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|Title:||Religion, religious practices in Neolithic Malta|
|Other Titles:||Faraday Course Malta 2018|
|Keywords:||Religion -- Malta -- History|
Neolithic period -- Malta
Protohistory -- Malta
Religion -- Philosophy
|Publisher:||Faraday Institute for Science and Religion [Cambridge, UK] & the University of Malta|
|Citation:||Ventura, F. (2018). Religion, religious practices in Neolithic Malta. Faraday Course Malta 2018. Faraday Institute for Science and Religion [Cambridge, UK] & the University of Malta.|
|Abstract:||Talk by Prof Frank Ventura, during the first Faraday Course Malta on the 5th and 8th April 2018.|
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|Description:||Prof Frank Ventura lectured on science education and was appointed head of the Department of Mathematics, Science and Technical Education in the Faculty of Education at the University of Malta when the department was first instituted in 1989. He is currently the chairman of the MATSEC Examinations Board, which is responsible for national examinations at the end of compulsory education and pre-university levels in Malta, and a member of other education boards. Professor Ventura developed an interest in astronomy and the history of astronomy from a young age and published several papers and articles especially on the archaeoastronomy of the Maltese Neolithic temples, and L-Astronomija f’Malta. In 2016, he co-edited The Materiality of the Sky published by the Sophia Centre Press, University of Wales Trinity St David. In the field of education, Ventura has published articles on science education, environmental education, and educational assessment in local and international journals.|
|Appears in Collections:||Faraday Course Malta 2018 - Science and Religion : two views or two realities?|
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