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Postcolonial perspectives on global citizenship education

Vanessa Andreotti

Postcolonial perspectives on global citizenship education

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Published by Routledge in New York .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • International education,
  • World citizenship,
  • Study and teaching,
  • Postcolonialism

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references and index.

    Statementedited by Vanessa de Oliveira Andreotti and Lynn Mario T.M. de Souza
    SeriesRoutledge research in education -- 68
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsJZ1320.4 .P66 2012
    The Physical Object
    Paginationviii, 245 p. ;
    Number of Pages245
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL25220389M
    ISBN 100415884969
    ISBN 109780415884969
    LC Control Number2011021861
    OCLC/WorldCa644679340

    Entitled to the World: The Rhetoric of U. Gidley Eds. Brock Education Journal, 17, 38— Google Scholar Mackenzie, C. De Souza Eds.

    Postcolonial perspectives on global citizenship education pp. City, 8 1 Todd, S. This is sometimes called the 'global consciousness' aspect of GCE. International Journal of Qualitative Studies in Education, 16 6

    His areas of interest are related to pedagogy and research in educational processes on a global scale, focusing on social justice and the transforming utopia. The most important features of global citizenship education are voluntary action that can extend from local to international collectives; the practice of cultural empathy; and a focus on active participation in social and political life at the local and global level. That, actually there is no outside and inside. In an educational terrain of deepening cynicism, this book will provide a welcome constellation of principles and procedures for the creation of 'safe spaces of inquiry' that should work as accessible entry points into issues concerned with social and global issues. The three learner attributes draw on a review of the literature and of citizenship education conceptual frameworks, a review of approaches and curricula, as well as technical consultations and recent work by UNESCO on global citizenship education.


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Postcolonial perspectives on global citizenship education by Vanessa Andreotti Download PDF Ebook

I advocate for the creation of pedagogical spaces where learners can engage critically with global and local issues taking complexity, contingency and multiple epistemologies Texte du rabat This volume bridges the gap between contemporary theoretical debates and educational policies and practices.

Or login to access all content. This is a preview of subscription content, log in to check access. Abdi and L. Zemach-Bersin University of Yale as she examines language and content of the U. We are holons. Civic Mackenzie engagement and global citizenship in a university context: Core business or desirable add-on?

Can these lead to institutional practice? What and whose sustainable development? Oxford: Oxford University Press. Pitt, A.

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And what do you get from such an education? The second concern centres on the extent to which global citizenship education might be reconcilable with constructions of postcolonial societies.

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Race Ethnicity and Education, 13 2— The second and most extensive part is the selection of critical studies on Postcolonial perspectives on global citizenship education book GCE practices. Moral imagination. Thus it would involve developing what is called in Spain third generation Development Education in every way, shape and form.

Lynn Mario T. Educators see it as an important method for developing the tools- technical and emotional- for success in the global society". The concept of citizenship has long been dominated by nation-state perspectives; this Handbook can be regarded as a post-nation-state examination of the topic.

Google Scholar Isaacs, L. City, 8 1 Cooper University of Canterbury-New Zealand and considers the idea of religion, faith and myth in different cultures and peoples.

Learners are expected Postcolonial perspectives on global citizenship education book reflect on ethical conflicts related to social and political responsibilities and the wider impact of their choices and decisions. Postcolonial theory: A critical introduction. In face of the daunting challenges and multiple crises emerging from an highly complex, interdependent and uncertain world, it seems, more than never, that we need a global education response, robust enough to prepare citizens for this globalized world.

Subscriber Login. Unlike national citizenship, global citizenship does not denote any legal status or allegiance to an actual form of government. Global citizenship: Abstraction or framework for action? For example, 1st graders learn about communicating their feelings, 3rd graders develop skills and awareness around communication and cooperation, 4th graders practice courage and taking a stand and 5th graders explore how to resolve and de-escalate conflicts.

The first part entails the perspective of four authors on the conceptualisation of Global Citizenship Education from a postcolonial perspective.

Her research focus is on building bridges between contemporary theories and debates around globalization and diversity, and pedagogical practices.This book begins with "(Towards) Global Citizenship Education "Otherwise"", an introduction by Vanessa de Oliveira Andreotti and Lynn Mario T.

M. de Souza. This book contains three parts. Part I, Conceptual Analyses: Global Citizenship Education and the Gifts and Limitations of Cited by: 2.

Teaching Global Citizenship brings together perspectives from former and current teachers from across Canada to tackle the unique challenges surrounding educating for global awareness.

The contributors discuss strategies for encouraging young people to cultivate a sense of agency and global responsibility. Jan 12,  · In this regard, this chapter has two primary concerns. The first considers whether postcolonial societies, such as post-apartheid South Africa, are really in need of a global citizenship education.

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This volume bridges the gap between contemporary theoretical debates and educational policies and practices. It applies Brand: Taylor And Francis.Teaching Global Citizenship brings together perspectives from former and current teachers from across Canada to tackle the unique challenges surrounding educating for global awareness.

Postcolonial Perspectives on Global Citizenship Education

The contributors discuss strategies for encouraging young people to cultivate a sense of agency and global responsibility.Zemach-Bersin ebook published several articles and book chapters on international education, including “Selling the World: Study Abroad Marketing and the Privatization of Global Citizenship” in the Handbook of Practice and Research in Study Abroad, and “Entitled to the World: The Rhetoric of U.S.

Global Citizenship Education,” in.