Program

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WEDNESDAY 14th of June
12.00-13.00 Registration (and lunch included)
13.00-13.45 Conference opening
Laurence Guérin (TYF), Piet van der Ploeg (RUG) & Germ Janmaat (LLAKES)
Kouwerzaal M.0161
13.45-14.25
Paper session 1
Room: M.0155
Paper session 1
Room: M.0164
Paper session 1
Room: M.0161
Sam Mejias and Shakuntala Banaji

UK Youth Citizenship after Brexit: Media, Education and Policy Invisibility in a Contentious Age.

Jennifer van Krieken Robson

The intersection of counter terrorism and early years policy: early years leaders’ navigation of the requirement to promote Fundamental British Values in the curriculum and pedagogy.

Isolde de Groot and Jeroen Bron

Meaningful Political Participation and Civic Education: the Case of Mock Elections.

14.30-15.00 Poster Presentation
15.00-15.15 Coffee break
15.15-16.15 Keynote 1 Dr. Jason Brennan
Civic Virtue for Realists
Kouwerzaal M.0161
16.20-17.00
Paper session 2
Room: M.0155
Paper session 2
Room: M.0164
Paper session 2
Room: M.0161
Katharina Eckstein

Comparing school-based predictors of active citizenship among youth from diverse social and cultural background.

Laurence Guérin

Scientific Citizenship: From a Theory of Democracy to Learning Activities.

Winston Thompson

On the Pedagogical Dimensions of Morally Acceptable Political Protests.

17.00-17.15 Coffee break
17.20-18.00
Paper session 3
Room: M.0155
Paper session 3
Room: M.0164
Paper session 3
Room: M.0161
Michael Merry

Can Schools Teach Citizenship?

Dorien Sampermans

Can schools engage students? A multiple perspective, multidimensional school climate research in England and Ireland.

Jan Germen Janmaat

Educational segregation and political engagement among late adolescents in four European countries.

Thursday 15th of June
9.30-10.30 Keynote 2 prof. Dr. Tatjana Zimenkova
Re-politisizing civic education for the sake of diversity? A critical approach on participatory mainstream in civic education
Kouwerzaal M.0161
10.35-11.15
Paper session 4
Room: M.0155
Paper session 4
Room: M.0164
Paper session 4
Room: M.0161
Edwin Slijkhuis

The influence of students’ citizenship competences on their political and civic participation in early adulthood.

Lies Maurissen

Classroom discussion and political tolerance: the importance of mutual respect and responsiveness.

Bryony Hoskins and Magdalena Ho Ching Mok

Understanding how young people learn political engagement: the relationship between political learning in the home and political learning at school in Europe and Asia.

11.15-11.30 Coffee break
11.35-12.15
Paper session 5
Room: M.0155
Paper session 5
Room: M.0164
Paper session 5
Room: M.0161
Shawn Rosenberg

Democratic Citizenship in a Time of Right Wing Populism: The Limits and Potential of Educating for Democratic Citizenship.

Asli Kandemir

Tolerance in Fundamental British Values: A case study on young British-Turkish people in Northwest England.

Trond Solhaug

Knowledge and participation in school as a predictor of intercultural empathy. A study of participation and intercultural empathy among Norwegian and Danish school students.

12.20-13.00
Paper session 6
Room: M.0155
Paper session 6
Room: M.0164
Paper session 6
Room: M.0161
Alieke van Dijk and Laurence Guérin

Working together towards Scientific Citizenship: measuring collective argumentation

Beth Rubin and Kevin Clay

Civics lessons: The consequences of racialized (in)justice for youth citizenship and civic competence

Kerry J Kennedy, Hoi Yu Ng and Lijuan Li

Participation, Activism and Radicalism: Educating Citizens for Troubled Times

13.00-13.45 Lunch (included)
13.50-14.30
Roundtable
Room: M.0155
Roundtable
Room: M.0164
Paper session 7
Room: M.0161
Susanne Haastert

The compensation effect of civic education in a cross-national perspective: is civic education more equalizing in comprehensive than in early-selection education systems?

Lars Henning

Sciences in citizenship education: A training for teachers.

Carole Hahn

Civic education, culture and transnationalism: a qualitative example.

14.35-15.10
Paper session 8
Room: M.0155
Paper session 8
Room: M.0164
Paper session 8
Room: M.0161
Sigal Ben Porath and Jasmine Blanks Jones

Civic Efficacy and Strict Disciplinary Practices.

Pieter van Rees

Studying citizenship education: ‘objective’ and ‘political’ science.

Remmert Daas

Assessing citizenship competences using rubrics.

15.15-15.30 Coffee break
15.30-16.00 Closing session
Kouwerzaal M.0161