DepartmentTeaching and Learning
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AbstractThis special issue of the Journal of Research in Curriculum and Instruction was developed to disseminate current research within global citizenship education in light of the confusions in theory and inaction in practice in the field. In this special issue, guest editors and authors from Canada, Scotland, Japan, Korea, and the United States consider the competing demands placed on, and opportunities available to educators concerned with global citizenship education. Data has been collected across local, national, international, and virtual spaces utilizing qualitative and quantitative research methods to provide an insightful look into the nature of global citizenship education inside and outside of K-16 contexts. The findings of these papers call attention to innovations and frustrating gaps in the field.
CitationTimothy Patterson and Yoonjung Choi (2016). Global Citizenship Education: New Pathways in Practice. Journal of Research in Curriculum Instruction, 20( 3), 169- 172.
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Has partJournal of Research in Curriculum & Instruction, Vol. 30, No. 3
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