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Teachers from three schools reported on their approaches to integrating Catholic Social Teaching into particular Units during 2015.
Helen Bachmann and Rebecca Burke integrated the Dignity of the Human Person; Stewardship of Creation and Inclusiveness (Stolen Generation) with Year 6 in English, History and Visual Art.
Their Seminar presentation is available at Catholic Social Teaching Project
Their reflective written reports are available at:
Identity and Curriculum in Catholic Education: Integrating Catholic Social Teaching with Visual Arts Specialist lessons - Helen Bachmann, Holy Spirit Catholic School, Bray Park (PDF, 137KB)
Identity and Curriculum in Catholic Education: Catholic Social Teaching - Rebecca Burke (PDF, 86KB)
Integrating Catholic Social Teaching across the curriculum - Some overarching issues: Holy Spirit, Bray Park (PDF, 67KB)
Leanne Bridge integrated Stewardship of Creation with Year 3 in most learning areas, particularly Religion, Geography, English, Science and Mathematics.
Leanne’s Power Point presentation is available at Integrating Social Justice Teaching Handout (DOCX, 607KB)
Leanne’s more detailed account and her overall reflections are is available at:
Learning activities for integration of Catholic Social Teaching with Year 3 (PDF, 314KB)
Overall reflections in integration of Catholic Social Teaching with Year 3 (PDF, 86KB)
Jozef Friedmann, Paul Schaumberg, Andrew Skinner, Raechel Fletcher, and Reuben Pather integrated Stewardship of Creation in their Year 12 Biology Unit, Human Impact on Ecosystems.
Their Power Point presentation is available at: CST-Science Presentation (PPT, 8.8MB)
A more detailed report from St. Columban’s is available at:
Identity and Curriculum in Catholic Education: integration of Catholic Social Teaching (PDF, 118KB)
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