eBook Not Aliens: Primary School Children and the Citizenship/PSHE Curriculum download
by Hilary Claire
Author: Hilary Claire
Publisher: Trentham Books (January 14, 2002)
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Citizenship, Social and Economics Education". The Citizenship curriculum has been drawn up with little regard for the views and experiences of primary school children.
Citizenship, Social and Economics Education". Yet children have clear and often strong views about many issues with which Citizenship/PSHE is concerned - about friendship, family and the politics of family life, about gender and sex, race and ethnicity, and about the environment.
For example, Claire (2001) found that children were more reserved both on their own and in focus groups, and . Furthermore, as a social psychologist concerned with the impact of racism on the identities of children and teenagers, how do young people make sense of racism?
For example, Claire (2001) found that children were more reserved both on their own and in focus groups, and the presence of friends as " trustworthy others " were more likely to " permit disclosures of confidential material " (ibid, p. 9) and differences of opinion. I encouraged such differences as a way of highlighting the connections between identity and representation and hence the role of agency and subjectivity in the collaborative production of knowledge. The stories we tell are 'who we are'. Furthermore, as a social psychologist concerned with the impact of racism on the identities of children and teenagers, how do young people make sense of racism?
It also demonstrates the level of debate that is possible with young children. Not Aliens- is designed to help teachers get to grips with Citizenship education, and is of interest to anyone concerned with comparative education.
Hilary Claire was born in Erith on 4 November 1941, into a middle-class Jewish family. Not Aliens: primary school children and the citizenship/PSHE curriculum, 2001. Teaching Citizenship in Primary School, 2004. In 1942 the family educated to southern Africa, where her father came from. She was educated at Roedean School in Johannesburg and the University of Witwatersrand, where her mother was professor of French. Though she won an open exhibition to St Hugh's College, Oxford, she discontinued study there to return to South Africa and marry Ronnie Mutch. The Song Remembers When, South Africa, 2006.
Not aliens: Primary school children and the citizenship/PSHE curriculum. I hope we won’t have to understand racism one day : Problematising racialised difference in a British primary school. Stoke-on-Trent, England: Trentham Books. Brutal and stinking and difficult to handle : The historical and contemporary manifestations of racialisation, institutional racism and schooling in Britain. Race, Ethnicity and Education 7:35–56. CrossRefGoogle Scholar. Howarth, . and D Hook.
For any secondary school considering introducing circle time, this book makes a good case in its favour' - Youth in Mind. The circle time teaching strategy is used extensively and successfully in primary schools, but secondary settings often find it difficult to implement. In this book, the authors advise on how a circle time programme can be developed in secondary schools, involving both staff and students.
Not Aliens: Primary School Children and the Citizenship/PSHE Curriculum by Hilary Claire. The Continuum Encyclopedia of Children's Literature by Bernice E. Cullinan, Diane G. Person. Not Aliens: Primary School Children and the Citizenship/PSHE Curriculum by Hilary Claire (pp. 93-95). Person (pp. 102-104).
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Personal, social, health and economic (PSHE) education has in. .Citizenship, democracy and human rights. Careers and the world of work.
Personal, social, health and economic (PSHE) education has in various forms been part of the National Curriculum for schools in UK since 2000. Some aspects, but not all, have been compulsory. In Wales, the comparable element of the state school curriculum topic is Personal and Social Education (PSE). In Ireland, it is Social, Personal and Health education (SPHE).
Citizenship Education supports children in their personal development, equipping them to.Don Rowe is Director, Curriculum Resources at the Citizenship Foundation and a co-founder of the Foundation.
Citizenship Education supports children in their personal development, equipping them to investigate the wider social and economic world, and to develop personal aspirations for i. These benefits have the potential to become widespread across all schools if Citizenship is made statutory.