5 edition of Building rationales for citizenship education found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographies and index.
|Statement||James P. Shaver, editor.|
|Series||Bulletin - National Council for the Social Studies ; 52, Bulletin (National Council for the Social Studies) ;, 52.|
|Contributions||Shaver, James P.|
|LC Classifications||H62.5.U5 B84|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||ix, 118 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||118|
|LC Control Number||77088480|
Citizenship education has recently re-emerged as an important issue, both in policy and in practice. As the nation state undergoes rapid transformation at the end of the 20th century, both Eastern and Western states have focused attention on using the school curriculum as a medium for sustaining cohesion and unity within society. The idea that social studies teachers should develop comprehensive rationales for their work as citizenship educators can be traced back to Shaver's () edited bulletin for the National Council for the Social Studies (NCSS), Building Rationales for Citizenship Education.
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Rationale The Melbourne Declaration of Educational Goals for Young Australians, issued by all Australian Ministers for Education on 5 December , includes a commitment to supporting young Australians to become active and informed citizens. Civics and citizenship education in schools helps to ensure that all young Australians can. Resourcing Citizenship Education 32 Recommendations for the terms of reference and the composition of the standing Commission on Citizenship Education 33 PART THREE: SPELLING IT OUT 6 Framework for Citizenship Education: learning outcomes 35 Rationale 35 Guiding principles 35 Contents 1.
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: Building Rationales for Citizenship Education (Bulletin - Building rationales for citizenship education book Council for the Social Studies ; 52) (): James P.
Shaver: Books. Building Rationales for Citizenship Education Building Rationales for Citizenship Education, James P. Shaver Issue 52 of Bulletin (National Council for the Social Studies) Issue 52 of Bulletin Series: Editor: James P. Shaver: Publisher: National Council for the Social Studies, Original from: the University of Michigan: Digitized: May 4.
Foreword / Howard Mehlinger --Preface / James P. Shaver --Building a rationale for civic education / Fred M. Newmann --Human consciousness, social criticism, and civic education / Harold Berlak --Learning and earning citizenship through participation / Dan Conrad and Diane Hedin --Citizenship education and the slow learner / Charles K.
Curtis. Chapter five returns to the subject of the importance and legitimacy of educators creating a rationale for citizenship education. The major objective of this chapter is to clarify the dimensions of the problem so that social studies programs will be more responsive to the needs of a democratic society and more beneficial to the young people who inhabit it.
Bulletin: Building Rationales for Citizenship Education No. 52 (, Paperback). Full text of "ERIC ED Building Rationales for Citizenship Education.
Bulletin " See other formats. Apart from providing the military with ﬁt young men, the main rationale for education in Greek times was to educate the populace for citizenship, i.e.
so that they, the people, could show involvement in public affairs (Van Dalen and Bennett ). Nearer the present day, John Dewey’s () work showed a more philosophical approach.
Citizenship Education and Building of a Strong Nation-State Singapore’s ethnic composition has had a significant effect on the di rection and process of nation building.
Facing Value Decisions: Rationale-Building for Teachers James P. Shaver, William S. Strong Teachers College Press, Jan 1, - Moral education - pages. The paper seeks to examine the rationale for citizenship education in teacher education colleges, its challenges and prospects from the perspectives of the implementers of the curriculum.
Citizenship education gives people the knowledge and skills to understand, challenge and engage with democratic society including politics, the media, civil society, the economy and the law.
Democracies need active, informed and responsible citizens - citizens who are willing and able to take responsibility for themselves and their communities.
This book examines issues surrounding the nation-building processes, and identity and citizenship education in the global culture, from various perspectives.
Globally, there are increasing arguments both for the democratisation of education and for the use of education to promote a democratic society, based on equality, and social cturer: Springer. So far we have looked at the theory and practice of citizenship and citizenship education.
However, educational policy can also express different articulations of citizenship. A country’s education policy can address citizenship education in different ways and can emphasise different moral values.
Building Rationales for Citizenship Education (Bulletin 52) edited by James P. Shaver is available for $ from: National Council for the Social Studies, Wisconsin Avenue, N.W. Washington, DC BniB- ing Rationales i s addressed to social studies educators.
Building rationales for citizenship education. Bulletin Arlington, Virginia: National Council for the Social Studies. The task of rationale-building for citizenship education. In J. Shaver (Ed.), Building rationales for citizenship education (pp. 96–). Washington, DC: National Council for the Social Studies.
Rationales for Modern ICT Implementation into Schools 4 Bachelor’s Thesis P.J. Smits Firstly, he described a social rationale which aims at preparing students for their place and functioning in society. His vocational rationale also has a preparatory character, but focuses on the professional career and future job of the student.
CITIZENSHIP EDUCATION BIBLIOGRAPHY. A Publication of The Citizenship. Education Policy Study. John J. Cogan, Project Director Patricia K. Kubow, Project Coordinator.
Date: October 1, Project Researchers and Contributors to this. Bibliography: Somwung Pitiyanuwat Chumpol Poolpatarachewin Arunsri Anantrasirichai. Walai Panich Chanita. The second question calls for a rationale for citizenship education, which may very well also be used as justification for social studies teaching in the Caribb ean.
If one accepts that democratic. COMMUNITY-BASED LEARNING: Engaging Students for Success and Citizenship from research on peer-assisted learning, project-based learning, and experiential learning. As an intentional dimension of the curriculum, community-based learning helps students acquire, practice, and apply subject matter knowledge and skills.
The idea that social studies teachers should develop comprehensive rationales for their work as citizenship educators can be traced back to Shaver's () edited bulletin for the National Council for the Social Studies (NCSS), Building Rationales for Citizenship Education.By teaching citizenship education, teachers support the building of their students' skills and aptitudes in critical thinking, analyzing information, expressing ideas, taking part in discussions.Rationale of the book.
i.e. to become a tool for democracy building and continuous civic education and participation for the right to the city. We base our ideas on the writings of Patsy Healey, for whom communicative planning goes beyond old paradigms of technocratic planning based on the knowledge of experts.