SandstrĂ¶m Kjellin Margareta, Stier Jonas & Einarson Tanja et al. (2010). Â« Pupils' voices about citizenship education : Case studies in Finland, Sweden and England Â». European Journal of Teacher Education, vol. 33, nÂ° 2, mai, p. 201–218. En ligne : <http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/02619761003631823>.
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BibTeX citation key: SandstromKjellin2010
Keywords: Angleterre, Ă©ducation civique, Finlande, SuĂ¨de
Creators: Asunta, Davies, Einarson, SandstrĂ¶m Kjellin, Stier
Collection: European Journal of Teacher Education
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"The aim of the article is to present and discuss a study in which Finnish, English and Swedish pupilsâ€™ understanding of citizenship education with regard to: (a)political literacy; and (b) attitudes and values was explored. The study was a crossnational, multiple case study and data were collected through 18 focus group dialogues with 15-year-old pupils. Results showed that English pupils were much more well-informed about rights and responsibilities than their Nordic counterparts and also more skilled rhetorically, but appeared less accustomed to open and confident relationships with adults than the Swedish pupils. Finnish pupils did not seem to be encouraged to talk; instead they kept their thoughts and feelings to themselves. One conclusion, among others, was that the study
illuminates conditions for the development of a so-called key competence â€“ i.e.,"interpersonal, intercultural, social and civic competence"."
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