Epistemic climates for active citizenship: Dialogically organised classrooms and children's internal dialogue

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Brownlee, Jo Lunn, Walker, Sue, Johansson, Eva, Scholes, Laura and Ryan, Mary. (2018). Epistemic climates for active citizenship: Dialogically organised classrooms and children's internal dialogue. In In E. Johansson, A. Emilson and A.-M. Puroila (Ed.). Values education in early childhood settings: Concepts, approaches and practices pp. 69 - 87 Springer Nature. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-319-75559-5_5
AuthorsBrownlee, Jo Lunn, Walker, Sue, Johansson, Eva, Scholes, Laura and Ryan, Mary
EditorsE. Johansson, A. Emilson and A.-M. Puroila
Abstract

While the significance of children’s early learning experiences is recognised internationally, less is known about early learning for moral values and active citizenship. There is evidence to suggest that prejudicial behaviours can emerge in early childhood, yet there is little research to inform how to promote social inclusion and reduce exclusionary behaviours in young children. One promising line of research involves considering children’s reasoning about moral values for active citizenship. This chapter explores values education and children’s learning of moral values through the theoretical lens of epistemic beliefs. We argue that a focus on children’s beliefs about knowing and knowledge in the context of learning about moral values is best addressed in dialogically organised early years classrooms.

Keywordschildren’s epistemic beliefs; reflexivity; dialogically organised classrooms; early years education; active citizenship
Page range69 - 87
Year2018
Book titleValues education in early childhood settings: Concepts, approaches and practices
PublisherSpringer Nature
Place of publicationSwitzerland
ISBN9783319755588
Digital Object Identifier (DOI)https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-319-75559-5_5
Research GroupInstitute for Learning Sciences and Teacher Education (ILSTE)
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