Deakin Crick Ruth (dir.) (2005). A systematic review of the impact of citizenship education on student learning and achievement. London : EPPI-Centre. En ligne : <http://eppi.ioe.ac.uk/c ... =950&language=en-US>.
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BibTeX citation key: DeakinCrick2005a
Keywords: Ă©ducation civique
Creators: Deakin Crick
Publisher: EPPI-Centre (London)
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Citizenship education includes three strands: moral and social responsibility, community involvement and political literacy. This review explores the impact of citizenship education on student learning and achievement, and aims to identify the implications for teacher education, policy and practice.
What did we find?
Citizenship education can be applied to most areas of the curriculum through the development of learner-centred teaching and meaningful curricula. Such pedagogy is characterised by a facilitative, conversational approach. It can improve students' communication skills, academic achievement and higher order cognitive and intellectual development. It can engage students to think about the meaning of their personal stories and experiences, and lead to a greater participation in lessons. It can create a co-operative learning environment and lead to more positive self-concept.
This approach will require a change from traditional teaching methods and content, and teachers may need support in order to develop the expertise needed.
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