2005 Conference Proceedings (Riga,SI)

Teaching Citizenship
Proceedings of the seventh Conference of the Children’s Identity and Citizenship in Europe Thematic Network

Alistair Ross (ed.); Ljubljana, SI

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  1. Ross, A. – Introduction: Constructing Citizenship through Teaching
  2. Holden, C. – The Citizenship Challenge: educating children about the ‘real world and real issues’
  3. Kronflic, R. – New Concepts of Authority and Citizen Education
  4. Adalbjarnardottir, S. – National Policy and Practitioner Practice in Multicultural Education in Iceland
  5. Fons, J. – Teacher Education and Multiculturalism in Europe: National Policy and Practitioner practice in Europe
  6. Krzywosz-Rynkiewicz, B., Wotodzko, E., Strzemecka-Kata, J. – Minorities in Poland
  7. Maylor, U., Ross, A., Hutchings, M. – National policy and practitioner practice in the UK
  8. Spinthourakis, J., Papoulia-Tzelepi, P., Stavlioti-Karatzia, E., Karras, J. – National Policy and Practitioner practice in Greece
  9. Lundahl, M., Olsson, A., Svensson, I. – Does teaching in Geography contribute to understanding Sustainable Development?
  10. Persson, B., Jonsson, R. – How much is a smile? 15-year-old Swedish pupils’ view of solidarity and responsibility
  11. Iselau, G. – Dare to trust the pupils’ minds
  12. Oscarsson, V. – Learners’ democratic competence
  13. Razdevsek-Pucko, C. – Kuscer, M. – Primary Teachers’ Views of Cooperation
  14. Sandor, M., Fülöp, M. – Competition in the classroom: primary school teachers’ view in Hungary, Slovenia and the UK
  15. Smart, S., Read, B., Ross, A. – Primary School children’s views of cooperation and competition in England, Slovenia and Hungary: comparisons by country and by gender
  16. Latzaki, M., Chelmis, S. – The Notion of Political Representation in Primary School Children and Teaching Implications
  17. Krzywosz-Rynkiewicz, B. – Class Council Elections – Criteria for making civic decisions by teenagers: Explicit and implicit attitudes
  18. Folkesson, A., Hartsmar, N. – Negotiating identity and citizenship in teacher education
  19. Koalcikoca, I., Kresila, J. – Experimental teaching versus transmissive teaching of citizenship
  20. Harnett, P., Newman, E. – Teaching citizenship through learning about people’s lives in the past
  21. Essomba, M. – Citizenship and Non-Formal Education: The Effective Encouragement Between The School and the Community (Contexts, Purposes and Dynamics)
  22. Sole, M., Freitas, M. – Cooperative Learning and Citizenship Education in the Primary School
  23. Filimon, L., Danciu, M. – Teaching Active Citizenship: a Cross-Sectional Study
  24. Sosnina, M. – Interactive work with street children as a way to teach citizenship
  25. Luczynski, J. – Teachers’ concepts of protection and their protective activities in schools
  26. Dooly, M., Villanueva, M. – Intercultural communication skills and students’ attitudes: transnational projects as an instrument in citizenship education
  27. Onate, C. – Citizenship Education: an analysis of some experiences in the Basque country
  28. Vacek, P., Lasek, J., Dolezalova, J, - The ethical dimension in the teaching profession
  29. Foster, R. – ‘No school left behind?’ An analysis of the impact of professional development activities for Citizenship Education undertaken by Citizenship Coordinators in secondary schools in the North-West of England
  30. Lesar, I. – Attitudes of Slovenian teachers towards Romany children
  31. Cuk, M. – Is the xenophobia of Slovenian societyreflected in teachers’ attitudes towards migrant and Romany students?
  32. Merclar, M. – Differences in discourses of citizenship – teachers and trainers in several European countries
  33. Lungdren, U. – The Intercultural Teacher
  34. Prossen, S., Kuscer, M. – Individualism/collectivism and teachers’ perception of children in primary school
  35. Koutselini, M. – The development of citizenship attitudes and values
  36. Chistolini, S., Wolodzko, E. – The professional status of teachers in three countries: Italy, the USA and Poland
  37. Cunningham, P. – Improving opportunity, strengthening society: government policy, children’s voices
  38. Goulas, E., Spinthourakis, J. – The role of ‘us’ and ‘others’ as reflected in teachers’ celebratory speeches on national holidays
  39. Etienne, R. – The unique class in the urban school: a device for the integration of citizenship education in everyday teaching?
  40. Duffy, J. – Pluralism in divided societies – citizenship education and social work with care experienced young people in Northern Ireland
  41. Pettigrew, A. – ‘Culture, Citizenship and Curriculum 1’: early understandings from British secondary schools
  42. Alhelsi, R. – Challenges facing citizenship in (post) conflict areas: a comparison between Northern Ireland and Palestine
  43. Fulmat, Y., Rondot, M. – The debate on secularism in France and its implications for education towards citizenship
  44. Dyrfjord, K. – Religious education in Icelandic playschools
  45. Mazurkiewicz, G. – Inequality and teachers’ beliefs: the reality of equal opportunities in Polish schools
  46. Moustairas, P., Spinthourakis, J. – Does intercultural education as a medium of citizenship education lead to student integration?
  47. Ingvarsdottir, H., Runarsdottir, E., Adalbjarnardottir, S. – Teaching new citizens: challenges and opportunities
  48. Berg, W. – Cross-cultural learning and managing diversity
  49. Chehlovas, Z., Popova, I. – Education for citizenship in the multicultural society of Latvia
  50. Rone, S. – The pedagogical aspect of multicultural civic integration in Latvia
  51. Issa, T. – Citizenship education and the multicultural dimension: strategies for the secondary classroom
  52. Misiejuk, D., Sobecki, M. – Transmission of cultural heritage on the Polish and Belorussian borderland
  53. Stoik, O. – Workshop: Similarity and diversity in Europe
  54. Jurgena, I. Mikainis, Z. – Citizenship education in the secondary school: Latvian experiences and problems
  55. Haav, K. – Teaching citizenship and democracy: a new system of concepts for Estonia and the EU
  56. Lorencovic, J., Lorencovicova, E. – Citizenship and environmental education
  57. Aksit, N. – Creating new pathways: citizenship in Turkey
  58. Korhonen, R. – Teaching citizenship in the pre-school educational process
  59. Freitas, M. – The Bologna Process: implications for citizenship teacher education community-service learning projects
  60. Goncalves, S. – Identity, citizenship and socio-moral excellence: the role of higher education
  61. Kolenc-Kolnik, K. – Teaching citizenship through the geography curriculum and active learning
  62. Cowan, P., Maitles, H. – Challenging discrimination: does holocaust education in the primary years have an effect on pupils’ citizenship values in their first year of secondary schooling?
  63. Virta, A. – Citizen’s alternatives for participation in Finnish social studies textbooks for compulsory and senior secondary schools
  64. Svingby, G. – Teaching citizenship with a collaborative computer game
  65. Sarmento, M., Tomas, C., Soares, N. – Political competencies and childhood citizenship
  66. Taimalu, M. – Children’s right to physical immunity: the legislative situation in Estonia and its implications for education
  67. Svesnsson, I.-M., Welwert, G. – A wider perspective on public space
  68. Pederson, A. K., Ramussen, C. S. – Developing children’s social competences in the Danish school system
  69. Strle, M. – ‘Look at me! Here I am’: Including children with special needs in European school projects
  70. Roland-Levy, C. – An analysis of how citizenship education is implemented
  71. Stavlioti-Karatzia, E., Spinthourakis, J. – Students’ perceptions of effective citizenship education and schools curriculum
  72. Ward, E. – Human flourishing in contested space: citizenship studies ab nito
  73. Turnšek, N. – Children’s participation in Decision Making in Slovene Kindergartens