This preliminary study gathered principals’ and teachers’ views of Hong Kong’s citizenship education as well as the ways it could be facilitated for democratic purposes. On some measures the views of both groups were compared while principals were asked what they did to facilitate democratic citizenship education. The findings revealed principals were more positive than teachers in regard to their schools and citizenship education, and attempted to provide teachers with the autonomy to facilitate civic teaching. Teachers perceived more strongly than principals that the Chinese national government has influenced their schools’ attitude to citizenship education and they showed less confidence than principals in the possibility of nurturing students’ patriotism. Copyright © 2021 AERA21.
|Published - Apr 2021
|2021 Virtual Annual Meeting of American Educational Research Association: "Accepting Educational Responsibility" - , United States
Duration: 08 Apr 2021 → 12 Apr 2021
|2021 Virtual Annual Meeting of American Educational Research Association: "Accepting Educational Responsibility"
|08/04/21 → 12/04/21