ISSN: 17511917
First published in 2005
3 issues per volume
Volume 6 Issue 2
Cover Date: March 2011
Secondary students’ perceptions about Citizenship Education: An exploratory study in Madrid, Spain1
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Authors:  Alejandra Navarro Sada And  Liliana Jacott And  Concepción Maiztegui 
DOI: 10.1386/ctl.6.2.139_1

Keywords
citizenship education,curriculum development,secondary education,teaching and learning,assessment

Abstract
This article reports the perception of secondary students about Citizenship Education just after its implementation as a specific statutory subject in schools from the Autonomous Community of Madrid, Spain. The research was intended as an exploratory study of the present situation, and provides a first approach to these issues in the Spanish context. Participants were 2nd grade secondary students attending a public school of Madrid. A semi-structured interview designed for this study was individually administrated to the participants in order to explore their views about Citizenship Education lessons, teaching and learning strategies, students’ participation and assessment processes. The findings can inform further research within the field.
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