Dzhurinskiy Alexander Naumovich
Доктор педагогических наук, Prof. of the Department of pedagogical Sciences, Professor, Academician of the Russian Academy of Education, Moscow State Pedagogical University, djurins@yandex.ru, Moscow

The practice of citizenship education in a secondary school abroad

Presented the purpose, objectives, content, relationship of the practices of citizenship education in a secondary school in Western Europe, USA and Japan. The assimilation and adaptation approaches, communication techniques, experience of free schools, Formal Instruction in Civics and Government, informal instructions of social and civic education in US schools are characterized. The activities of the European Union and the Council of Europe, the UK schools of Germany and France on social and civic education are considered. The anti-imperial civic education in Japan is analyzed.
сontent, methods, realities of civic education in abroad

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