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Examining the value of, and possible content for global citizenship curriculum for junior students
Diana H. Prentice
Written in English
A theoretical review of recent writings on the subject of Global Citizenship is included, and the implications used as a guide in the development of proposed Global Citizenship activities.In addition, existing Citizenship Education curricula here in Canada, and in other parts of the Western world, are examined, in order to establish the state of Citizenship Education worldwide.The objective of this thesis is to develop curriculum for Global Citizenship Education for the Junior grades, and to empirically test the activities developed. An analysis is made of the students" response to the activities, and some conclusions reached pertinent to the viability and benefits of teaching Global Citizenship Education to Junior students. In the early twenty-first century, existing Citizenship Education, which is focused on the nation state, is shown to have become inadequate and problematic. Simultaneously a convergence of forces---scientific, political, environmental, social, moral, and legal---indicates that Global Citizenship is an idea whose time has come.
|Statement||by Diana H. Prentice.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||vii, 227 leaves :|
|Number of Pages||227|
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