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Citizenship Teaching and Learning (02/11/2015)

Citizenship Teaching and Learning is now published by Intellect (http://www.intellectbooks.co.uk/journals/view-Journal,id=193/). Back issues up to 2009 can still be accessed through these pages.

Citizenship Teaching and Learning: Call for Guest Edited Special Issues (20/02/2014)

The international journal Citizenship Teaching and Learning (publishes three issues a year with one of those a special issue dedicated to an important theme or subject in citizenship education. Brief proposals (2-4 pages) for special issues are welcome. These should include proposed guest editors, a description of the themes or subjects to be addressed, some sense of why they are important to civic education, a plan to secure quality submissions either through invitation to particular authors or a more general call for submissions, a schedule with proposed due dates from call to final submissions, and an outline of how the peer review process will be managed. Please send proposals to Alan Sears at asears@unb.ca.  

Citizenship Teaching and Learning (09/07/2013)

Citizenship Teaching and Learning (formerly International Journal of Citizenship Teaching and Learning) has been published by intellect since 2010. Copies of the journal from 2005-2009 can be found here, by following the link to international journals. To find out more about the journal, to subscribe, to submit a paper and for details of the editorial and advisory boards visit the Citizenship Teaching and Learning home page on the intellect website.

Citizenship Teaching and Learning (16/09/2011)

Citizenship Teaching and Learning (formerly International Journal of Citizenship Teaching and Learning) has been published by intellect since 2010. Copies of the journal from 2005-2009 can be found here, by following the link to international journals. To find out more about the journal, to subscribe, to submit a paper and for details of the editorial and advisory boards visit the Citizenship Teaching and Learning home page on the intellect website.

Special Canadian Edition (07/12/2009)

Vol.5  No. 2 is a Special Canadian Edition gust edited by Professor Alan Sears, to download a copy click here

Special Edition - Available soon (17/11/2009)

The December Issue is a special Canadian Issue, guest edited by Professor Alan Sears and will shortly be available.

Volume 5 No. 1 - June 2009 Issue (09/06/2009)

International Journal - Citizenship Teaching and Learning Volume 5 No. 1 is now available.  click here to access the journal

December 2008 issue (Vol 4 No 2) now available (19/05/2009)

The December 2008 issue of the citizED journal 'Citizenship Teaching and Learning' is guest edited by Professor Cathie Holden (UK)).  Professor Holden's research interests are in education for citizenship, with particular reference to the views of children and young people and teaching and learning about global issues.

Click this link for the latest edition.

The June 2009 edition will be available shortly

July 2008 Issue (21/07/2008)

Vol 4 No 1. This issue is published to coincide with the 2008 citizED conference held at the University of Cambridge, UK.  This conference brings together the leading figures in citizenship education from around the world and provides an opportunity for collegial discussions and debate. This issue contains articles on citizenship, gender and poverty and looks at citizenship education in Canada, Pakistan and Japan.

Click here to download a pdf of this issue of the journal

Vol 3 No 2 - December 2007 Issue (20/09/2007)

'The December 2007 issue of the citizED journal 'Citizenship Teaching and Learning' is guest edited by Professor Judith Torney-Purta (USA). Professor Torney-Purta is well known for her very high profile contributions to citizenship education.

Click here to download a pdf of this issue of the journal

Vol 3 Number 1 now published (23/03/2007)

April 2007 Vol 3 Number 1    This issue contains papers on citizenship education in Australia, Canada, Hungary, Malawi, Singapore, Slovenia and the United Kingdom, and is launched at the 3rd citizED International Conference at the University of Sydney in April 2007.


The editorial and articles in this issue are presented as individual downloadable PDF files while the book reviews are collected together into a single PDF file. Please note that each PDF link opens in a new window. A free reader for the PDF format is available from this link.

International Conference 2007 (11/09/2006)

Details for the citizED international conference held in Sydney from 27th-29th April 2007. Please see Conferences.

Vol 2 Number 1 (July 2006 issue) (15/07/2006)

In the July 2006 issue (Vol 1 Number 1) of Citizenship Teaching and Learning we are delighted to present more high quality articles that cover a variety of issues, contexts and perspectives. Alan Sears and Andrew Hughes (Canada) discuss characterizations of education and indoctrination. This article provides an excellent fundamental review of the nature of citizenship education. Separate articles by Melinda Dooly (Spain) and Robert Osgood (USA) provide insights into what is happening in teacher education programmes and through careful reflection discuss issues relevant to those who work with beginning professionals. Mark Evans (Canada) on the basis of in-depth data collection and analysis provides insights into what secondary school citizenship teachers think and do in classrooms in Canada and England and suggests what issues need our attention in the future. Kerry Kennedy (Hong Kong) uses a careful analysis of data to reflect on the nature of the ‘new’ and ‘old&…

New title for E-Journal (09/03/2006)

As from July 2006 citizED's E-Journal will be renamed 'Citizenship Teaching and Learning' to better reflect the journal's audience and content.

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