Integrated education through social education

  • Eglė Celiešienė Vytautas Magnus University, Lithuanian College of Democracy
  • Vytautas Kvieska Vytautas Magnus University, Education Academy
Keywords: Smart education, Positive socialization, Integration, Social capital

Abstract

In the article, the authors aim to substantiate how effectively we can use the subject of education in schools, primarily integrating Economics, Civic Education and Ethics. In the search for effective education for children and young people, we need to invest more in the integration of social education through the dissemination of smart education and positive socialization while still at school. Social action in order to anchor it is often stereotyped, typified and stigmatized, and so acts of social communication are needed and must be accompanied by actions of smart education, social cognition, social awareness and empowerment. Therefore, the social education theories and good practices discussed in this article seek to systematize, integrate methods and tools that enable coping, processing, achieving, creating or obtaining specific outcomes that transform education into meaningful life goals and empathy and social emotional skills.

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Published
2020-03-10
How to Cite
Celiešienė, E., & Kvieska, V. (2020). Integrated education through social education. Social Education, 52(2), 72-90. https://doi.org/10.15823/su.2019.52.6
Section
PART II. SOCIAL EDUCATION FOR CONSCIOUS INCLUSION AND WELFARE