Conference of American and European Educators on "Teaching and Learning About Each Other : the USA and Western Europe": Washington D.C., USA, 11-15 November 1984 : Conference Report
Council of Europe, Council for Cultural Co-operation, 1985 - International education - 80 pages
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20th Century ACUS aims American students American teachers approach Atlantic Council attitudes basic civilisation common Conference participants contemporary contrasts Council of Europe Course outline curriculum DIMENSION THGA Director discussion diversity Donaueschingen economic empathy English environment ethnic Europe's European cultural European Dimension European educators European Studies European teachers Federal Republic geography Goals for teaching groups Hispanics ideas identify importance individual issues James BECKER James BILLINGTON key concepts knowledge learning Maitland STOBART Margaret SHENNAN Maria Emilia GALVAO material nations North Norway optional secondary course organised patterns perceptions plenary session political present problems programme pupils Republic of Germany schools in Western selection Seminar skills Smithsonian Castle Social Studies South Carolina specific stereotypes study of Europe suggested Tallberg teaching about Europe themes topics TORNEY-PURTA United Kingdom University of Maryland USA in Europe values Washington Conference Washington DC Western Europe young Americans