Education for citizenship through the teaching of history: improvement strategies for the center, teacher and curriculum
Research in education for citizenship has been one of the most prolific research fields in international contexts during the last decades. Its link with specific subjects, such as the case of the History of Spain, requires not only the analysis of the current situation, but also the proposals for improvement to form critical and participative citizens in today’s societies. This article presents some improvement strategies for the educational center, the school curriculum and the teacher aimed at promoting a teaching of the educative history of global citizens.
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