This series will provide a platform for discussion and debate on the latest issues, challenges and developments in Citizenship, Character and Values Education across the globe. The series will facilitate continued conversation on policy and politics, curriculum and pedagogy, review and reform, and provide a comparative overview of the different conceptions and approaches to Citizenship, Character and Values Education around the world. 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.
Teaching Ethics through Literature The Significance of Ethical Criticism in a Global Age
Contesting Education and Identity in Hong Kong
Teaching Character and Virtue in Schools
By Suzanne S. Choo
July 02, 2021
Teaching Ethics through Literature provides in-depth understanding of a new and exciting shift in the fields of English education, Literature, Language Arts, and Literacy through exploring their connections with ethics. The book pioneers an approach to integrating ethics in the teaching of ...
By Liz Jackson
December 30, 2020
This text examines the intersection of youth civic engagement, identity, and protest in Hong Kong, through the lens of education. It explores how education and identity have been protested in Hong Kong, historically and today, and the mark that such contestations have left on education. Many people...
By Brad Maguth, Jeremy Hilburn
May 18, 2017
A battle is being waged in classrooms and capitals around the world over the goals and objectives of the future of global education. While there is growing research in the area of global education, much remains to be uncovered, challenged, and learned through sound empirical research and conceptual...
By Marie Højlund Roesgaard
October 07, 2016
Japan’s Fundamental Law on Education was revised in 2006 and new curriculum guidelines along with new proposals for strengthening the position of moral education reflect the increased political focus, particularly by the two Abe-administrations. Changes include increased emphasis on patriotism, on ...
By James Arthur, Kristján Kristjánsson, Tom Harrison, Wouter Sanderse, Daniel Wright
July 26, 2016
Teaching Character and Virtue in Schools addresses the contemporary issues of quantification and measurement in educational settings. The authors draw on the research of the Jubilee Centre at the University of Birmingham in order to investigate the concern that the conventional wisdom, sound ...