3 edition of Education for citizenship and diversity in Irish contexts found in the catalog.
Education for citizenship and diversity in Irish contexts
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||edited by Gerry Jeffers and Una O"Connor.|
|Contributions||Jeffers, Gerry., O"Connor, Una.|
|LC Classifications||LC1091 .E3864 2008|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 216 p. :|
|Number of Pages||216|
|LC Control Number||2009441036|
Oxford University Press have a series of books on teaching citizenship through other subjects. These "Provide detailed lesson plans and resources that will give teachers the confidence to teach Citizenship during timetabled subject lesson time, providing students with an enhanced learning experience without blurring the boundaries between the. Multilingualism and diversity are fast becoming defining characteristics of global education. This is because human mobility has increased exponentially over the past two decades, bringing about an increase in socioeconomic, cultural and faith-based diversity with consequences for citizenship, identity, education, and practices of language and. 2 Democracy and Human Rights. Although education has been declared a basic human right for quite some time now, million children and youth were not in school in (UNESCO, ).According to the United Nations 57 million children in poor countries have no : Ghazala Bhatti.
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Get this from a library. Education for citizenship and diversity in Irish contexts. [Gerry Jeffers; Una O'Connor;] -- This is a book of lively and provocative essays that should engage anyone interested in how people in societies divided by religions, national allegiance, race, class, ability and disability can.
Education for Citizenship and Diversity in Irish Contexts offers an engaging range of practical suggestions, conceptual frameworks, critical analyses and policy challenges. The book will be of particular interest to teachers, youth and community workers, policy-makers and those who have an interest in the shifting contexts of modern Irish society.
TY - CHAP. T1 - Citizenship and diversity: special educational needs. AU - O'Connor, Una. PY - Y1 - N2 - This book chapter focuses on some issues relating to pupils with learning difficulties, including the introduction and delivery of a citizenship curriculum to pupils with learning difficulties, differentiation and the impact on pupil : Una O'Connor.
Diversity and Citizenship Education "This edited volume of works compiled by James Banks, one of the leading scholars in multicultural studies and education, offers a much needed analysis of the sweeping landscape of citizenship that makes up the demographic reality of many countries around the world The book is timely, well researched, and well organized.5/5(1).
This chapter explores the complex historical, political and religious context that frame discussions around citizenship and democracy within education in Ireland, as an independent nation, and as Author: Cathal Butler. A citizenship education that embraces democratic politics helps students grapple with the demands of socially and culturally diverse groups for a more inclusive political system, one in which.
Diversity and Citizenship Education: Global Perspectives not only defines what it means to be a citizen in this new global community, but it provides thorough case studies of how citizenship education is being carried out in the United States, as well as in other countries on nearly every continent.
Cross-cutting issues, concepts, and research related to diversity, citizenship education, and globalization are discussed in Part I. A Book Introduction, included in Part I, and written by the editor, gives an overview of the chapters in the book, discusses how they are interrelated, and identifies the major issues discussed in the book.
The increasing ethnic, racial, cultural, religious, and language diversity in nations throughout the world is forcing educators and policymakers to rethink existing notions of citizenship and nationality. To experience cultural democracy and freedom, a nation must be unified around a set of democratic values such as justice and equality that balance unity and diversity and protect the rights Cited by: In recent years, citizenship education has been the subject of much international attention, including two major cross-national studies.
However, few reviews of civic education scholarship include research from post-conflict societies. This omission is notable because post-conflict situations offer distinct challenges to instilling both democratic norms and a sense of social cohesion to ensure Cited by: The volumes in this series will appeal to teacher educators, researchers, teachers, school leaders and policymakers.
They will also facilitate decision-making in the practical steps necessary to develop Citizenship, Character and Values Education curricula in different national contexts. Diversity and Citizenship Education: Global Perspectives brings together in one comprehensive volume a group of international experts on the topic of diversity and citizenship education.
These experts discuss and identify the shared issues and possibilities that exist when educating for. In: Jeffers G and O'Connor U (eds) Education for Citizenship and Diversity in Irish Contexts.
Dublin: IPA (Institute of Public Administration), Looney A () Curriculum as policy: Some implications of contemporary policy studies for the analysis of curriculum policy, with particular reference to post-primary curriculum in the Republic Cited by: Jeffers, G.
“Some Challenges for Citizenship Education in the Republic of Ireland”. In G. Jeffers & U. O’Connor (Eds.). Education for Citizenship and Diversity in Irish Contexts (pp. Dublin: Institute of Public Administration. Google ScholarCited by: 4. The book advances a concept of intercultural citizenship which is sensitive to complexities of identity and diversity and, through international case studies, analyses the degree to which intercultural citizenship is present or emergent in contemporary education systems It provides a statement of ‘axioms and characteristics' of education for Price: $ Alongside sweeping constitutional reforms the first New Labour government introduced compulsory education for citizenship.
The preparatory Crick Report () proposed a model that would explore rather than define national identity. Following the Macpherson Report, that identified institutional racism in public services, citizenship education was intended to ensure the curriculum reflects Cited by: 3.
Re-Shaping Education for Citizenship: Democratic National Citizenship in Hong Kong. Tatiana Golikova - - Journal of Moral Education 42 (2) In Search of a Citizenship Education Model for a Democratic Multireligious Indonesia: Case Studies of Two Public Senior High Schools in ries: Applied Ethics, (categorize this paper).
Jeffers, G. () ‘Some challenges for citizenship education in the Republic of Ireland’, in G. Jeffers and U. O’Connor (eds) Education for Citizenship and Diversity in Irish Contexts (Dublin: Institute of Public Administration), 11– Google ScholarAuthor: Karin Fischer.
Peacebuilding, Citizenship, and Identity - Education. Download PDF. 0 downloads 0 Views KB Size Report. Comment. diversity and education represented in this book as peace education.
Including others is key to peace education. In spite of conflicts and in light of increasing diversity, integrative peace education is a major force for. Textbooks on Multicultural Education. There are a variety of textbooks on multicultural education which have been published since the s.
Initially, textbooks such as Banks and Banks were written from the perspective of ethnic studies and reinforced the term “multiethnic education.” However, as the field progressed, more emphasis was placed on multiculturalism. 8 September, Citizenship, Citizenship and Diversity, Citizenship Project Archive, Research Projects To involving four pairs of schools, in each jurisdiction, that have a history of involvement in intercultural and/or multicultural education and where particularly in the N Irish context, cross-community contact is viewed as one important.
School of Education. Deputy Vice-Chancellor's Office; Faculty of Arts, Humanities & Social Sciences; Overview; Fingerprint; Network; Researchers (51) Research Output () Prizes (1) Activities (2) Press / Media (7) Student theses (2) Research Output According to Crick report () citizenship education is becoming a cornerstone subject in our education system, and rightly so (National Curriculum Citizenship, ).
This cited study has defined a good citizenship as Huddleston () stated that the significance of excellent citizenship knowledge from a beginning age is very essential.
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Diversity and Citizenship in the Curriculum Hugh Starkey University of London, Institute of Education This article reflects and comments on the keynote speeches given by Sir Keith Ajegbo and Professor Audrey Osler at the start of the international conference Education for Democratic Citizenship: multiculturalism and national identity organised.
Young people with disabilities: citizenship real or imaginary. in, editor(s)Gerry Jeffers and Una O' Connor, Education for Citizenship and Diversity in Irish Contexts, Dublin, Institute of Public Administration,pp -[Michael Shevlin] Book Chapter, Education for Citizenship and Diversity in Irish Contexts offers an engaging range of practical suggestions, conceptual frameworks, critical analyses and policy challenges.
The book will be of particular interest to teachers, youth and community workers, policy-makers and those who have an interest in the shifting contexts of modern Irish society. Diversity and Citizenship Education: Global Perspectives brings together in one comprehensive volume a group of international experts on the topic of diversity and citizenship education.
These experts discuss and identify the shared issues and possibilities that exist when educating for national unity and cultural : Wiley. Education for citizenship is considered from its classical origins through to ideas of world citizenship and multiculturalism which are relevant today.
The book reveals the constants of motives, policies, recommendations and practices in this field and the variables determined by political, social and economic circumstances, which in turn.
About the School of Education, University College Cork The department was established inand since then has served the south of Ireland with pre-service, in-service and postgraduate programmes.
During that time it has built up a significant relationship with schools in the Cork city and county, making it a focal point for teacher education. FAAS, D. and ROSS, W., Identity, Diversity and Citizenship: A critical analysis of textbooks and curricula in Irish schools, International Sociology, 27, 4,Download Item: (Accepted for publication (author's copy) - Peer Reviewed) Kb.
Citizenship education is not only about the accumulation of knowledge, but also about putting into action the lessons as they relate to good citizenship, democracy, respect, tolerance and valuing human rights. Historically, the concept of what citizenship education is and its purposes have evolved.
What is questionable about Macedo's view, however, is the emphasis it places on the need for education for citizenship, and to “constitute diversity for liberal democratic purposes” (Macedo,p.
68). We should be very wary of the idea that an important concern of our social institutions ought to be to shape us in any particular by: 9. This research interrogates the status of citizenship education in Irish secondary schools.
The following questions are examined: How does school culture impact on citizenship education. What value is accorded to the subjects, Civic, Social and Political Education (CSPE) and Social, Personal and Health Education (SPHE)?Cited by: 1.
International Perspectives on Citizenship, Education and Religious Diversity brings together an international range of contributions from religious studies scholars and educators specialising in the study of religions.
Together, these illustrate and explore the key questions for educational theory and pedagogy raised by drawing issues of Brand: Taylor And Francis. Diversity and Equality in Early Childhood: an Irish Perspective Why this book – and why now.
I t doesn’t take much to see that Ireland in is a hugely diverse society. A stroll down your street, a look at the paper, a trip on a bus are enough to realise that we are with people from all walks of life, all the Size: KB.
Most modern democracies contain significant minority groups whose language, religion, or ethnicity differs from those of the majority. In this book, leading scholars of multicultural issues examine questions related to multiculturalism and citizenship, specifically addressing the issue of whether it is possible in multicultural societies to accommodate these forms of diversity without.
Diversity and Citizenship in the Curriculum: Research Review Uvanney Maylor and Barbara Read, with Heather Mendick, Alistair Ross and Nicola Rollock The Institute for Policy Studies in Education London Metropolitan University The views expressed in this report are the authors’ and do not necessarily reflect those of the Department for.
Citizenship education is a current concern of policymakers in various parts of the world. Debates focus on modern notions of citizenship, and the need for citizenship education in a rapidly changing world.
This need for citizenship education and corresponding definitions have changed over time, but a persistent characteristic would seem to be a fear of indoctrination and a lack of a coherent 4/5(1).
Diversity,Group Identity,and Citizenship Education in a Global Age James A. Banks Worldwide immigration and quests for rights by minority groups have caused social scientists and educators to raise serious questions about liberal assimilationist conceptions of citizenship that historically have dominated citizenship education in Size: KB.
International perspectives on citizenship, education and religious diversity Edited by Robert Jackson. Published by Routledge Falmer, London and New York.
The last quarter of the 20th century has witnessed the proliferation within the public realm of religious discourses contested by .Global citizenship necessarily implies that there is diversity, since the world itself is diverse, with over countries and an exponentially greater number of ethnic groups.
Global citizenship supports the “salad bowl” model of looking at America: America is made up of different cultures, and each culture maintains its diversity and.Education for local and global citizenship: the Northern Ireland experience (M.
Arlow) Peace, human rights and citizenship education in Nepal: multi-stakeholder collaboration in post-conflict curriculum reform (M. Smith) Combining a national competencies framework and civil society support in Colombia (A. Nieto, G. Luna) Responsible Citizenship.