2006 Conference Proceedings (Ljubljana,LV)

Citizenship Education: Europe and the World 
Proceedings of the eighth Conference of the Children’s Identity and Citizenship in Europe Thematic Network

Alistair Ross (ed.); Riga, LV

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  1. Ross, A. – Europe and the World: Issues for citizenship education
  2. Koke, T. – Do Learning Experiences Lead to Constructive Citizenship?
  3. Hegstrup, S. – World citizenship as an educational project: From Weltschmerz to Rap
  4. Krzywosz-Rynkiewicz, B., Wotodzko, E., Strzemecka-Kata, J. – Multicultural education in Poland – case studies of good practice
  5. Maylor, U., Ross, A., Rollock, N. – ‘It is a way of life’ – Notions of Good Multicultural practice in initial teacher education and curriculum delivery in England
  6. Spinthourakis, J., Stavlioti-Karatzia, E., Karras, J., Papoulia-Tzelepi, P. – TEAM-in-Europe: Case Studies of Good Practice in Greece
  7. Runarsdottir, E., Ingvarsdottir, H., Adalbjarnardottir, S. – Intercultural Education: Cases of Good Practice in Iceland
  8. Fülöp, M., Sandor, M. – Cross-Cultural Understandings from Social Psychology on cooperation and Competition
  9. Smart, S., Read, B., Pergar Kuscer, M. – Teachers’ discourses in relation to cooperation and competition
  10. Ross, A. – National Cultures, educational policies and professional school practice
  11. Píšová, M. – Teacher Education for the Schools of Tomorrow
  12. Vacek, P., Lašek, J. – How Teachers and Students Feel and Understand the Ethical Dimension of the Teacher’s Profession
  13. Krzywosz-Rynkiewicz, B. – Are Pupils Taking a Proactive Part in the School Life Popular Within Their Peer Group?
  14. Watt, P., Gifford, C., Koster, S. – Experiences of citizenship education at school and perspectives on citizenship amongst social science undergraduates
  15. Kõiv, K. – Bullies, victims and control group student: A comparison of different types of prosocial behavior in peer and teacher pupil relations
  16. Gocsál, Á. and Huszár, Á. – Gender differences in attitudes towards social activities in college students
  17. Harnett, P. – Shared Heritages? Investigating Ways of Life in the Past to Promote European Consciousness with Children in Primary Schools
  18. Lastrucci, E. – Pro-social competencies and Citizenship Education
  19. Pembecioğlu Öcel, N., Nezih Orhon, E., Özmen, S. – Children’s Choice: A Discourse Analysis of the Citizenship Issues in Turkey
  20. Pembecioğlu Öcel, N., Nezih Orhon, E. – Contradictory Messages of the Media: A Compare and Contrast Study of the Child Identity Represented by Press and TV
  21. Pembecioğlu Öcel, N. – The Image of Ideal Child and Ideal Citizen in Turkish Films: Any Changes Between the Past and Present?
  22. Rone, S. Liduma, A. – The Development of Citizenship in the Latvian Educational System
  23. Chehlov, M. – The Development of the Ethical Ideals of Senior Form Students as the Basis of Citizenship
  24. Ivashkins, I., Lismane, I. – Language Learning and Cultural Diversity in the Educational System
  25. Jurgena, I., Lucina, Z. – The Historical Development of Citizenship Education and the Contemporary Situation in the Latvian Higher Teacher Education within the European Context
  26. Chehlova, Z. – The Development of Citizenship for Senior Form Students in the Schools of National Minorities
  27. Vindere, M., Igonin, D., Plotka, I. – Role of ethnic communicative competence in the development of crosscultural relations
  28. Dýrfjörð, K. – The Pedagogy of Reggio Emilia: Developmentally appropriate practice through the looking glass of Dewey’s democracy
  29. Tutiaux-Guillon, N. – Educating for sustainable development in France through the social sciences
  30. Svensson, I., Welwert, G. – Working interdisciplinary with students in the main subject Geographical and environmental learning
  31. Nikolaou, G., Spinthourakis, J. – Intercultural Communication in the Civil Service in Greece: The opinion of the civil servants
  32. Kovalcikova, I., Kresila, J. – Does knowing the ethnic context make instruction in citizenship more effective – or just exacerbate the prejudices?
  33. Essomba, M. – Citizenship Education at Schools in Multicultural settings: The Construction of Identity among Teenager from Minority Groups
  34. Misiejuk, D. – Open your mind: Planning the dynamics of intercultural education
  35. Rutter, J. – Changing Migration Patterns in the UK: Implications for Education
  36. Cunningham, P. – Barriers to employability for refugee teachers in England
  37. Dýrfjörð, K. – ‘Treat others as you want to be treated’ – Three playschool teachers views on ethics and religious education in Icelandic playschools
  38. Pétursdóttir, S. – ‘It has to come from the heart’: Character education in playschools
  39. Korhonen, R., Hegstrup, S. – Child’s identity and citizenship begins in the early years
  40. Issa, T. – Educating Global Citizens: A case study of a bilingual nursery school
  41. Roland-Levy, C. – Changes in Identity
  42. Krzywosz-Rynkiewicz, B., Pyskiewicz-Kowalska, R. – Self-Responsibility and being responsible for your own money – Children’s and Parents’ Perspectives
  43. Bezenšek, J. – Education Choice: for/or between Citizenship and Conzumption
  44. Berg, W. – Learning one world: or: What is an active citizen?
  45. Hartsmar, N., Nilsson, J. – Knowledge and Language Development: Students discussing how Physical Geography and Geomorphology have influence on life conditions and human activities
  46. Nikolakaki, M. – Postmodernity and Globalization through Education: in search of a new critical citizenship
  47. Maiztegui Oñate, C. – Teaching Global Citizenship in secondary schools
  48. Maitles, H. – ‘We’ve got rights, we’re citizens now!’: a case study of a democratic approach to learning in a secondary class in the West of Scotland
  49. Dooly, M., Villanueva, M. – Starting from home: Analysis of an education faculty’s process of internalization
  50. Spinthourakis, J., Karatzia-Stavlioti, E. – Assessing and developing teacher’s multicultural competence as a dimension of global citizenship
  51. Kolenc-Kolnik, K. – Global Citizenship: What does this got to do with me?
  52. Chistolini, S., Verkest, H. – The social deprivation of teachers in Italy, Belgium, Cyprus, Libya
  53. Rami, J., Lalor, J. – Citizenship and Identity Education in Ireland in the Post-Celtic Tiger era: impacts and possibilities
  54. Aksit, N. – Teaching European and Global Citizenship across the Curriculum: Content Based Language Instruction
  55. Elm, A. – Young children’s concerns for the future – a challenge for teacher students
  56. Freitas, M. – Teaching European and World Citizenship at Elementary Schools Using Children’s Literature
  57. Luna, G. – Citizenship: concept and education in France and in England
  58. Kroflic, R. – Personal Identity between Universality and Contingency
  59. Zalaskene, I. – The Role of Civic Communication in Teaching World Citizenship
  60. Lundgren, U. – Intercultural Teacher – a case study of a course
  61. Jonušaite, S. – Evaluation of Instrument of Cross-cultural Curriculum Research: Supporting Validity and Reliability
  62. Goncalves, S., Gifford, C., Wolodzko, E., Goksal, A. – Raising awareness of citizenship related competences in higher education: First steps and contributions from the working group
  63. Filimon, L., Danciu, M. – Social Representations of Citizen of Europe and of the World with Romanian students
  64. Kamarianos, J., Spinthourakis, J. – The Strategic Role of ICTs in the European Union Society of Citizens
  65. Pohloja, K. – Media related childhood – part of school or out of school?
  66. Masek, J., Zikmundova, V. – Citizenship, arts and culture education on the web: what projects are mediated by the ‘virtual space’ for teaching practice and children’s activities?
  67. Graeffe, L. – Pedagogical challenges and possibilities in film and media education with consumer/citizenship education
  68. Koutselini, M., Papastephanou, M., Papaioannou, M. – Gender mainstreaming in the mass media: European and global gender profile
  69. Kratsborn, W. – It’s all in the game: The European project ‘Multiple choice identity’, educational gaming and a win-win-situation
  70. Nones, A. – A conceptualization of the political for contemporary Europe
  71. Abens, A. – The rewriting of Latvian history – an overview of the educational journal Soviet Latvian School
  72. Karahassan, H., Zembylas, M. – The politics of memory and forgetting in history textbooks: Towards a pedagogy of reconciliation and peace in divided Cyprus
  73. Miels, S. – Citizenship Education: An Examination of the Relationship between the Crick Report and Policy Implementation in the UK
  74. Pinto, M. – Pupils’ identities in some European contexts: An exploratory study in a UK and Belgian school
  75. Sándor, M. – Children’s Views of Family and Institutional Socialization on Competition and Cooperation
  76. Solé, M. – Teaching history at elementary school: how to develop historical understanding