Questioning Education

Book


Young, H and Shah, H (2008). Questioning Education. London DEA.
AuthorsYoung, H and Shah, H
Abstract

• Global learning means that education should put learning in a global context, fostering:
• critical and creative thinking,
• self-awareness and open-mindedness towards difference,
• understanding of global issues and power relationships, and
• optimism and action for a better world.
• Global learning in primary and secondary schools is needed for the future of both pupils and society. We live in a globalised and fast changing world with global challenges ranging from migration to climate change.

Year2008
PublisherDEA
Publication dates
Print01 Jul 2008
Publication process dates
Deposited27 Jun 2018
Place of publicationLondon
Publisher's version
License
CC BY 4.0
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