Global Values Education: Teaching Democracy and Peace (Globalisation #7) (Paperback)
Foreword. Preface; Joseph Zajda. Acknowledgements. Contributors. Introduction. Section I: main trends and policy issues. 1. Globalisation, Social Capital and Values: The Case of the Pacific Basin, William K. Cummings. 2. Different Perspectives on Values and Citizenship Education; H l ne Leenders and Wiel Veugelers. 3. Globalisation, Values and Human Rights for Cultural Diversity; J. J. Smolicz and Margaret Secombe. 4. Peace Education as Cosmpolitan and Deliberative Democratic Pedagogy; Klas Roth. 5. Education in Values through Children's Literature, Santiego Nieto Martin. Section II: Global pedagogies. 6. A Global Imperative of Teaching Multiculturalism in Florida's Schools; Anna Kochan. 7. Learning to Be in the 21st century: Its evolving meaning and implication in the classroom pedagogy; Marie-Laure Mimoun-Sorel. 8. Academic Freedom in England and Germany: A Comparative Perspective; Rosamunde F.J. Becker. 9. Education as a Method of Re-orienting Values; Madeleine Mattarozzi Laming. 10. Cultural Diversity and its Recognition in Public Universities: Fairness, Utility and Inclusion; Geoffrey Brahm Levey. Index.