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Stevick, E. Doyle – Intercultural Education, 2020
Widespread misinformation and disinformation in society, accelerated by communications technology and social media, constitute an assault on truth itself. To prepare students to navigate this treacherous new terrain, schools can strive to build a culture of evidence. Students and citizens in a culture of evidence share a commitment to truth, are…
Descriptors: Ethics, Evidence, Culture, Inquiry
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Stevick, E. Doyle – Intercultural Education, 2017
Why is there so much confusion and conflict around common identity labels, a problem that extends well beyond any stereotypes that they may evoke? How do we escape the seeming paradox that we reject racism but still speak frequently of black and white? Who claims the power to determine or name others' identities? The confusion and conflict about…
Descriptors: Self Concept, Cultural Awareness, Power Structure, Conflict
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Stevick, E. Doyle; Brown, Kara D. – Intercultural Education, 2016
Most schooling disproportionately emphasises national affairs at the expense of more global and local phenomena. Students' resulting nation bias can be resituated both internationally and more locally by integrating internationalisation policies with place-based education approaches, which help to illuminate these different levels and,…
Descriptors: Schools of Education, Global Approach, Place Based Education, Preservice Teacher Education
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Stevick, E. Doyle; Michaels, Deborah L. – Intercultural Education, 2013
A scenario of Holocaust education gone awry, which was constructed from a real event in one author's experience, and a 2010 critique of Holocaust education by former U.N. Secretary General Kofi Annan, are used to explore key issues and dilemmas for Holocaust education. The authors argue that we should pursue clarity about the empirical and moral…
Descriptors: Emotional Experience, Death, Teaching Methods, European History