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Vol. 19 No. 4 (2020): Global education at crossroads
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Dalila P. Coelho, University of Porto, Portugal

João Caramelo, University of Porto, Portugal

Mehmet Açıkalın, Istanbul University - Cerrahpasa, Turkey

 

This edition of JSSE is dedicated to global education in Europe, and discusses challenges faced by this field based on the contribution of critical, postcolonial and decolonial perspectives. The authors explore how the influence of historical legacies and systemic issues, the role and challenges of pedagogical experiences and teacher training regarding issues like colonialism, peace, human rights and sustainable development, and also alternative research methodologies in global education. The texts included in this issue exemplify several “crossroads” faced by global education, at the epistemological and conceptual levels, as well as pedagogical, methodological and political.

Published: 2020-12-18
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We are very happy to inform you about our new issue of the Journal of Social Science Education (JSSE): JSSE 2020-4: Global education at crossroads

This edition of JSSE is dedicated to global education in Europe, and discusses challenges faced by this field based on the contribution of critical, postcolonial and decolonial perspectives.

Italy: JSSE listed as A Level Journal at National Agency for the Evaluation of Universities and Research Institutes.

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Edwards, D. Brent Jr. (2019): Global Education Policy, impact evaluations, and alternatives. The political economy of knowledge production.

Democracy and Education (John Dewey 1916)– a commentary and a handbook

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