Competencies for educators in citizenship education and the development of identity in first and second cycle programmes. Volume 1
Rami, Justin and Lalor, John and Berg, Wolfgang and Lorencovic, Jan and Lorencovicova, Eva and Oñate, Concepción Maiztegui and Elm, Annika (2006) Competencies for educators in citizenship education and the development of identity in first and second cycle programmes. Volume 1. Project Report. CiCe Institute for Policy Studies in Education, London. ISBN 1899764712
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These two booklets are structured as Volumes 1 & 2. The
working team responsible for researching and writing them
come from five member states within the European Union:
Czech Republic, Germany, Ireland, Spain & Sweden.
This book explores which specific competencies in Citizenship Education and Identity might be included in 1st & 2nd cycle courses that educate/train professionals who will work with children/young people.
A secondary aspect of the booklets was to show how the
‘Tuning Principles’1 could be applied to develop Specific
Competencies for undergraduate and graduate cycle
programmes that relate to Citizenship Education & Identity
with respect to young people.
Volume One takes a wider, theoretical and more sociological
perspective primarily relating to the Bologna Process and the Tuning Principles in a European and National context. It also examines the broader concepts of Teacher Education relating to Citizenship and Identity.
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