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Title: Global Citizenship Education: A Comparative Analysis of O-Levels, A-Levels, Secondary School and Higher Secondary Curriculum
Authors: Munir, Aniqa
Keywords: Social Sciences
Education
Issue Date: 2021
Publisher: Lahore College for Women University, Lahore.
Abstract: The research work titled ―Global Citizenship Education: A Comparative Analysis of O-Levels, A-Levels, Secondary School and Higher Secondary School Curriculum‖ attempts to highlight the presence of the idea of global citizenship education in Pakistan (UNESCO‘s SDG target 4.7) in Secondary School, Higher Secondary School, A-Levels and O-Levels curriculum textbooks (compulsory and optional subjects i.e. Urdu, English, Islamiat and Pakistan Studies, Geography and History). This research work has qualitative research framework and strategy used is content analysis of the compulsory and optional courses (of Islamiat, Pakistan Studies, History, Urdu, English, and Geography) in the curriculums of O-Levels, A Levels, Secondary School and Higher Secondary School while Peace and Non Violence, Cultural Diversity and Gender Equity as taken as main themes. This research highlights that as global citizenship as an educational approach can become a means for the country‘s soft image yet on the part of curriculum makers and writers of the under-study courses there is a dire need to understand its importance in a global perspective. Moreover, the idea of citizenship also needs a clear perspective on their part. The findings communicate that curriculum makers in Pakistan should rethink the idea of global citizenship education in a global context which is seriously lacking in many of these textbooks. Keywords: global citizenship, textbooks, curriculum-makers in Pakistan.
Gov't Doc #: 23517
URI: http://prr.hec.gov.pk/jspui/handle/123456789/17402
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