Here you will find members of the CANDE SIG with attached keywords underlining their key research interest. The first members presented are those already highlighted in our recent newsletters.
Ahmed Salehin Kaderi is a PhD Candidate & Graduate Research Assistant at the University of Toronto (OISE). His doctoral research is linked to his supervisor Professor Kathy Bickmore’s larger funded research project, “Peace-building citizenship learning in Canada, Mexico and Bangladesh: School connections with life experience.” Ahmed examines how some language, Islam, history, and social studies teachers and their selected students in violent and less violent contexts of Bangladesh understand and feel about social-political conflicts and violence in their neighborhoods and beyond. He also investigates how these people understand and feel about their citizenship for peace-building in relation to those problems, plus how they see schooling as helping and hindering their democratic and peace-building citizenship competency building.
Kaderi, A.S., Guerra-Sua, A. & Bickmore, K. (forthcoming). History and Social Studies Curricula Informing the Moral Compass: Bangladesh, Canada, Colombia, and México. Paper in preparation for a Journal of Moral Education special issue.
Kaderi, A. S. (forthcoming). Multicultural accommodation in Toronto (Canada) and Sherpur (Bangladesh): School-based and lived peacebuilding citizenship education. Paper ready; finding interested journals.
Kaderi, A. S. (2014). Political history, Political violence: Peacebuilding citizenship interventions. In S. Niyozov & P. Tarc (Eds.) A RICE Compendium… Working with, against and despite global ‘best practices’: Educational conversations around the globe (pp.75-81). London Ontario: Western Education & Toronto, Ontario: Ontario Institute for Studies in Education, University of Toronto.
Jasmine B.-Y. Sim is an associate Professor at the National Institute of Education, Nanyang Technological University, Singapore. She researches in citizenship and civic education, and social studies education. She studies the sources of teachers and students' understandings of citizenship and its related concepts and how citizenship education is enacted in the classroom. Currently, she is exploring the concepts of Asian citizenship and Confucian democracy and the application to the modern Asian contexts.
Sim, J.B.-Y., Chua, S., & Krishnasamy, M. (2017). "Riding the citizenship wagon": Citizenship conceptions of Social Studies teachers in Singapore. Teacher and Teaching Education, 63, 92-102.
Han, C., Hoskins, B., & Sim, J. B.-Y. (2014). The relationship between forms of efficacy and future voting: Analysis of the quantitative and qualitative data from vocational upper secondary schools in England and Singapore. Compare: A Journal of Comparative and International Education, 44 (5), 801-825.
Sim, J.B.-Y. (2012). The burden of responsibility: Elite students' understandings of civic participation in Singapore. Educational Review, 64(2), 195-210.
Here you will find the members in our SIG and their recent publications and research interests.