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Challenging Questions of Global Significance from the Young

Citations of non-Kairos documents (References)

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100. People: Global Issues Through our Lens: a current events curriculum guide for middle and high schools. 100 People Foundation, 2011 [text]

BBC,.  News, 14 August 2009. [text]

Blecher, Joni.  Teaching Kids to Understand Global Issues. The Huffington Post, 12 April 2015. [text]

Bryner, Jeanna.  Why Kids Ask Why. Live Science, 23 November 2009. [text]

Chouinard, M. M.  Children's Questions: a mechanism for cognitive development. Monographs of the Society for Research in Child Development, 72, 2007, 1.

Cockcroft, Lucy.  The children's questions that parents find it toughest to answer. The Telegraph, 8 January 2010. [text]

Community Hospice Grief Center. Answering Children's Questions About Death. 2006

Curtis, Diane.  Project-Based Learning: Real-World Issues Motivate Students. Edutopia, 1 November 2001. [text]

Edwards, David.  American Schools Are Training Kids for a World That Doesn't Exist. Wired, October 2014. [text]

Christina Puhakka Egholm. Big Questions from Little Children., 3 July 2004 [text]

Melissa R. Gross. Studying Children's Questions: imposed and self-generated information seeking at school. Scarecrow Press, 2005

Gudmundsen, Jinny.  Websites make real world issues kid-friendly. USA Today, 16 March 2007. [text]

Harris, Gemma Elwin.  Big Questions From Little People.. Answered By Some Very Big People. Faber and Faber, 2012.

Harwood, A. Cecil.  Childrens Questions. Education as an Art, 22, 1962, 2 [text].

Huffington, Christina / Huffington, Adriana.  Post, 4 April 2016. [text]

Kessler, Rachael.  The Soul of Education: helping students find connection, compassion and character at school. ASCD, 2000.

Kielburger, Craig / Kielburger, Marc.  How to Talk to Your Kids about Global Issues. Canadian Living, 2010. [text]

Kitzinger, Sheila / Kitzinger, Celia.  Tough Questions: talking straight with your kids about the real world. Harvard Common Press, 1991.

McCallie, Anna / Powell, Megan.  How Children's Questions Can Break Down Barriers. Sinai and Synapses, 11 February 2016. [text]

Meyerhoff, Michael.  How to Answer Difficult Questions From Children. Lifestyle: how stuff works.. [text]

Montgomery, Heather.  Local Childhoods, Global Issues. Policy Press, 2013.

Newman, Jodie.  Children's Questions About Death - And What To Answer. The Huffington Post, 14 August, 2014. [text]

Noctor, Colman / O'Rourke, Sean.  Answering the Unanswerable: children's questions about Paris Attacks. Walk in My Shoes, 26 November 2015. [text]

Oxfam,.  Teaching Controversial Issues. 2006. [text]

Francis, Pope.  : the Pope aswers letters from children around the world. Loyola Press, 2016.

Prince Edward Island Social Studies Curriculum. Student Guide to the Inquiry Process: GEO631A Global Issues -- Guided Practice and Project Planning. 2011 [text]

Quora,.  Why do some adults give nonsensical or useless answers to children's questions instead of serious interesting answers?.. [text]

Rakestraw, Marsha.  8 Tips for Discussing Challenging Global Issues with Your Child. Humane Connection, 8 May 2012. [text]

Publishing, Rh.  315 Childrens Questions and Answers. Crescent, 1986.

Rosenback, Rita.  Raising Global Citizens: Q is for Questions. Multilingual Parenting, 2015. [text]

Ruane, Brian.  Young Children's Engagement with Issues of Global Justice. Centre for Human Rights and Citizenship Education, 2010. [text]

Severns, Maggie.  Why Ask Why?. New Research Looks at Children's Questions. Education Policy, 1 December 2009. [text]

Singer, Peter.  The Drowning Child and the Expanding Circle. New Internationalist, April, 1997. [text]

Stephens, Karen.  Responding to Kids' Questions About Difference. Parenting Exchange, 2007. [text]

Stoppard, Miriam.  Questions Children Ask. Dorling Kindersley, 2001.

Sutcliffe, Jeremy.  Why global awareness matters to schools. The Guardian, 5 November 2012. [text]

Tavangar, Homa Sabet.  Growing Up Global: Raising Children to Be At Home in the World. Random House, 2013. [questions]

Think Global. Philosophy for Children (P4C). Global Dimension [text]

UNICEF. Communicating with Children: frequently asked questions. 2011 [text]

Wartenberg, Thomas E.  Big Ideas for Little Kids: teaching philosophy through children's literature. Rowman and Littlefield, 2014.

Webb, James T.  Grandparents' Guide to Gifted Children. Great Potential Press, 2004.

Wolf, Aline D.  Nurturing the Spirit: In Non-Sectarian Classrooms. Parent Child Press, 1996.

Wooden, Cindy.  'Simple, not Silly': Children's questions become book by Pope Francis. Catholic News Service, 28 January 2016. [text]

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