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International Action-Research Development

The PEAR Lab is working to develop an international framework for collaborative action-research on the Project Citizen curriculum towards the three-fold aim of enhancing academic performance, social-emotional learning, and community development.  This page provides a current biography of research directly on Project Citizen, as well as emerging resources for developing international collaborative action-research efforts. 
Project Citizen Bibliography:

Center for Civic Education (1992) Project Citizen

Patrick, J.J.; Vontz, T.S.; Nixon, W.A. (2002) Issue Centered Democracy Education Through Project Citizen, p. 93, in Education for Democracy: Contexts, Curricula, Assessments, ed. Parker, W.C.; Information Age Publishing, Charlotte, NC.

Green, C., & Medina-Jerez, W. (2012). Project Citizen-Promoting action-oriented citizen science in the classroomScience Teacher-Washington79(9), 58.

Craddock, A.; Fisher, J.; Subreenduth, S. (unknown) Teaching for Democracy: Assessing Project Citizen in Poland, South Africa, Ukraine, and the United States. International Democratic Education Institute.
Towards an International Action-Research Agenda:
  • University-Assisted Community School Development
    • Positive externalities
    • K-16 Scaffolded Integration
    • Networked Policy Explorations
  • Propsective Psychology
    • Content & Context
  • Beyond Civic Development
    • SENCER Model for Science Engagement
    • Moral-Political Reasoning
    • Psychological Flexibility
    • Prosocial Development, Group Design, and Social Environments 
  • Policy Analysis Methodologies
    • Moral Vocabularies Analysis
    • PROSOCIAL Group Design Analysis
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