Living global citizenship: A new pedagogy for citizenship education
|Title||Living global citizenship: A new pedagogy for citizenship education|
|Publication Type||Journal Article|
|Year of Publication||2014|
|Journal||Educational Journal of Living Theories|
|Type of Article||living theory|
This multi-media account is based on the ideas in the book: International Educational Development and Learning through Sustainable Partnerships (Coombs, Potts & Whitehead, 2014). It traces the origins of Living Global Citizenship in a sustained international partnership between two schools and how this represents an academic leap from the concept of living educational theory. A set of pedagogical protocols are proposed as a practical guide for the development of Living Global Citizenship projects as a means of fulfilling the goal of providing meaningful citizenship education. I also explain why it is significant for those involved in international development work to engage in self-studies of their own influence in enquiries of the kind, ‘How do I improve what I am doing?’ in ways that avoid colonisation, but enable mutual negotiation and agreement of common values. Finally, I call for others to use living-global-citizenship as a standard of judgment to help to critically evaluate and strengthen this contribution to authentic knowledge.
|Short Title||Living global citizenship|