Helping teachers address citizenship education efficiently, this title is linked to the non-statutory Framework for PSHE and Citizenship in the National Curriculum. It provides lesson plans, photocopiable resource sheets and ideas for discussion and extension work. It also gives guidance on using the lesson plans, Flipover Books and Photopacks.
This work shows how the content and the pedagogy of the secondary history curriculum can contribute to the teaching of citizenship in schools. It also examines how the proposed content of the curriculum for citizenship can be addressed through history.
'Education with character' is the latest 'buzzphrase', but until now there's been no real concensus on some of the key issues. This book addresses the gap, adopting a cross-disciplinary approach to the matters in hand.
Offers guidance for those who need to know why and how career learning and development should be planned, developed and delivered effectively to meet the needs of young people. This book provides a framework for career education conducive with the realities of lifelong learning, enterprise, flexibility and resilience in a dynamic world.
Part 1: Business and Economics in a Changing World; The changing curriculum; The reform of 14-19 education and training; E-learning in business and economics; Citizenship and business education; Part 2: Teaching and Learning; Teaching, learning and assess
Offers a discussion of moral education in the light of a range of ethical theories. This volume addresses contemporary issues and controversies such as morality and citizenship, family values, sexual morality.
The Primary Teacher's Guide to: series provides detailed subject knowledge for teachers to aid professional development. This title covers the elements of primary financial education that teachers need to know by focusing on 'real-world' maths skills, understanding the monetary and banking systems and practical enterprise activities.
A guide to citizenship education which challenges teachers to enable pupils to make a difference to themselves and to society. It introduces the central themes of the citizenship curriculum and evaluates the success of a number of delivery methods being used throughout the UK.
Outlines the useful elements of teaching Citizenship. This book covers teaching and learning Citizenship; planning to teach Citizenship; implementing whole school initiatives; and, assessment in Citizenship education, and much more.
This updated edition of Understanding social citizenship provides an understanding of citizenship in relation to UK, EU and global welfare institutions. The second edition contains new topical sections on 'Cameron's Conservatism' and the EU and A8/10 migration in the UK.
This text supports student teachers, NQTs and practitioners in implementing the Citizenship Order in secondary schools - to be introduced in September 2002. The authors provide an intellectual challenge, examples and strategies.
Citizenship, both the subject and the practice, should be a bridge between the vocational aims of education and education for its own sake...not all of life is productive: there is leisure, there is culture, both of which active citizens can defend, indeed enhance.
Offers a critical approach to notions of children's citizenship. Drawing on different disciplinary perspectives and including contributions by leading scholars, this book makes connections between theoretical approaches, representations of childhood, the experiences of children themselves, legal instruments, policies and their implementation.
An exploration of how the issues of extremism and terrorism should be addressed and taught in schools. It is suitable for students studying education at undergraduate and postgraduate level looking to engage with the philosophical, sociological and political issues discussed and the resulting curriculum and pedagogical debates.