Development Education in Policy and Practice
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Development education is a radical form of learning that addresses the structural causes of poverty and injustice in the global North and South. This volume debates development education practice and the policy environment in which it is delivered. It affirmatively points to the transformative power of education as a means toward social change.
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Product details

  • Hardback | 310 pages
  • 144.78 x 218.44 x 27.94mm | 566.99g
  • Basingstoke, United Kingdom
  • English
  • 2014 ed.
  • XX, 310 p.
  • 1137324651
  • 9781137324658
  • 1,620,211

Table of contents

Foreword: Global Learning in Europe: Looking Back and Moving Forward'; Helmuth Hartmeyer 1. Introduction: Transformative Learning in the Age of Neo-liberalism; Stephen McCloskey PART I: SOFT VERSUS CRITICAL DEVELOPMENT EDUCATION 2. Soft versus Critical Global Citizenship Education; Vanessa de Oliveira Andreotti 3. Learning to Read the World? Educating for 'Active (Global) Citizenship' in the Formal Curriculum; Audrey Bryan 4. Typologies of Development Education: From Learning About Development to Critical Global Pedagogy; Douglas Bourn 5. Critical thinking and Development Education: How do we develop meta-cognitive capacities?; Roland Tormey PART II: DEVELOPMENT EDUCATION SECTORS 6. Young People and Development: The Role of Global Youth Work in Engagement and Learning; Paul Adams 7. Moving Beyond Boundaries: Development Education in Initial Teacher Education; Fionnuala Waldron 8. Strengthening Development Education Practice in the Higher Education Sector: Reimagining research; Su-ming Khoo PART III: DEVELOPMENT EDUCATION & SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT 9. Striking A Faustian Bargain? Development Education, Education for Sustainable Development and the Economic Growth Agenda; David Selby and Fumiyo Kagawa 10. Development Education and Climate Change; Glenn Strachan Part IV: NEW DEVELOPMENT PARADIGMS: LESSONS FOR DEVELOPMENT EDUCATION 11. Groping Towards a New Future: Educating for Paradigm Change; Peadar Kirby 12. New Paradigms for Social Transformation in Latin America; Ronaldo Munck 13. Political Society and Subaltern Social Movements (SSM) in India: Implications for Development/Global Education; Dip Kapoor 14. The Deglobalisation Paradigm: A Critical Discourse on Alternatives; Dorothy Grace Guerrero PART V: DEVELOPMENT EDUCATION'S SHIFTING POLICY LANDSCAPE 15. Development Education in a European Context; Gerard McCann 16. Beyond the MDGs: Toward a new Development Framework; Mwangi Waituru 17. Conclusion: Whither Development Education in a Shifting Policy Landscape?; Stephen McCloskey
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"With a radical pedagogy rooted in the global South which has increasing traction in education systems in the global North, development education has long deserved a comprehensive treatment that assesses the full breadth of its practice. This overdue collection is therefore most welcome and makes a passionate and persuasive case for more global learning in formal and informal education, particularly in the aftermath of the financial crisis which has brought greater poverty and inequality to the door of the global North. This text considers development education practice in a range of educational settings and analyses the policy context in which it is delivered. It is an essential guide to education practitioners committed to bringing transformative agendas to their teaching and learning" -Denis O'Hearn, Professor of Sociology, Binghamton University, New York
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About Stephen McCloskey

Stephen McCloskey, Centre for Global Education, UK Vanessa de Oliveira Andreotti, University of Oulu, Finland Audrey Bryan, St. Patrick's College, Drumcondra, Ireland Douglas Bourn, Development Education Research Centre, UK Roland Tormey, Ecole polytechnique federale de Lausanne, Switzerland Paul Adams, University of East London, UK Fionnuala Waldron, St Patrick's College, Drumcondra, Ireland Su-ming Khoo, National University of Ireland David Selby, Sustainability Frontiers, Canada Fumiyo Kagawa, Sustainability Frontiers, Canada Glenn Strachan, South Bank University, UK Peadar Kirby, University of Limerick, Ireland Ronaldo Munck, Dublin City University, Ireland Dip Kapoor, University of Alberta Dorothy Grace Guerrero, Focus on the Global South, Thailand Gerard McCann, St. Mary's University College, Ireland Mwangi Waituru, SEED Institute, Kenya
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