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Pedagogy is Coming Back! Some Hopeful Signs for Sustainable General Education and Worldview Education

religious education to worldview education and beyond. The strength of a transformative pedagogical paradigm. Journal for the Study of Religion , 27 (1), 82–103. Miedema, S. (2016). We need religious educators as public intellectuals. Paper presented in the International Seminar on Religious Education and Values, Session XX, Chicago, USA, July 31–August 5, 2016. Miedema, S., & Bertram-Troost, G.D. (2015). The challenges of global citizenship for worldview education. The Perspective of social sustainability. Journal of Teacher Education for Sustainability

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The Challenges of Global Citizenship for Worldview Education. The Perspective of Social Sustainability

. Miedema, S. (2014a)."Coming out religiously!" Religion, the public sphere, and religious identity formation. Religious Education, 109(4), 362-377. Miedema, S. (2014b). From religious education to worldview education and beyond: The strength of a transformative pedagogical paradigm. Journal for the Study of Religion, 27(1), 82-103. Miedema, S. & Bertram-Troost, G. D. (2008). Democratic citizenship and religious education: Challenges and perspectives for schools in the Netherlands. British Journal of Religious Education, 30(2), 123

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Enhancing Religious Education Through Worldview Exploration

challenge of global citizenship for worldview education: The perspective of social sustainability. Journal of Teacher Education for Sustainability, 17 (2), 44–52. Miller, J., & McKenna, U. (2011). Religion and religious education: comparing and contrasting pupils’ and teachers’ views in an English school. British Journal of Religious Education, 33 (2), 173–187. Parks, S. (1991). The critical years: Young adults & the search for meaning, faith and commitment . New York: HarperCollins. Parks, S. D. (2011). Big questions, worthy dreams: Mentoring

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Education towards Urban Sustainability: Lessons Learned from the Welfare Business Models of Kanazawa City, Japan

). Conditions, processes, and aims of teacher education: A philosophical perspective. Journal of Teacher Education for Sustainability, 7, 5-13. Miedema, S., & Bertram-Troost, G. (2015). The Challenges of global citizenship for worldview education. The perspective of social sustainability. Journal of Teacher Education for Sustainability, 17(2), 44-52. Murray, P. (2011). The sustainable self: A personal approach to sustainability education. Routledge. Nonaka, I., & Takeuchi, H. (1995). The knowledge-creating company: How Japanese

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Sustaining School Based Religious Education Leadership

). The significance of context: Moral education and religious education facing the challenge of sustainability. Discourse and Communication for Sustainable Education, 8(2), 24-37. doi: 10.1515/dcse-2017-0013 Liddy, S. (1998). Key issues for the REC. Journal of Religious Education, 42(2), 27. Miedema, S. (2017). Pedagogy is coming back! Some hopeful signs for sustainable general education and worldview education. Discourse and Communication for Sustainable Education, 8(1), 121-128. Miedema, S., & G.D. Bertram-Troost (2015

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Teaching Sustainability in an Accounting Classroom

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A Corpus of Young Learners’ English in the Baltic Region – Texts for Studies on Sustainable Development

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Learning from the Past for the Future: How to Make Adult Education Sustainable

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The Significance of Context: Moral Education and Religious Education Facing the Challenge of Sustainability

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Scenarios of a Sustainable E-leadership for Thai Higher Educational Institution Leaders in 2027

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