Volume 9 | Issue 2 | 2021


This study summarizes the perceptions of secondary education students about the teaching of Religions today, being continued analysing the conclusions extracted from an extended field research, in which questionnaires were used in order to examine the pupils' relation with the value and objectives of Religion, as well as their relation with the course of Religious Affairs. As the research conclusions present in detail, the majority of those asked (82%) seems to believe in God, they declare to be satisfied from how the respective course is taught and considers the professor or teacher as responsible for proper learning, based on the latter's ability to share their knowledge.
This article views on contributing to the improvement of Religious Affairs course teaching level today, studying the way in which young people experience its type of teaching and the problems they face.

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