Promoting Children's Rights in European Schools: Intercultural Dialogue and Facilitative Pedagogy

Federico Farini*, Claudio Baraldi, Erica Joslyn, Angela Scollan, Vittorio Iervese, Luisa Conti, Chiara Ballestri

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Abstract

Promoting Children's Rights in European Schools explores how facilitators, teachers and educators can adopt and use a dialogic methodology to solicit children's active participation in classroom communication. The book draws on a research project, funded by the European Commission (Erasmus +, Key-action 3, innovative education), coordinated by the University of Modena and Reggio Emilia, Italy, with the partnership of the University of Suffolk, UK, and the University of Jena, Germany.
The author team bring together the analysis of activities in 48 classes involving at least 1000 children across England, Germany and Italy. These activities have been analysed in relation to the sociocultural context of the involved schools and children, a facilitative methodology and the use of visual materials in the classroom, and engaging children in active participation and the production of their own narratives. Each chapter looks at reflection on practice, outcomes, and reaction to facilitation of both teachers and children, drawing out the complex comparative lessons within and between classrooms across the three countries.
Original languageEnglish
Place of PublicationLondon
PublisherBloomsbury Academic
Number of pages240
ISBN (Print)9781350217782
Publication statusAccepted/In press - 2021

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