NECE

Workshop 2

Learning Environment – School

5.9.2011
As a learning environment, school formally affords the opportunity to reach educationally disadvantaged young people with citizenship education. To do this, however, it is necessary to find appealing formats and approaches that are able to generate positive learning experiences in order to discern and promote capabilities and skills of the educationally disadvantaged in schools. The workshop presented good practice projects and invites participants to exchange views and to network.

Input

Project Presentations


"Transforming children into agents of change": The project aims at exploring the effects of learning, on children in state schools, of radical school models of practice based on rights and democratic participation.
presented by Michael Newman, Summerhill School (UK)
"Citizenship education in multicultural schools: Results of a Project in Berlin and Stuttgart"
presented by Christoph Müller-Hofstede, Federal Agency for Civic Education & Siamak Ahmadi & Katharina Müller, Dialog Moderators of the project (Germany)

Moderation

: Alicja Pacewicz, Center for Citizenship Education (Poland)

Rapporteur

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