Global Citizenship Education and Teacher Education brings together scholars and practitioners from all continents to explore the role of teacher education in formulating a practice of citizenship that has a global scope and is guided by critical and emancipatory approaches.
By considering educational responses to global challenges —such as global warming, rising levels of inequalities, intensification of armed conflicts, growing streams of international migration, and the impact of neoliberal policies—this book provides valuable analyses for researchers, teacher educators, and educators. The volume examines historical and conceptual issues relating to the incorporation of global citizenship education in teacher education, and presents examples from across the world that showcase main trends in research and practice from across the world.
This book is of great interest to graduate and postgraduate students, researchers, and libraries in the fields of citizenship education, global education, teacher education, international and comparative education, and education policy and politics.
Carlos A. Torres
Daniel Schugurensky and Charl Wolhuter
Different views on global citizenship education: Making global citizenship education more critical, political and justice-oriented
Critical global citizenship education in Canada, England, and the United States: Interrogating (in)justice and self-reflexivity in teacher education programs
Jennifer K. Bergen, Sharon A. Cook and Lorna McLean
The struggle for "thick" or Transformative Citizenship. Educators’ views on Democracy & Citizenship: A Global Perspective
Citizenship Education Beyond the Nation State: Implications for Teacher Education
Seungho Moon and Charles Tocci
Global citizenship education in teacher education: Is there any alternative beyond redemptive dreams and nightmarish germs?
Gustavo Fischman and Marta Estellés Frade
UNESCO ASPnet Schools, Global Citizenship Education, and Conviviality as a Tool to Live Together on a Shared Planet
Lynette Shultz and Maren Elfert
Global Citizenship Education and Teacher Education in Africa
Samson Maekele Tsegay, Mcjerry Atta Bekoe and Mulugeta Zemuy Zegergish
Global Citizenship Education in East, South and Southeast Asia
Michael Goh and Megan Deutschman
Global Citizenship Education in Teacher Education in Asia: A Case Study from Vietnam
Hoa Truong-White and Thi Nhat Ho
Global Citizenship Education and Teacher Education in Spain and Portugal
Alfredo Gomes Dias, Ernesto Gómez, Antoni Santisteban and Joan Pagès
Exploring global citizenship in teacher education across Europe: A comparative analysis of Austria, Czech Republic, Ireland and Italy
Global Citizenship Education in Teacher Education in Canada and the US: Trends, Barriers, and Possibilities
Karen Pashby and Laura Engel
Teacher Education and Global Citizenship Education in Latin America: The cases of Argentina, Brazil, Chile and Colombia
Gustavo González Valencia, Miguel Angel Jara, Sixtina Pinochet Pinochet, Adriana da Silva Santiago and Joan Pagès Blanch
Global Citizenship Education and Teacher Education in Oceania
This series seeks to understand how globalization has affected educational reform in K–12 and higher education systems in many countries in Latin America, North America, Europe, Africa, the Middle East, and Asia, but also understand the promise and prospects of global citizenship education as part of the post 2015 development goals set by the United Nations.
The particular focus of the series is on teacher perceptions of how globalization has influenced citizenship education, and to what extent global citizenship education can be implemented in classrooms. This will include critical analysis of changing student demographics and behavior, administration, funding, pedagogy and curriculum, testing and accountability, and interactions of schools with commerce and the community. Starting with the everyday experiences and knowledge of participants in educational processes, we will offer insights that can then be generalized above the level of the research subjects and inform deeper understanding of how globalization is affecting teachers and students in 21st century classrooms.
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