2001 Conference Proceedings (Brugge,BE

Learning for a Democratic Europe
Proceedings of the third Conference of the Children’s Identity and Citizenship in Europe Thematic Network

Alistair Ross (ed.); Brugge, BE

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  1. Fumat, Y. – L’éducation à la citoyenneté à l’Ecole Maternelle
  2. Judson, K. – Learning democracy in Danish Kindergartens – benefits and drawbacks
  3. Nielsen, K. S., and Froda, J. – Children and democracy in daily life
  4. Kjœrluff, H. – Children in kindergarten – a possibility to participate in democracy?
  5. Dýrfjörð, K. – Children, culture and media
  6. Näsman, E., and von Gerber, C. – Rules of economy and sharing in pre-school
  7. Ross, M. – Young bilingual children’s access to participation: minority languages in early childhood settings in London
  8. Dýrfjörð, K. – The National Curriculum for Icelandic pre-schools
  9. Wilson, T. – International education through children’s literature
  10. Krzywosz-Rynkiewicz, B. and Zielińska, M. – Promoting tolerance for other cultures at school: an example of an experimental class and a test of its effectiveness
  11. Krzywosz-Rynkiewicz, B., Holden, C., Papoulia-Tzelepi, P., de Freitas, M. L., Verkest, H., Kuscer, M., Gocsal, A. and Korhonen, R. – Attitudes and identity: a comparative study of the perspectives of European children
  12. Krzywosz-Rynkiewicz, B. – National identity versus a community spirit in uniting Europe among primary school pupils and their teachers
  13. Holden C. – Talking with teenagers: the pre-conditions for effective education for citizenship
  14. Titchiner, B. – Democracy in action – a student-led workshop demonstrating the workings of the democratic meetings at Summerhill School
  15. Munnich, A., and Csukonyi – The concept of the European dimension in Hungarian adolescents
  16. Tutiaux-Guillon, N. – Introducing civic and social education in French upper secondary school (lycées)
  17. Crawford, K., and Foster, R. – Education for citizenship in Romania and the UK – a comparison
  18. Gocsál, Á. And Cseh, J. – 18-year-old Hungarian students’ perceptions about a Hungarian feature film made during the Stalinist period of Hungary
  19. Kuscer, M. P. – Can the teacher’s personality influence development of identity in pupils
  20. Adalbjarnardottir, S. – Cultivating citizenship awareness: the school setting
  21. Lawson, H., and Edmonds, K. – Citizenship education – what do student teachers need to know?
  22. Spinthourakis, J. A. and Papoulia-Tzelepi, P. – Teacher attitudes on teaching social issues in the elementary school
  23. Niemczynski, A. – Democratic participatory citizenship: what can teachers and schools can do towards it?
  24. Nimal, P. and Lahaye, W. – Peer tutoring at university: a citizenship experience
  25. Bezensek, J. – Citizenship in Slovenia: educational goals and statements
  26. Vacek, P. – How Czech young people understand democracy, citizenship, national identity and the process of Europeanisation
  27. Mati, T., Petrela, S. and Mati, G. – Civic education in Albania during the first decade of democracy
  28. Krull, E. – The contribution of CiCe’s databases and publications to the development of national curricula: the Estonian case
  29. Kolenc-Kolnik, K. – Learning for a democratic Europe with geographical syllabuses and textbooks in Slovenia
  30. de Freitas, M. L. A. V. – A history course to develop European citizenship
  31. Bak, H. – Fantasy design: children’s work with design and imagination – a democratic process
  32. Raubik, R. – Citizenship education in Mathematics: exercises with a European context
  33. Krull, E. – Integration of Soviet migrants as a factor shaping identity and citizenship awareness in Estonia
  34. Näsman, E., and von Gerber, C. – From 11 to 15 – a road to economic competence?
  35. Davies, I., Fülöp, M., Hutching, M., Ross, A., Berkics, M., and Floyd, L. – Education for Enterprising Citizens: perceptions of effective teaching
  36. Hutching, M., Davies, I., Fülöp, M., Ross, A., Berkics, M., Gregory, I., and Floyd, L. – The responses of English and Hungarian teachers to some hypothetical dilemmas concerning citizenship
  37. Fülöp, M., Davies, I., Hutching, M., Ross, A., Berkics, and Floyd, L. – Being a good citizen, competitor and entrepreneur in Hungary and in Britain: utopia or reality?
  38. Vass, J. – Life-course management and financial literacy: distributed agency in learning cultures
  39. Clarke, M., Killeavy, M., and Harrison, C. – The challenge of multiculturalism for citizenship education in Irish post-primary schools
  40. Masek, J. – The impact of mediated communication of children’s identity and citizenship
  41. Korhonen, R. – New culture with ICT in pre-school education. What do children know about mobile telephones as a tool of communication?
  42. Edye, D., and Delgardo-Moreira, J. – To belong or not to belong? Can we research people’s attitudes to European Union Citizenship?
  43. Graeffe, L. – Citizenship education – challenges, possibilities, difficulties
  44. Scott, D. and Lawson, H. – Citizenship education: models and discourses
  45. Verkest, H. – Tools for a democratic society
  46. Miller, C. L. – Addressing political extremism through education: reflections from case-study research
  47. Chelmis, S. K. – Citizenship education and the moral person: towards the educational congruence between the cognitive and affective, the clinical and the neurophysiological dimension of morality