07 SES 12 C, Teaching the Common Values Democracy and Tolerance Educational Policy and Practice in the 28 EU Member States
Theoretical framework In the theoretical framework of the study the concepts of democracy and tolerance are crucial. We investigate these concepts and the variables that are relevant for examining how these values are embedded in the curriculum of secondary schools. Scheme Theoretical framework Teaching Common Values POLICY - Stimulation (discourse and conditions) - Steering (curriculum) - Room for autonomy I I I Teaching Common Values democracy and tolerance Whole school curriculum - value subject - values in subject - cross-curricular Dialogical teaching and learning Democratic school culture Inclusion - Diversity students - Diversity teachers I I I Local context - Teachers and their professional learning community - Local community - NGO’s Scheme democracy and tolerance 1. Democracy: Political participation; Democratic politics; Democratic society 2. Tolerance: Interpersonal relations; Tolerance towards cultural groups; Inclusive society 3. (Inter)national dimension: National orientation; International orientation
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