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MMI has been engaged in a number of major projects and is planning work on a number more, if you would like to be involved in any of these projects please contact us.
REsilience: A major project across the UK looking at the teaching of contentious issues. MMI has been involved as a project partner delivering CPD to schools in the East Midlands region helping them to develop an understanding of the nature of contentious issues and the pedagogies to aid in teaching these with young people.
A webinar for RE: MMI is developing an on-line CPD course for Initial Teacher Education to support the use of technology in the classroom and developing an on-line forum and teaching space using Web 1.0 and 2.0 technologies for PGCE students.
On-line Collaboration: MMI is helping to develop a collaboration tool for the major professional RE groups in their on-line presences. This will include AREIAC, AULRE, NATRE, NASACRE and Shap. Working via the auspices of the Religious Education Council.

CPD for Initial Teacher Education: As part of a continuing project to enhance the skills and pedagogy of religious education MMI is involved in a number of ITE institutions to help students to embed the use of ICT in lesson planning, resource preparation, assessment and student achievement. An on-line learning tool is being developed to aid this.

The Science and Religion in Schools site: This major project €600,000 funded by the Templeton Project continues into its 5th year. MMI are providing IT and web support. Link.
Education Photos: This exciting new project is developing an on-line and CD-ROM photo resource for teachers in schools of all ages and in all subjects. Link.
Webquests for RE: A developing set of tools to enable effective use of the internet for teachers of RE, these self-contained units will offer RE teachers ways to get pupils using research tools which move them up the Bloom ladder of cognitive development - more coming soon
Powerpoints for RE: A developing tool to provide a range a quality teacher input for RE teachers to use on interactive whiteboards or video projectors - more coming soon
Multipath Narratives: Working in association with Terrence Copley MMI is developing his 'RE detective stories' into a web-based format for schools to use with KS2 - KS3 pupils - more coming soon
The Big Picture for RE : MMI is working with NATRE to develop an on-line resource to support teaching and learning in RE within the parameters of the QCDA "big picture". This includes video support and teaching support materials for assessment, planning and development.
The New Secondary Curriculum: MMI has provided support in the East Midlands and beyond on integrating the curriculum in the new secondary model. This has included the development of personal learning and thinking skills.
Heritage Trails: MMI is involved in the development of a website and support materials to help teachers take students on a 'religious or heritage trail'. You can see more about this at the following link

The use of resources: MMI is involved in the major investigation into the use of resource in the teaching of religions and in its contribution towards community cohesion. MMI is involved in the audit of resources and in the case studies of practice.

TeachandLearn.net: MMI provided Curriculum Advice to this major collaboration between the BBC and the Open University.
Teaching Tough Questions: MMI provided research skills for the development of this Templeton funded project for teaching in schools. More about this exciting new resource can be found on the RE Today website.
The BECTa ICT Advice site: As England's major gateway to ICT materials to support the curriculum the BECTa ICT advice is using MMI as consultancy to provide curriculum support and materials; as well as partaking in a research project on the use of ICT in RE. This is now in Phase V and MMI and Becta have been collaborating since 2003.
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