CELS: The Citizenship Educational Longitudinal Study - 2001-2010

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CELS conference papers and presentations

Keating, A. (2009) ‘Putting citizenship into practice outside the classroom: current policies and common challenges for schools.’ Paper presented at International conference on Participation: Goal, Content, Method of Citizenship Education. 30 – 31st October 2009, St Petersburg, Russia.

Keating, A. (2009) ‘The policies, practices, and challenges of encouraging citizenship learning in schools –  what can we learn from the experience in England? ‘Paper presented at Centre for Lebanese Studies annual conference. 15-17th of October 2009. American University of Beirut, Lebanon.

Lopes, J. and Kerr, D. (2009) ‘A inovação educacional e curricular em Inglaterra: uma experiência de avaliação’. [‘Educational and curriculum innovation in England: an evaluation’]. Presentation at The Urgency of Values Education Seminar, Universidade Católica Portuguesa, Lisbon, Portugal, 30 June.

Keating, A (2009) ‘Embedding citizenship in schools: lessons from the longitudinal study in England (CELS)’. Paper presented at Comparative and International Education Society (CIES) Conference, Charleston, March 2009.

Keating, A (2008) ‘Responding to nationalism and supra-nationalism: curriculum policy and practice in European states’. Paper presented at Networking Citizenship Education Europe (NECE) Conference, Sofia, Bulgaria, November 6-8, 2008.

Kerr, D. (2008). ‘Vision versus pragmatism: citizenship in schools in England.’ Powerpoint presentation at the British Council and Council of Europe Citizenship Course, Birmingham, 3-7 December [online].
Available: http://www.britishcouncil.org/seminars-education-0705-resources.htm

Kerr, D. (2007). ‘Vision versus pragmatism: citizenship in schools in England - the current state of play.’ Presentation at the QCA Citizenship Key Players Meeting, Chesterfield Hotel, London, 12 July.

Kerr, D. (2007). ‘Vision versus pragmatism: citizenship in schools in England - the current state of play.’ Presentation at the British Council European Citizenship Course, Crowne Plaza Hotel, Birmingham, 4 December.

Kerr, D. and Cleaver, L. (2007). ‘Vision versus pragmatism: citizenship education in schools - where next?’ Presentation to the Associate Parliamentary Group on Government and the Constitution, Portcullis House, Westminster, 10 July.

Lopes, J., Benton, T. and Cleaver, E. (2007). ‘Young people’s civic and political participation: does education matter?’ Presentation at the British Educational Research Association Annual Conference, Institute of Education, London, 8 September.

Kerr, D. (2006). ‘Active citizenship and young people: exploring current opportunities and experiences in England.’ Presentation at the Second Citized International Conference, Oriel College, Oxford, 27 July.

Kerr, D. (2006). ‘Active citizenship and young people in England: exploring current opportunities and experiences in and beyond school.’ Presentation at the University of Ulster Citizenship Research Seminar, Odyssey Arena, Belfast, 30 June.

Kerr, D. (2006). ‘Citizenship education: what research is teaching us.’ Presentation of evidence to the Education and Skills Select Committee, Portcullis House, Westminster, 30 October.

Kerr, D. (2006). ‘Promoting active citizenship in schools and communities in England: emerging lessons from policy practice and research.’ Presentation at the Hansard International Schools Seminar Programme, London School of Economics, London, 13 February.

Kerr, D. (2005). ‘Citizenship education in England: curriculum approaches.’ Presentation to the Ministry of Education Curriculum Review Group, Santiago, Chile, 13 September.

Kerr, D. (2005). ‘Filling the 'huge gap?': researching citizenship in England post-IEA.’ Presentation at the Citizenship Education Seminar Series, Hong Kong Institute of Education, Hong Kong, 10 June.

Kerr, D. (2005). ‘Listening to young people: citizenship education in England.’ Presentation at the British Council International Seminar ‘Global Citizenship and Language Learning’, Hilton Hotel, York, 21 November.

Kerr, D. (2005). ‘Listening to young people: citizenship education in England.’ Presentation at the British Council/Council of Europe In-Service Training Course ‘Citizenship in Urban Contexts’, Quality Inn, Trafford, Manchester, 23 November.

Kerr, D. (2005). ‘Listening to young people - latest findings from the Citizenship Education Longitudinal Study.’ Presentation at the Carnegie Young People’s Initiative Roundtable, Southwark Cathedral, London, 7 April.

Kerr, D. (2005). ‘Listening to young people: latest findings from the Citizenship Education Longitudinal Study.’ Presentation at the Catholica Universitia Seminar Series, Santiago, Chile, 15 September.

Kerr, D. (2005). ‘Listening to young people: the Citizenship Education Longitudinal Study in England.’ Presentation to the Civics and Citizenship Group, Hong Kong Institute of Education, Hong Kong, 9 June.

Kerr, D. (2005)‘Making citizenship education real: using research and evaluation to develop a strong evidence base for citizenship.’ Presentations at the UK Education for Democratic Citizenship (EDC) Showcase Seminar, Cranage Hall, Cheshire, 18 May.

Kerr, D. (2005). ‘Promoting active citizenship in schools and communities in England: emerging lessons from policy practice and research.’ Presentation at the International Seminar on National Education, Ministry of Home Affairs, National Conference Centre, Hong Kong, 7 June.

Kerr, D. (2005). ‘Promoting active citizenship in schools, colleges and communities in England: emerging lessons from policy, practice and research.’ Presentation at the International Seminar on Citizenship Education, Santiago, Chile, 14 September.

Kerr, D., Ireland, E., Lopes, J. and Cleaver, E. (2005). ‘Listening to young people: citizenship education in England.’ Presentation at a DfES Policy Seminar, London, 13 July.

Lopes, J. and Cleaver, E. (2005). ‘Citizenship education and children’s rights and responsibilities.’ Presentation at the Human Rights Education International Conference ‘Theoretical and Practical Considerations for the 21st Century’, Roehampton University, London, 17 June.

Ireland, E. and Lopes, J. (2004). ‘Making citizenship education real: school approaches to the implementation of citizenship education in England.’ Presentation at the British Educational Research Association Annual Conference, UMIST, Manchester, 17 September.

Kerr, D. (2004). ‘Changing the political culture: reviewing the progress of the citizenship education initiative in England.’ Paper presented at the American Educational Research Association Conference, San Diego, CA, 12-16 April.

Kerr, D. (2004). ‘Citizenship Education Longitudinal Study: an overview.’ Presentation at the Citizenship Foundation Lunchtime Seminar Series, Barbican, London, 29 July.

Kerr, D. (2004). ‘Citizenship Education Longitudinal Study: introduction and latest findings.’ Presentation at the Ofsted Citizenship Conference, DfES, London,13 July.

Kerr, D. (2004). ‘Citizenship education: making it real.’ Presentation at the South-East Region Citizenship Education CPD Conference, Basingstoke, 21 October.

Kerr, D. and Cleaver, E. (2004). ‘Citizenship education and pupil voice: the experience in schools.’ Presentation at the DfES Citizenship Education and Pupil Voice Conference, Connaught Rooms, London, 2 November.

Kerr, D., Cleaver, E. and Ireland, E. (2003). ‘Citizenship Education Longitudinal Study: first year findings - establishing a baseline for developing Citizenship education.’ Paper presented at the British Educational Research Association Annual Conference, Heriot-Watt University, Edinburgh, 11-13 September [online].
Available: via www.nfer.ac.uk

Kerr, D., Cleaver, E. and Ireland, E. (2003). ‘Citizenship Education Longitudinal Study: key findings from the first annual report.’ Presentation at DfES Policy Seminar, Caxton House, London, 9 May.

Kerr, D., Ireland, E. and Cleaver, E. (2003). ‘Policy seminar: Citizenship Education Longitudinal Study.’ Presentation to DfES and Representatives of Citizenship Related Organisations, DfES, London, 15 May.

Kerr, D. (2002). ‘Citizenship education longitudinal study: an overview.’ Presentation at the Carnegie Young Peoples Initiative (CYPI) Seminar ‘Young People’s Participation in Public Decision-Making’, CYPI Offices, Elizabeth House, London, 23 October.

Kerr, D. (2002). ‘Citizenship education longitudinal study in England.’ Presentation at the USA/UK Workshop ‘Developing a New Vision for Citizenship Education’, Washington, DC, 22 November.