This article outlines how the dimensions of global citizenship education (GCE) are reflected in future secondary school teachers' analysis of news items. The question that guided the research was: When analysing a news item with global implications, do teachers in training use the dimensions of the critical global citizenship education model and which critical literacy achieve? The study used a mixed methodology. Content analysis was used to analyse the information, specifically the use of codes through descriptive and inferential statistics. The findings show that the majority of future secondary school teachers tend to take a socially committed perspective, while they take a critical stance or mobilise for social justice action to a lesser extent.
|Publication status||Published - 1 May 2020|
- Controversial issues
- Critical perspective
- Social studies
- Teacher education