Dr. Tania Ramalho

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Name: Dr. Tania Ramalho
Country: United States
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Organisation: State University of New York
Topics of most interest: Global Education as a whole, Citizenship education , Development education, Environmental education, Gender education, Health and wellbeing education, Human rights education, Multi- Intercultural, anti-racist education, Peace education, Social justice education, Sustainable development education, Other, please specify
Types of education of most interest: Primary, Secondary, Higher education, Adult education, Comparative education, Non formal education, Youth work and direct engagement of young people
Preference for research approach: Theoretical / conceptual research, Comparative research
Preference for research focusing on: Curriculum, Pedagogy, Policy, Teacher education
Recent publications:

Paulo Freire: The accidental global citizen (forthcoming in Bourn's edited book by Bloomsbury)
Ramalho, T. & Beyerbach, B. (2009). Expanding pre-teachers knowledge of
globalization and sustainability pedagogy in teacher education. In R.D. Davis, A. London & B. Beyerbach (Eds.), How do we know that they know? A conversation about a social justice knowledge base. (pp. 27-44). New York, NY: Peter Lang Publishers.
Ramalho, T. (2004). Defying the grip of globalization: Brazilian women’s employment
and education for work. In: R. Lakes and P. Carter (Eds.), Globalizing education for work. Comparative perspectives on gender and the new economy. (pp. 59-83). Mahwah, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates, Publishers.

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