ERIC Number: ED532911
Record Type: Non-Journal
Publication Date: 2011-Nov-11
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Debates in Citizenship Education. The Debates in Subject Teaching Series
Arthur, James, Ed.; Cremin, Hilary, Ed.
Routledge, Taylor & Francis Group
What are the key issues in Citizenship Education today? "Debates in Citizenship Education" encourages student and practising teachers to engage with and reflect on some of the key topics, concepts and debates that they will have to address throughout their career. It places the specialist field of Citizenship Education in a wider context and aims to enable teachers to reach their own informed judgements and argue their points of view with deeper theoretical knowledge and understanding. Taking account of recent policy and controversies, expert contributors provide a balance of experience and perspectives and cover a wide range of classic and contemporary topics including: (1) Theoretical Perspectives on Citizenship Education; (2) International Comparative Perspectives on Citizenship Education; (3) Citizenship Education, Race and Community Cohesion; (4) Climate Change and Sustainable Citizenship Education; (5) ICT and Citizenship Education; (5) Ethics and Citizenship Education; and (6) Assessment of Citizenship Education. "Debates in Citizenship Education" is for all student teachers, and practising teachers engaged in CPD or interested in furthering their understanding of teaching in the subject area. Including carefully annotated further reading and reflective questions to help shape your own research and writing, this collection provides an introduction to recent critical thinking and contemporary debates within Citizenship Education. Contents of this book include: (1) A Brief History Of Citizenship Education In England And Wales (John Beck); (2) International Comparative Perspectives on Citizenship Education (David Kerr); (3) Theoretical Perspectives of Citizenship Education (Ian Davies); (4) Policy Context of Citizenship Education (Rob Hulme and Moira Hulme); (5) Schools and their Communities (Don Rowe); (6) Citizenship Education, Race and Community Cohesion (Alveena Malik); (7) The Civic Engagement of Young People From Socio-Economically Disadvantaged Communities (Carolynne Mason); (8) Citizenship, Inclusion, Gender and Young People (Hilary Cremin); (9) Sexualities and Citizenship Education (Max Biddulph); (10) Peacebuilding Dialogue as Democratic Education (Kathy Bickmore); (11) Climate Change and Sustainable Citizenship Education (Paul Warwick); (12) Assessment of Citizenship Education: Challenges and Opportunities (Tom Harrison); (13) Governing Citizenship Education (Hilary Cremin and Moira Faul); (14) ICT and Citizenship Education (Terry Haydn); (15) Values, Ethics and Citizenship Education (Mark Pike); (16) Where Now for Citizenship Education? (Andrew Peterson); and (17) Young people mobilizing the language of citizenship: struggles for classification and new meaning in an uncertain world (Jacqueline Kelly and Jo-Anne Dillabough).
Descriptors: Citizenship Education, Educational History, Foreign Countries, International Education, Comparative Education, Educational Theories, Educational Policy, School Community Relationship, Race, Group Unity, Citizen Participation, Economically Disadvantaged, Inclusion, Sex, Sexuality, Peace, Climate, Sustainability, Educational Assessment, Governance, Information Technology, Values, Ethics, Educational Trends, Futures (of Society), Classification
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Publication Type: Books; Collected Works - General
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Audience: Students; Teachers
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Identifiers - Location: United Kingdom (England); United Kingdom (Wales)