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Experiencing the World.
Global Learning in Austria: Developing, Reaching Out, Crossing Borders.
Münster [u.a.]
The fields of Global Learning and Development Education in Europe have developed considerably over the last two decades. Governments, NGOs and educators in European countries now talk about the right of all people to access quality global learning. Meanwhile, little exists by way of systematic documentation or comprehensive histories of global education.

Dr. Hartmeyer's book responds to this problem. It provides an in-depth practitioner reflection on the history of global learning in Austria. It also gives a clear rationale and an impassioned plea for an educational response to issues of global interdependence and development. The methodology used is exemplary for the development of histories of global education in other countries.

This book will be of interest to students of education, to NGOs active in the field, to policy-makers, and to educators interested in the fields of globalisation, education theory and policy, and the role of history in educational change.

This volume is published in association with GENE - GLOBAL EDUCATION NETWORK EUROPE. GENE is the European network of national Ministries and Agencies with responsibility for global and development education. It promotes quality and improvement in global education in Europe through networking, policy learning, peer review, and research.

Inhaltsverzeichnis :

A Note on Translation

Escorting words
Annette Scheunpflug
Liam Wegimont
Douglas Bourn

1 Introduction
1.1 Subject of Investigation: Global Learning in Austria
1.2 Methodological Approach
1.3 The Development of the Research Intentions
1.4 Relationship between Research and Practice

2.1 Conceptual Roots
2.1.1 The Development of the Discourse before 1991
2.1.2 Developments in Various Related Areas of Education
2.1.3 Development in the International German-Speaking Discourse
2.2 Development of the Discourse in Austria
2.2.1 Global Learning in Austria as an Integrating Concept
2.2.2 Further Conceptual Development
2.3 International Contributions
2.3.1 Contributions from Conferences and Seminars
2.3.2 Contributions from German-Speaking Research
2.3.3 Contributions from the English-Speaking World
2.3.4 Global Learning in Europe
2.4 The Development of the Institutional Framework
2.4.1 Curricula, School Models, Projects
2.4.2 In-Service Training and Teacher-Training Courses
2.4.3 Service Organisations for Global Learning
2.4.4 Research and Global Learning
2.4.5 Funding of Global Learning

3 Answers and Questions
3.1 Survey of Results
3.1.1 Development: The Conceptual Implementation
3.1.2 Reaching Out: Realisation in Practice
3.1.3 Crossing Borders: Dimensions of Politics and Pedagogics
3.2 Perspectives: Areas of Conflict in Future Development
3.2.1 Conceptual Questions
3.2.2 In the Field of Tension of Current Pedagogical Subject Areas
3.3 Global Learning: Claims and Contradictions (Eight Theses)



Internet Sources

Interviews with Experts

List of Abbreviations

List of Tables

The Maastricht Declaration
Peer Review ″Global Education in Austria″
Austrian Strategy Group Global Learning Mission Statement

About the Author