Teaching about conflict through citizenship education

Teaching about conflict through citizenship education

18-page pdf article which examined “Through interviews and observations in case study primary and secondary schools in the West Midlands, we therefore explored what was understood by this notion of global citizenship, and under this umbrella, what it was that students and teachers thought should be learned, we found that the most outstanding concern for students was war and conflict – and in the current context, not just historically, after giving some detail of these concerns, this paper attempts to develop a typology of different ways that schools teach about conflict before making more general arguments about the importance of peace education within a citizenship education framework and the role of teachers in tackling both difference and indifference.”

  • Format: pdf
  • Publisher: Citized - International Journal of Citizenship and Teacher Education
  • Author: Lynn Davies
  • Topics: Administrator Resources and Teacher Resources
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