The fourth annual EWC Statement Series publication is now available, with recent research on human rights and education for democratic citizenship. The collection of statements highlights recent and ongoing research activities by scholars and other education professionals within a booklet available in printed and online.
The EWC Statement Series Fourth Issue is available for download here. Articles include:
- Service Learning: Education’s Most Powerful Civic Pedagogy By Caryn McTighe Musil, Senior Scholar and Director of Civic Learning and Democracy Initiatives, Association of American Colleges and Universities
- Service-learning in German schools: A promising way to get youth involved – in active learning and in civic engagement By Carla Gellert, Assistant program manager for "Service-Learning - Lernen durch Engagement" at Freudenberg Stiftung & Sandra Zentner, project manager for "Service-Learning - Lernen durch Engagement" at Freudenberg Stiftung.
- Transnational social spaces and its impact on teacher education By Prof. Dr. phil. Doris Edelmann
- Critical Studies in Whiteness and Racialization: Seeking Social Justice in and through Education by Dr. Paul R. Carr
If you would like more information or to write a statement, please contact Claudia Lenz.