chair of the English Department at Friends School of Baltimore, and a 2018–19 ICJS Teaching Fellow. My excitement over […]
January 7, 2019

Prayer For Our Country

The following is a guest post by Neil Rubin, teacher of Jewish history at Beth T’Filoh Dahan Community School and a 2018–19 ICJS Teaching Fellow. I want to share what […]