Search results for: Zyngier David
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This article analyses pre-service education student perceptions and perspectives related to education for democracy in Australia. The article begins by outlining the concepts of thick and thin democracy and why this is important in relation to contemporary debates about the state of civics and citizenship education, and then explains the conceptual framework of critical pedagogy and methodology. The datum analysed is discussed in relation to neoliberalism and indicates that the pre-service teachers in this study view democracy in a narrow or thin way that may impact on their classroom practice where they would be teaching about but not for democracy.
Updated: Sep. 04, 2017
Student engagement has been identified as an important precursor to student learning. Engagement, especially in the middle years, is now at the centre of mainstream education discussion and debate. Three contesting epistemological constructions of student engagement are identified.
Updated: Jan. 26, 2009
Listening to teachers-listening to students: substantive conversations about resistance, empowerment and engagement
The article explores research regarding pedagogies of engagement that challenge traditional assumptions and understanding. Examinations of student engagements are identified through contesting and resisting voices of teachers and students. The author suggests empowerment and resistant pedagogy as tools for the attainment of social justice and academic achievement.
Updated: Mar. 06, 2008