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Bildung für nachhaltige Entwicklung: wiss. Literatur und Materialien (BNELIT)
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The Consumer.
a fellow human being
During recent years innumerable individuals have had to deal with sudden, dramatic and extensive changes in their daily lives. The reasons are many and range from natural catastrophes to terrorism and war. At the same time many people experience significant changes in their daily lives as a consequence of the systemic influence of political decisions, market-based developments and personal life style choices. Changes in society have taken place faster than our ability to adjust to them. We live in an age which challenges our traditional attitudes and actions and which shakes the very foundation of our conceptions of what it means to be contented, responsible individuals. The international community has tried to formulate collective values and goals which are intended to guide us in our daily lives. The United Nations, of which Norway is an active member, has stressed the importance of human rights and sustainable development as essential areas of concentrated initiatives. The European Community has emphasized the need for increased knowledge and entrepreneurship in order to stimulate development. The global discussion as to goals and means encompass many elements. Yet nearly all countries have focused on education as the main key to attainment of a higher quality of life and a better future. But educational systems continue to have difficulty highlighting universal values and relating theoretical knowledge to students′ everyday experiences. International educational reforms, as well as the national Norwegian educational reform entitled: Knowledge Promotion, have as their vision, to assist young people to become aware, critical and responsible citizens with the necessary competences to function in creative and meaningful ways in modern society. The challenge is finding out how to accomplish this.
Inhaltsverzeichnis :
1. Human development
1.1 Global goals
1.2 Educational policies in Norway
1.3 Grassroots activities
2. Conscious social participation—the consumer citizen
2.1 Identity
2.2 Values
3. Knowledge and action—consumer citizenship
3.1. Content
3.2 Thematic organization
4. Competences –consumer responsibility
4.1 Knowing about consumption in the past and present
4.2 Managing resources
4.3 Making choices
4.4 Solving problems
4.5 Creating changes
5. Pedagogical approaches –consumer citizenship education
5.1 Interdisciplinary
5.2 Active student involvement
5.3 Learning in the neighborhood
5.4 Digital resources
5.5 Cooperation with the family
6. Learning outcomes –responsible consumption
6.1 Critical Thinking
6.2 Risk and consequence analysis
6.3 Global Solidarity
7. Examples of best practice
7.1 On pre-primary level
7.2 On primary school level
7.3 On secondary school level
7.4 Teacher training
8. Resources
9. References
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