Πέμπτη, 26 Μαΐου 2011

Educational Research

Educational Research

Vol. 53, n°2, mai 2011

Intercultural, Citizenship and Human Rights Education: The Challenges of Implementation for Policy, Practice and Research



Intercultural, citizenship and human rights education: the challenges of implementation for policy, practice and research, David Kerr, Avril Keating
Leaving it to the schools: ctizenship, diversity and human rights education in the Netherlands, Jeroen Bron, Annette Thijs
Moving the borders: multiculturalism and global citizenship in the German social studies classroom, Debora Hinderliter Ortloff
Multiculturalism and human rights in civic education: the case of British Columbia, Canada, Patricia Bromley
Citizenship, nationalism, human rights and democracy: a tangling of terms in the Kuwaiti curriculum, Rania Al-Nakib
Developing ethical and democratic citizens in a post-colonial context: citizenship education in Kenya, Paul Wainaina, Madeleine Arnot, Fatuma Chege
Children's human rights education as a counter to social disadvantage: a case study from England, Katherine Covell, R. Brian Howe, Jillian Polegato
Teaching to transform, transforming to teach: exploring the role of teachers in human rights education in India, Monisha Bajaj
Tracing the trends and transitions in young people's citizenship practices: what are the implications for researching citizenship and citizenship education?, Avril Keating, Tom Benton, David Kerr

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