Vol 2, No 1 (2008)

Table of Contents

Editors' Preface PDF
Vanessa Andreotti, Lynn Mario T. M. de Souza


Rewriting the foreign literature syllabus from the perspective of critical literacy Abstract PDF
Cielo Festino 6-15
Shifting the focus of development: turning ‘helping’ into self-reflexive learning Abstract PDF
Nancy Cook 16-26
Global citizenship and the cultural politics of benevolence Abstract PDF
David Jefferess 27-36
Tawhaki and Māui: critical literacy in indigenous epistemologies Abstract PDF
Garrick Cooper 37-42
Critical engagement with the historical and contemporary deficit construction of Māori children Abstract PDF
Fleur Harris 43-59
Mutual learning: the impact of a study visit course on teachers’ knowledge and understanding of global partnerships Abstract PDF
Fran Martin 60-75
Education for community cohesion: lowest common denominator or daring to be different? Abstract PDF
Laiz Chen, Clive Belgeonne 76-86

Practitioner Insights

The influence of development education in the social sciences learning area of the New Zealand curriculum Abstract PDF
Rachel Tallon 87-93

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