Vol 6, No 1 (2012)

Table of Contents

Editor's Preface: HEADS UP PDF
Vanessa Andreotti 1-3


Reading with and against a risky story: How a young reader helps enrich our understanding of critical literacy Abstract PDF
James S. Damico 4-14
The 'Me to We' Social Enterprise: Global Education as Lifestyle Brand Abstract PDF
David Jefferess 18-30
Othering and the construction of West - the description of two historical events in Finnish school textbooks Abstract PDF
Pia Mikander 31-45
Communicative Competences and Language Learning in an Ecological Perspective. The Triple Contexts of Participation and Language Learning from Childhood to Adulthood Abstract PDF
Jeppe Bundsgaard, Anna Vibeke Lindø, Jørgen Christian Bang 46-57

Position Papers

Challenging global citizenship through interculturality: Crossing borders and practicing solidarity PDF
Nina Vodopivec 58-63

Practitioner Insights

Gaps and Silences: Perceptions, Practice and Policy of Critical Literacy Abstract PDF
Alasdair Gordon Reid 64-74
Response to 'Gaps and Silences' Abstract PDF
Michelle Nicolson, Ashley Last, Nadja Widell 75-79


Learning to Read the World? Teaching and Learning about Global Citizenship and International Development in Post Primary Schools. By Audrey Bryan & Meliosa Bracken PDF
Fionnuala Waldron 80-84

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