Children’s Rights Education: The Challenges and Opportunities of Inter- and Transdisciplinary Teaching

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  • Maude Louviot
  • Zoe Moody
  • Frédéric Darbellay

Schlagworte:

children’s rights education, ‘education for’, interdisciplinarity, transdisciplinarity

Abstract

In this article we present our reflections on children’s rights education and its development through inter- and transdisciplinary practices in the school context. To enable school pupils to experience their status as subjects of the law to the full, their rights must feature on the level of both knowledge transfer and everyday application. An exclusively disciplinary approach proves insufficient to achieving this objective, and inter- and transdisciplinary teaching is deployed to provide a more comprehensive education in children’s rights.

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2019-03-14

Zitationsvorschlag

Louviot, M., Moody, Z., & Darbellay, F. (2019). Children’s Rights Education: The Challenges and Opportunities of Inter- and Transdisciplinary Teaching. Inter- Und transdisziplinäre Bildung, 1(1), 1-7. Abgerufen von https://itdb.ch/index.php/itdb/article/view/7

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