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- A set of five emails over two weeks (including a holiday weekend in the U.S., allowing you extra time with your children to see the methods in action!);
- All your questions answered in a private pop-up Facebook group;
- The new ideas, tools, and mindset hacks you’ll need to transform the way you see your child’s learning, and how you support it.
Dr. John Wall's Book
Give Children the Vote: On Democratizing Democracy (Affiliate link).References: Abebe, T., & Biswas, T. (2021). Rights in education: outlines for a decolonial, childist reimagination of the future – commentary to Ansell and colleagues. Fennia 199(1), 118-128.
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Biswas, T. (2021). Who needs sensory education? Studies in Philosophy and Education 40(3), 387-302.
Britta, S. (2020). The Children’s Polylogue-Doing Philosophy with Children in Intercultural Encounters. Философский полилог: Журнал Международного центра изучения русской философии 1 (7), 55-69. Retrieved from: https://www.childism.org/_files/ugd/8edd45_91282ebbaf034a3fbdfe322bb4b3156a.pdf
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Stirling, B. (2020). Childhood, ecological feminism, and the environmental justice frame. Etudes canadiennes/Canadian Studies 88, 221-238.
The Childism Institute (2021). Childism: An introduction. Author. Retrieved from https://8edd4583-272f-402d-a88f-f13f889bc034.usrfiles.com/ugd/8edd45_d69ea07ff9674dd180245bd409542504.pdf
Thomas, N. (2007). Towards a theory of children’s participation. International Journal of Children’s Rights 15, 199-218.
Wall, J. (2022). Give children the vote: On democratizing democracy. London: Bloomsbury.
Wall, J. (2019). From childhood studies to childism: Reconstructing the scholarly and social imaginations. Children’s Geographies 20(3), 257-270.
Wall, J. (2018). Theorizing children’s global citizenship: reconstructionism and the politics of deep interdependence. Global Studies of Childhood 9(1), 5-17.
Wall, J. (2011). Can democracy represent children? Toward a politics of difference. Childhood 19(1), 86-100.
Wall, J. (2008). Human rights in light of childhood. International Journal of Children’s Rights 16, 523-543.
Wall, J. (2007). Fatherhood, childism, and the creation of society. Journal of the American Academy of Religion 75(1), 52-76.