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History, Geography and Civics provides an in-depth and engaging introduction to teaching and learning socio-environmental education from F-6 in Australia and New Zealand. It explores the centrality of socio-environmental issues to all aspects of life and education and makes explicit links between pedagogical theories and classroom activities. Part I introduces readers to teaching and learning history, geography and environmental studies, and civics and citizenship, as well as issues in intercultural and global education. Part II explores the use of media and sources, values and attitudes, assessment and creative teaching. Each chapter provides links to the Australian Curriculum, including cross-curriculum priorities: sustainability, Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander education, and Asia and Australia's engagement with Asia. History, Geography and Civics encourages the reader to consider their own beliefs, values and attitudes in relation to their teaching and includes provocations and reflective questions to foster discussion and engagement.Read more
- Features provocations and reflective questions to foster discussion and engagement
- Activities and further reading lists are incorporated throughout, with supplementary resources available at a companion website
- Written in an engaging style which encourages readers to draw upon their own beliefs, values and attitudes in relation to their teaching
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- Date Published: October 2013
- format: Paperback
- isbn: 9781107617735
- length: 200 pages
- dimensions: 249 x 176 x 11 mm
- weight: 0.39kg
- availability: In stock
Table of Contents
Part I. Content Areas:
1. Education, the socio-environmental world and child
2. Teaching history
3. Planetary citizenship: geography and sustainability education
4. Civics and citizenship education
5. Intercultural education
6. A world of difference: globalisation and education
Part II. Processes:
7. Creative teaching and assessment practices
8. Teaching values
9. Using the media
10. Bringing it home and taking it out.
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