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    Paulo Freire and Moral Education.Wiel Veugelers - 2017 - Journal of Moral Education 46 (4):410-411.
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    The Moral in Paulo Freire’s Educational Work: What Moral Education Can Learn From Paulo Freire.Wiel Veugelers - 2017 - Journal of Moral Education 46 (4):412-421.
    The Brazilian pedagogue Paulo Freire had a great influence on theory and practice of education across the world. Freire presented his theory and work as educational and political, not as moral. In this article, the legacy of Paulo Freire will be analysed from a moral education perspective. Nine pedagogical principles will be presented and the changes he contributed in different academic disciplines will be analysed. We conclude that in particular, his focus on social justice, empowerment and transformation can make moral (...)
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    Guiding Classroom Discussions for Democratic Citizenship Education.Jaap Schuitema, Hester Radstake, Janneke van de Pol & Wiel Veugelers - 2017 - Educational Studies 44 (4):377-407.
    Classroom discussion is frequently proposes as an essential part of democratic citizenship education. Literature, however, pays little attention to what kind of discussion is most effective and how teachers can facilitate a discussion. This study aims to contribute to the development of a framework for analysing the characteristics of classroom discussions and the different roles teachers can adopt in guiding a discussion on controversial issues. In addition, we investigated how the way teachers guide the discussion is related to the structure (...)
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    Multicultural Contacts in Education: A Case Study of an Exchange Project Between Different Ethnic Groups.Jaap Schuitema & Wiel Veugelers - 2011 - Educational Studies 37 (1):101-114.
    One important aim of citizenship education is learning to deal with cultural diversity. To this end, schools organise exchange projects to bring students into contact with different social and cultural groups. The aim of this study is to investigate the effects of intergroup contact in educational settings and to understand what the most favourable conditions are. The paper discusses a case study on an exchange between 10th‐grade students of Surinamese and Dutch‐Antillean backgrounds from an Amsterdam suburb with native Dutch students (...)
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