Online Book Launch | ICCS Influences

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Please join us for a two-day online event to celebrate the upcoming volume, Influences of the IEA Civic and Citizenship Education Studies: Practice, Policy, and Research Across Countries and Regions.

This open access book identifies the multiple ways that IEA’s studies of civic and citizenship education have contributed to national and international educational discourse, research, policymaking, and practice. The chapters in the first part of the book cover perspectives from 15 countries, and in the second half of the book chapters reflect on regional issues and opportunities for further research.

To release this unique volume, IEA will host an online book event on 1 June and an ICCS workshop on 2 June. See registration, below. The purpose of the online book event is to introduce the book and hear from policy and research voices on the status of civic and citizenship education across countries. Issues concerned with future practice and research will be discussed.

Event(s) description

The online book event on 1 June at 1pm CEST is planned as an interactive discussion between the volume editors, Barbara Malak-Minkiewicz and Judith Torney-Purta, chapter authors, voices from international policy and attendees.

To be followed by a cost-free, three-hour virtual workshop starting at 1pm CEST on 2 June by IEA’s Research and Analysis Unit, offering an introduction to IEA's International Civic and Citizenship Education Study (ICCS) 2009 and 2016 databases.

Registration

The online book events will take place across two days:

All who are interested in the publication's findings are encouraged to join on one or both days of the event, and you can use the below form to indicate which of the two virtual events you plan to join.

Please make sure you provide your responses before the 17 May, so that we can finalize arrangements.

Online access links and workshop materials will be sent to registrants before or on 24 May.

Please select which event you will attend (select one or both):

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