Does transnationalisation matter in nation-state school education? Normative claims and effective practices in a German secondary school (WPTC-02-15)

http://www.transcomm.ox.ac.uk/working%20papers/Mannitz.pdf

This paper discusses the impact of transnationalisation on nation-state school education in three steps: First, the concept of transnationalisation is introduced to clarify the analytical frame of the argument. Second, the attention turns to a specific case of transnationalisation, i.e. European Unification and its effects on the normative projections of education for citizenship. It explaines why schools are important sites for researching the related transformation processes before reflecting on the important challenge as well as the set of difficulties nation-state school education faces in this context. Finally, the normative shifts are explored from an ethnographic perspective by confronting the programmatic claims with the empirical reality of a secondary school in Berlin where the author conducted intensive ethnological research over a period of 9 months in the 1996/97 school term.

Autor:

Mannitz, Sabine; HSFK Frankfurt am Main; mannitz@hsfk.de

Bildungsebene:

Sekundarstufe I; Sekundarstufe II; Hochschule

Lernressourcentyp:

Primärmaterial/Quelle

Schlagwörter:

Curriculum; Internationalisierung; Schule

freie Schlagwörter:

EUROPAEISCHE DIMENSION; TRANSFORMATION (SOZ); NICHTSTAATLICHE ORGANISATION

Ortsbezüge:

Deutschland; Berlin

Sprache:

Englisch

Themenbereich:

Schule; Schulwesen allgemein
Schule; Schulwesen allgemein; Schulsystem, Organisation

Geeignet für:

Lehrer; Schüler