2002 Conference Proceedings (Budapest,HU)

Future Citizens in Europe
Proceedings of the fourth Conference of the Children’s Identity and Citizenship in Europe Thematic Network

Alistair Ross (ed.); Budapest, HU

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  1. Adalbjarnardottir, S. – The challenging process of preparing education professionals to promote citizenship awareness
  2. Tutiaux-Guillon, N. – Is teaching history actually aiming at citizenship?
  3. Edye, D. – Young people and citizenship in the European union
  4. Lukasova-Kantorkova, H., Rozspalova, M., and Sigutova, M. – An analysis of primary school pupils’ attitudes to citizenship and the implications for teacher education
  5. Vacek, P. and Lašek, J. – An analysis of adolescents’ attitudes and opinions: the pre-conditions for effective education for citizenship
  6. Karakatsani, D. – Educational practices, citizenship education and moral regulation: the example of Greek curriculum
  7. Chelmis, S. and Matsagouras, E. – Citizenship education in the new inter-disciplinary National Curriculum of Greece
  8. Rutter, J. – Citizenship education in the UK: a radical alternative or failed communitarian experiment
  9. Thoresen, V. W. – Developing consumer citizenship
  10. Näsman, E., and von Gerber, C. – The threat of consumer society: ideas among pedagogues about young children’s economic learning
  11. Fülöp, M. – Young people’s perception of the competitive and the non-competitice person in a society in social transition
  12. Andersen, R. – A democratic perspective of educational change: self-evaluation and the clarification of values
  13. Stevnick, D. – Developing civic dispositions by generating experiences around democratic ideals
  14. Kjaerulff, H. – Meeting the other culture
  15. Villanueva, M. and Gonzalo, C. – What maps don’t say: introducing student teachers to the analysis of the mismatches between cultural and political frontiers in Europe
  16. Rutter, J. – Citizenship education and non-citizens: learning about asylum-seekers and refugees in the UK
  17. Kovalcikova, I., Kresila, J., and Petrasova, A. – Building culture in the classroom: the role of Romany assistants in the Romany classroom
  18. Kolenc-Kolnik, K. – Minorities’ rights in the educational system of Republic of Slovenia
  19. Carrol, P. – Citizenship in mainly white schools: the marginalization of the minority ethnic voice
  20. Hartsmar, N. – A process from accounts to reflections. Working with a multicultural group of 72 teacher students
  21. Mašek, J. – Citizenship education: the role of media environments in active learning
  22. Chelmis, S., Clarke, M., Korhonene, R., Mitchell-Riddle, C., and Hegstrup, S. – Creating a new culture of communication
  23. Gócsal, Á. – Analysis of pictures in reading textbooks for 6-year-old children
  24. Kratsborn, W. – The past, the present and future didactics
  25. Koopman, F. K. – Experimental learning in civic education
  26. Ross, A. – Younger children’s political learning: concept based approaches versus issues-based approaches
  27. Chelmis, S. K. – An intervention programme for the development of children’s argumentative composition competencies upon socio-moral dilemmas
  28. Killeavy, M. and Clarke, M. – Active learning in citizenship education: pre-service teachers perception
  29. Koutselini, M. – Teaching controversial issues in context: Greek Cypriot student-teacher perceptions of citizenship
  30. Holden, C. – Teaching about democracy, democratic processes and controversial issues: dilemmas and possibilities
  31. Dýrfjörð, K. – The child today, the ruling citizen of tomorrow
  32. Fumat, Y. – Can primary socialization be democratic
  33. Fumat, Y. and Maz, M. – Young Europeans in the making – a three country experiment
  34. Bauer, T. – From “Citizens First” to “Citizenship Education in Europe – education in an European context”
  35. Krull, E. – Some conclusions from the IEA study for civic education curriculum renewal
  36. Papanastasiou, M. and Koutselini, M. – The influence of home environment and school climate on the participation of students in social actions
  37. Krzywosz-Rynkiewicz, B., Holden, C., Papoulia-Tzelepi, P., Spinthourakis, J., de Freitas, M. L., Verkest, H., Kuscer, M., Gocsal, A. and Korhonen, R. – Attitudes and identity: a comparative study of the perspective of European children
  38. Chehlova, Z. – Cultural identity problems in contemporary pedagogy in Latvia
  39. Freitas, M. L., Solé, G. and Almeida, A. – Portuguese elementary teachers’ perceptions of Portugueseness, Europeaness and the role of Social Studies
  40. Petrucijová, J. – Cultural and civic identities in the context of civic education
  41. Liduma, A. – Music pedagogy for developing mational identity and preserving musicality in Latvia
  42. Nielsen, K. S. and Froda, J. – Identity, culture, and pedagogical thinking in first semester courses at the Slagelse Institute of Education
  43. Plöjel-Westmoreland, E. – Cross-cultural rearing. Italian-Swedish young adults’ experiences of growing up with two cultures
  44. Kobal, D. – Development of youth identity in Europe: a Slovenian case
  45. Roland-Lévy, C. – Becoming European with the Euro: teenagers attitudes before and after 2002