2014 Conference Proceedings (Olsztyn, PL)

Innovative Practice and Research Trends in Identity, Citizenship and Education
Proceedings of the sixteenth Conference of the Children’s Identity and Citizenship in Europe Academic Network

Peter Cunningham and Fretwell, N. (eds.); Olsztyn, PL

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  1. Ross, A. – A history of the CiCe Academic Network – Part 3: the network consolidates
  2. Męczkowska-Christiansen, A. – Citizenship education and its antitheses in the light of knowledge society discourse
  3. Chistolini, S. – The alpha and omega of living together: humanism and the modernization of higher education
  4. Lelén, H. – The subversion of citizenship and education in Bertrand Russell’s Alphabet
  5. Tanaka, N. – Differences between citizenship awareness in Japan and the UK: how students argue on controversial issues
  6. Lobanoca-Shunin, T. and Shunin, Y. – Innovation management in higher education: Nano sciences and technologies for scientific citizenship
  7. Chauvigné, C. – Grading character education in France: a means of changing and evaluating student behavior?
  8. Krzywosz-Rynkiewicz, B. and Zalewska, A. – Optimism and readiness for active citizenship among young people in various age groups
  9. Lis-Kujawski, A. and Grabowski, A. – Social antecedents of personal citizenship: examining factors influencing contemporary Polish 16-year-olds’ educational aspirations
  10. Wesołowska, E. and Sołoma, A. – Deliberative education – ideas and prospects
  11. Chehlova, Z., Ingrida Kevisha, I. and Chehlov, M. – Tolerance as a humanitarian means for solving the pedagogical conflict
  12. Chistolini, S., Pratas, H. and Wesołowska, E. – Teachers’ citizenship competences: a comparative research
  13. Jacott, L., Maldonado, A., Sainz, V., Juanes, A., García-Vélez, T. and Seguro, V. – Representations of social justice amongst Spanish teachers and students
  14. Leighton, R. – England’s self-image as portrayed in public examination Citizenship Education textbooks
  15. Nowicka, M. and Śliwa, M. – Nursery space in shaping the identity of a child: a comparative ethnographic study
  16. Rone, S. and Vidnere, M. – An innovative humanistic approach to analyzing students’ perceptions of the lesson
  17. Vidnere, M. and Rone, S. – Teachers’ socially-communicative competence qualities – promoters of professional innovative activities
  18. García-Vélez, T., Calmaestra Villén, J. González, C and Maldonado, A. – Qualitative evaluation of teachers with respect to the implementation of the project of cyber bullying prevention (TABBY) in their classes
  19. Jurgena, I. and Mikainis, Z. – The role of internet discussions in promoting the civic participation of young people in Latvian case studies
  20. Gładowska, E. – The origins of the crisis of the social and national identity as presented in ‘Howard’s End’ by Edward Morgan Forster
  21. Baloğlu, U. – ‘The Boy in the Striped Pyjamas’: Otherness through a child’s eyes
  22. Grabowski, A. and Sebastyanska-TArgowska, I. – Examining young Polish peoples’ personal sense of being citizens of Europe
  23. Michałek, J. and Rostowska, T. – Parents’ labour migration: the link between adolescents’ perceptions of parental attitudes and their personal identity in the area of school and occupation
  24. Pratas, H. – Innovative practices of global education in a changing world
  25. Ross, A. – Constructing identities in some former Yugoslav states: Slovenia, Croatia and Macedonia. Moving across borders, crossing boundaries: Young people’s identities in a time of change (5)
  26. Ross, A. – Kaleidoscopic identities: young people ten years into the European Union
  27. Liduma, A. – Citizenship promotion opportunities: reflections on the Comenius project ‘Me and My Europe: Intercultural Challenges of Modern Pre-primary Education’
  28. Katsillis, M. – Ethnomathematics, language and immigrant children
  29. Huang, M-L – Constructing a citizenship community: identity, inclusion or exclusion
  30. O’Connor, S. – Lost in migration: barriers to the social integration of first generation immigrant students in Irish second level education
  31. Sotiropoulou, P. – Educational achievement of ethnic minorities
  32. Harnett, P. – Innovative approaches to preparing children on the autistic spectrum to be citizens of the twenty-first century
  33. Muldoon, R. and Wijeyewardene, I. – Reaching the finishing line: some outcomes and results of online enabling education
  34. Toming, H. – Attitudes towards risk factors and the means of avoiding dropping out of school amongst female students in special schools
  35. Marchenoka, M., Chehlova, Z. and Vogule, G. – Development of a tolerant personality as an objective need of the modern civil society
  36. Marchenoka, M., Chehlova, Z. and Vogule, G. – Teenagers’ personal identity as a problem of the socialization process in a modern society
  37. Dancs, K. – National symbols in Hungarian sixth graders’ history textbooks
  38. Nasim Riaz, N. – Ethnicity, young people and ‘othering’. ‘It’s like we don’t exist’: transitions from school to nowhere