Philippe Vitale et Bery Exley (dir), Pedagogic Rights and Democratic Education Bernsteinian explorations of curriculum, pedagogy and assessment
The basis of Bernstein’s sociology of education lays in is his theorisation of the different approaches to curriculum, pedagogy and assessment and the implications for pedagogic rights and social justice. This edited collection presents 15 empirical case studies and theoretical accounts from 22 international scholars who focus on the experiences of students and teachers in contexts marked by economic, social, cultural, linguistic and/or geographic diversity. Located in systems of education in Australia, France, Germany, Greece, Portugal, South Africa and the United States, each chapter contributes to a better understanding of the conditions of a democratic education across time and place.
Contributors : Apple W Michael, Brian Barret, Élisabeth Bautier, Jennifer Case, John Davis, Karen Dooley, Daniel Frandji, Gabriela Höhns, Kathy Luckett, Victoria Millar, Anna M Morais, Johan Muller, Isabel P Neves, Célia Poulet, Ariane Richard-Bossez, Nicola Rolls, Hauke Straehler-Pohl, Sophia Stavrou, William Tyler, Nicky Wolmarans