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Sir Llew Edwards Building 14, Room 115

Saint Lucia, QLD 4067

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Belief and Unbelief is a gateway course which covers philosophical, theological, psychological, and science-based arguments for and against belief in God. It is taught by Associate Professor Neil Pembroke, from the discipline of Studies in Religion, who has been teaching at UQ for 12 years. His teaching interests include Jung and Human Spirituality, Religion and Health, Mysticism, Psychology of Religion, and Religion and the Psychotherapies. Neil was Director of Teaching and Learning for the School of Historical and Philosophical Inquiry for 4 years, and during that time instigated a pilot program using the flipped classroom.

A/Professor Pembroke uses a flipped classroom approach from Week 4 on to teach this course and suggests that visitors should come between 9.30 and 10:50 for the opportunity to see Padlet and the flipped model in action.


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Sir Llew Edwards Building 14, Room 115

Saint Lucia, QLD 4067

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