2 edition of Intercultural education through social studies. found in the catalog.
Intercultural education through social studies.
Pittsburgh School District. Dept. of Curriculum Study and Research.
by Dept. of Curriculum Study and Research, The Board of Public Education in Pittsburgh, Pa
Written in English
|LC Classifications||CB199 .P543|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||245 p. incl. front. (map)|
|Number of Pages||245|
|LC Control Number||46023157|
In Cushner, K. (Ed.), International Perspectives on Intercultural Education, pp. Ball, A. F. (). Multicultural strategies for education and social change: Carriers of the torch in the United States and South Africa, pp. Week SPRING BREAK. Week International Approaches to Intercultural Education: Mexico, Canada, and USA. Within education studies, related disciplines started to use the term citizenship as well. In social studies research, for example, scholars have focused on curriculum content, on classroom activities like deliberation (Parker, ), and on teaching about controversial issues.
Discusses aspects of cultural understanding, particularly intercultural understanding, and addresses the development of cultural understanding through geography. Argues that textbooks and other secondary sources should present information about places and communities as changing and contested. Examines five primary geography textbook series and provides recommendations for preparing secondary. critical intercultural education that will lead to a complete change in the way we encounter the formation of identity. Critical Intercultural Education. Conceptual Definition Intercultural Education is the answer of the educational system in Greece to the changes occurring within the socio-cultural framework.
Intercultural education promotes the understanding of different people and cultures. It includes teachings that accept and respect the normality of diversity in all areas of life. It makes every effort to sensitize the learner to the notion that we have naturally developed in different ways. Lastly, combining social studies themes and skills with excerpts from relevant works of literature complicates traditionally fact-oriented narratives of social studies.
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tural Education at the University of Washington, Seattle. Professor Banks is a past president of the American Educational Research Association and of the National Council for the Social Studies.
He is a specialist in social studies education and multicultural education and has written widely in these fields.
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