Project SEED Overview

Project SEED: social justice, education equity, diversityProject SEED (Research on Social Justice, Education Equity and Diversity through the Lens of Taiwan’s National Civic Literacy and Efficacy Initiative) is a multicultural collaborative effort focused on research in civic literacy and civic efficacy as mediated by issues relevant to social justice, education equity and diversity.

The study aims to generate knowledge about the development of civic knowledge and skills, and attitude toward, civic literacy and efficacy in Taiwan for research and development of civic engagement in language, social science and science learning.

The research outcomes, through onsite community-based action research, panel discussions, classroom participation and workshops, will be disseminated through an international symposium on civic literacy and efficacy, journal publications and a series of instructional activities on civic education to raise awareness of public and community issues relevant to social justice, equity and diversity.

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