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Theme: Education widens democracy – or?
(side 8-17)
av Nel Noddings
This is an argument for restoring and extending the best models of the comprehensive high school with the inclusion of fine academic, vocational, and commercial programs. I argue that, with ...
(side 18-31)
av Gert Biesta
In this paper I take up the question of the relationship between democracy and inclusion. I present the deliberative turn in democratic theory as an attempt to overcome 'external exclusion ...
(side 32-36)
av Lars Løvlie
The article proposes that we counter the current formalism in education with a renewed focus on a pedagogy of place, that is, pedagogy from the point of view of existential ...
(side 38-53)
av Catherine A. Odora Hoppers
The link between education and democracy is not always obvious. Education does widen democracy by providing a sustainable site in which future citizens can be exposed to notions about society ...
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(side 77-100)
av Veslemøy Rydland
Rydland, Veslemøy: How one Turkish-speaking girl came to express her own voice in a Norwegian-speaking playgroup. Nordisk Pedagogik, Vol. 27, pp. 00‑00. Oslo. ISSN 0901-8050. Pretend play has been highlighted as ...
(side 100-110)
av Gunnar Grepperud
Fulfilling the vision of lifelong learning primarily presupposes an autonomous individual that is aware of and able to develop relevant learning abilities. A learning/centred approach like this implies analyzing ...
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