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  • SRE Teachers - Resources
    culture and practice Daily practices Rituals in Buddhism Vesak and other festivals Buddhism and Australian society The Sangha What is Buddhism Qualities and characteristics of Buddhism Becoming a Buddhist Being born a Buddhist Triple Gem and Refuge Three jewels Triple Gem Is it religion or philosophy or something else Buddhism and science Living life well The importance of our human life Karma Precepts Protecting our bodies and minds Right livelihood

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  • SRE Teachers - Resources
    history Buddhist History The spread of Buddhism Buddhism in different countries Buddhist culture and practice Daily practices Rituals in Buddhism Vesak and other festivals Buddhism and Australian society The Sangha What is Buddhism Qualities and characteristics of Buddhism Becoming a Buddhist Being born a Buddhist Triple Gem and Refuge Three jewels Triple Gem Is it religion or philosophy or something else Buddhism and science Living life well The importance of

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  • SRE Teachers - Resources
    History The spread of Buddhism Buddhism in different countries Buddhist culture and practice Daily practices Rituals in Buddhism Vesak and other festivals Buddhism and Australian society The Sangha What is Buddhism Qualities and characteristics of Buddhism Becoming a Buddhist Being born a Buddhist Triple Gem and Refuge Three jewels Triple Gem Is it religion or philosophy or something else Buddhism and science Living life well The importance of our human

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  • SRE Teachers - Resources
    Daily practices Rituals in Buddhism Vesak and other festivals Buddhism and Australian society The Sangha What is Buddhism Qualities and characteristics of Buddhism Becoming a Buddhist Being born a Buddhist Triple Gem and Refuge Three jewels Triple Gem Is it religion or philosophy or something else Buddhism and science Living life well The importance of our human life Karma Precepts Protecting our bodies and minds Right livelihood The purpose of

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  • SRE Teachers - Guidelines
    This policy is set to meet the guidelines under that legislation and to ensure that Buddhist education in primary schools is of the highest standard SELECTION In order to become an SRE teacher applicants must Complete a Prohibitive Employment Declaration Form Submit a letter of reference from a member of the sangha or appropriate person who certifies that the applicant is a practicing Buddhist Sign acceptance of the Volunteer Charter Agree to the conditions outlined in the Guidelines section of the BC website Attend an Introduction Workshop for new teachers conducted by the BC Participate in a mentoring programme overseen by members of the Education team negotiable SCHOOL PLACEMENT The Education team will liaise with new teachers in making a school assignment which is suitable to the requirements of all parties The teacher will be issued with a letter of authority and or a card which is to be carried at all times while the teacher is at the school in an SRE teacher capacity ONGOING The BC holds several in service workshops per year Each teacher is expected to attend at least one of these workshops Out of pocket expenses incurred by teachers may be eligible for reimbursement claims should be submitted to the SRE Coordinator Applying to become a Teacher If you are interested in becomming a SRE teacher please Contact Us You will also need to fill out the following forms and return them to us Volunteer Charter DOWNLOAD HERE Volunteer Declaration DOWNLOAD HERE Referal Letter DOWNLOAD HERE Guiding Principles To provide Buddhist SRE teachers some guidance in their approach to teaching Dharma to children the Buddhist Council uses the authority of the Buddha s own teaching Anguttara Nikaya V 159 Gradual Teachers should use a logical and step by step approach taking account of the current level of understanding of the children Showing Causality Teaching the reality of cause and effect can help any age group to understand the basics of the Buddha s teachings Compassion Teaching Dharma can help young people to lead a better life and can help them to overcome suffering Not for Financial Gain Dharma should not be taught for personal financial gain This does not preclude teachers being compensated by the Buddhist council for out of pocket expenses Without Disparaging Dharma should be taught without disparaging oneself or others This means showing respect to all Buddhist traditions and even to other faith traditions Meditation Meditation is a fundamental practice of Buddhism In particular it can be beneficial to young people Notwithstanding the importance of meditation practice and it benefits there will always be some risk however small that a child may during meditation experience something unpleasant As the organisation responsible for how Buddhist SRE is conducted the Buddhist Council must make a judgement on the use of meditation in the SRE class There are many forms of meditation taught by qualified meditation teachers to adults The guidance we give must therefore be applicable to all SRE teachers regardless of how experienced

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  • SRE Teachers - Teaching Materials
    of Buddhism Buddhism in different countries Buddhist culture and practice Daily practices Rituals in Buddhism Vesak and other festivals Buddhism and Australian society The Sangha What is Buddhism Qualities and characteristics of Buddhism Becoming a Buddhist Being born a Buddhist Triple Gem and Refuge Three jewels Triple Gem Is it religion or philosophy or something else Buddhism and science Living life well The importance of our human life Karma Precepts

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  • SRE Teachers - Teaching Materials
    Nature Cause and Effect Change Interdependence Rebirth 4 noble truths Buddhist history Buddhist History The spread of Buddhism Buddhism in different countries Buddhist culture and practice Daily practices Rituals in Buddhism Vesak and other festivals Buddhism and Australian society The Sangha What is Buddhism Qualities and characteristics of Buddhism Becoming a Buddhist Being born a Buddhist Triple Gem and Refuge Three jewels Triple Gem Is it religion or philosophy or

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  • Printing Teaching Materials
    Members Only In order to view the Teaching Materials you must be logged on using a verified account

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