Citizenship Education and Global Migration Implications for Theory, Research, and Teaching
- Room 224, School of Education (Building R19)
- Social Sciences
Hosted jointly by The Jubilee Centre and the Centre for Research in Race and Education
- Professor James A. Banks, University of Washington, Seattle
- Professor James Arthur, Jubilee Centre, University of Birmingham
- Professor David Gillborn, CRRE, University of Birmingham
- Dr Claire E. Crawford, CRRE, University of Birmingham
- Professor Audrey Osler, University of Leeds & University College of South East Norway
- Professor Hugh Starkey, UCL Institute of Education
Citizenship Education and Global Migration Implications for Theory, Research, and Teaching, edited by James A. Bank, describes theory, research, and practice that can be used in civic education courses and programs to help students from marginalized and minoritized groups in nations around the world attain a sense of structural integration and political efficacy within their nation-states, develop civic participation skills, and reflective cultural, national, and global identities.
This groundbreaking book describes the problems that 18 nations around the world are experiencing trying to create and implement effective civic education programs for students from diverse racial, ethnic, cultural, and linguistic groups and case studies of effective ways that teachers and other educators are working to resolve these problems.
This free event will be followed by a reception. Please register online if you wish to attend.