Theories, Practices, Policies- Foreword by Indira V. Samarasekera
Edited By Lynette Shultz, Ali A. Abdi and George H. Richardson
TABLE OF CONTENTS
Foreword vii Indira V. Samarasekera Acknowledgments viii 1. Global Citizenship Education and the Role of the Academy: A Critical Introduction 1 Lynette Shultz, Ali A. Abdi, George H. Richardson T H E O RIE S AN D C ON C EP T UALI Z A TI ON S O F G C E 2. Engaging the Multiple Discourses of Global Citizenship Education within a Canadian University: Deliberation, Contestation, and Social Justice Possibilities 13 Lynette Shultz 3. De-Monoculturalizing Global Citizenship Education: The Need for Multicentric Intentions and Practices 25 Ali A. Abdi 4. Toward Global Citizenship: Implications for Internationalization of the Curriculum in Canadian Higher Education 40 Shibao Guo, Mackie Chase 5. The Global Community: Linked by Living on One Planet 53 Margaret-Ann Armour 6. Bridging (Representations of) the “Global Present” with the Life-World of the Classroom: Researching toward “Learning to Teach” Global Citizenship Education 64 Paul Tarc 7. Rethinking Citizenship Education in Higher Education Institutions through the Lens of Critical Pedagogy: Educating the Local and Global Emancipated Citizen 76 Ranilce Guimaraes-Iosif C U RRI C U L U M I S S U E S A N D P R OGR A MS 8. “It’s Overwhelming and Hard to Articulate”: Analyzing Student Narratives of an International Global Citizenship Education Field Experience 95 George Richardson, Lucy De Fabrizio, Kwasi Ansu-Kyeremeh 9. Global Citizenship and the Environment: Embracing Life in All Its Forms 108 Naomi Krogman, Lee Foote 10. Parallaxes and Paradoxes of Global Citizenship: Critical Reflections and Possibilities of Praxis in/through...
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