Integrated education in conflicted societies
- New York, New York : Palgrave Macmillan, 2013
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- xviii, 294 pages ; 23 cm
LC214 .I58 2013
- Unknown LC214 .I58 2013
- Includes bibliographical references and index.
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- General Introduction: Zvi Bekerman and Michalinos Zembylas
- PART I: LEADERSHIP OF INTEGRATED EDUCATION
- 1. The Magic of Millennium: A milestone towards peace in Northern Ireland; Mary Roulston
- 2. The Integrated Education Fund in Northern Ireland; Paul Caskey
- 3. Changing our Reality: The integrated -Arabic- Hebrew- bilingual education in Israel; Inas Deeb and Nadia Kinani
- 4. On the Peace Line: The experience of an integrated school; Noreen Campbell
- 5. Interethnic Dialogue and Cooperation for Integrated Education in BiH: The
- practice and experience of the Nansen Dialogue Center Sarajevo; Ljuljjeta Goranci-Brkic
- PART II: STARTING INTEGRATED SCHOOLS AND TRANSFORMATION OF EXISTING SCHOOLS IN CONFLICTED SOCIETIES
- 6. All-ability Education in Northern Ireland: A principal's perspective; Kevin Lambe
- 7. Two Steps Forward and One Step Back: A journey to creating an integrated school in Cyprus; Maria Asvesta
- 8. Priory Integrated College: A transformed integrated college - a college transformed; Peter McCreadie
- 9. Building Bridges at the Earliest Age through Mozaik: Model for multicultural preschool education in Macedonia; Vilma Venkovska Milcev
- 10. Integrated Education in the Republic of Macedonia: Challenges for teachers; Biljana Krstevska and Veton Zekolli
- PART III: CURRICULUM AND PEDAGOGY ISSUES IN INTEGRATED SCHOOLS
- 11. A Practitioner's Reflections on Schooling in Bilingual Integrated Contexts; Julia Salman
- 12. Challenges of Education for Peace in Segregated Schools in Vukovar; Marinko Uremovic and Ivana Milas
- 13. Exploring Controversial Issues together in Northern Ireland: A view from Lagan College chaplainacy; Helen Killick and Sharon Verwoerd
- 14. Embedding Integration through the Anti-bias Curriculum; Paula McIlwaine
- 15. Khalil, Khalil and Khalil; Bob Mark
- PART IV: MOVING FORWARDS- DEVELOPING AND SUSTAINING SUPPORT FOR INTEGRATED SCHOOLS
- 16. My Experience of Integrated Education in Northern Ireland; Richard Wilson
- Chapter 17: Thirty Years to Achieve Seven Percent: Working to desegregate the school in Northern Ireland; Colm Cavanagh
- General Conclusion: Michalinos Zembylas and Zvi Bekerman.
- "This collection focuses on the developing field of integrated education in conflicted societies, where children who would normally be educated apart are deliberately educated together. A variety of accounts from different geographical and socio-political sites - Catholic and Protestant in Northern Ireland, Palestinian and Jewish in Israel, and Greek Cypriot and Turkish Cypriot in Cyprus, in addition to examples from Macedonia, Bosnia, and Croatia - are brought together, discussed and analyzed. In all of these accounts integrated education has been difficult to initiate, complex to sustain, and has aroused the suspicion of the local historically divided communities; nonetheless, those involved believe it to be essential in contributing to the healing of the wounds that afflict their societies, easing the path towards integration"-- Provided by publisher.
- "This book is the first output of a new international network of academics, practitioners and non-governmental organizations, the Integrated Peace Education: Global Network for Practice and Research, which holds its inaugural conference in Belfast in March 2012 to coincide with the 30th anniversary of integrated education in Northern Ireland. The editors bring to bear multiple theoretical and practical frameworks on the developing field of integrated education in conflicted societies, where children who are more normally educated apart are deliberately educated together. The ideas of those working in integrated education initiatives in a range of international conflict contexts are presented together in this book. It considers the challenges of establishing and delivering integrated education from a variety of perspectives and it is richly illustrated with examples of educational practice in countries affected by conflict"-- Provided by publisher.
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- edited by Claire McGlynn, Michalinos Zembylas, and Zvi Bekerman.