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|Title: ||Teacher and trainer training in education for democratic citizenship: competencies, methods and processes|
|Authors: ||Salema, Maria Helena|
|Keywords: ||Formação de professores|
Educação para a cidadania
|Issue Date: ||2005|
|Citation: ||Salema, M.H. (2005). Teacher and trainer training in education for democratic citizenship: competencies, methods and processes. Journal of Social Science Education, 3-2005: Special Edition - European Year of Citizenship through Education.|
|Abstract: ||This article presents guidelines for the development of teachers' competencies and for adequate and efficient methods and processes for Education for Democratic Citizenship. These guidelines are laid out in detail in chapters 3 and 4 of Tool on Teacher Training for Education for Democratic Citizenship and Human Rights Education, by Rolf Gollob, Edward Huddleston, Peter Kraft, Maria-Helena Salema and Vedrana Spajic-Vrkas, edited by Edward Huddleston.
The purpose of this tool is to draw the attention of policy makers in the member states to the importance of teacher training for EDC and HRE and its implications for both policy and practice. It contains four chapters dealing with the following issues: the need for teacher training; support structures and mechanisms in teacher training for EDC; teacher competencies, education for values, dispositions and attitudes; processes and methods in teaching and training. authority.
This Tool 3 on Teacher Training for Education for Democratic Citizenship and Human Rights Education is an instrument prepared for the ear 2005. It is included in the EDC Pack, which is a collection of practical instruments specifically designed to provide support to all those involved in education. It has four main goals:
•To raise awareness of EDC and encourage reflection on the role of education in promoting EDC and HRE;
•To communicate coherent EDC policies, strategies and approaches that are based on current actions and practices;
•To stimulate discussion, debate and action on new methods and directions for EDC and HRE policies and practices, including the democratic governance of educational institutions;
•To build capacity for EDC by providing an instrument that supports the development of effective EDC policies and practices at all levels and sectors of the education system.
The EDC Pack has been prepared as a follow-up to the Council of Europe's All-European Study on EDC Policy Making, which found that there is a significant 'compliance gap' in member states between EDC policy making and actual practices. The EDC Pack provides documents, strategies and approaches that are intended to help bridge policy and practice. The EDC Pack is a coherent instrument that is made up of a series of tools and documents, which address the development and implementation of policy and practice for EDC and HRE across all education sectors.|
|Description: ||Ver também: http://www.coe.int/t/dg4/education/edc/Source/Pdf/Documents/2004_%20%2044rev5_17%20sept%202007_TT%20Tool%203%20Appendix%209_en.pdf|
|Peer Reviewed: ||yes|
|Publisher version: ||http://www.jsse.org/2005/2005-3/salema-teacher-and-trainer-training-in-education-for-democratic-citizenship-competencies|
|Appears in Collections:||FC-DE-CIE-GIEDF - Artigos em Revistas Internacionais|
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