Teaching for Democratic Citizenship
James Lorimer & Company, 1. jan. 1991 - 202 sider
In this book, Osborne extends his work in Educating Citizens and takes the reader through the work of modern pedagogies and the most recent research on effective teaching. He focuses particularly on "discovery learning," "critical pedagogy" and a "feminist pedagogy" - drawing from a wide range of classroom practice -- and builds on this foundation the key elements of an approach to teaching in which democratic citizenship is the core of student experience.
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