Рапопорт Анатолий

rapoport-anatolyРапопорт Анатолий — доктор философии, профессор Университета Пурдью (США), редактор журнала «Международные общественные исследования» («Journal of International Social Studies») (США).

 Анатолий Рапопорт профессор педагогики и методики преподавания в Университете Пурдью (США). Сфера его научных интересов включает вопросы гражданского и демократического образования, международного и глобального образования, поликультурного образования, феноменологии теории социального конструктивизма в образовании. Доктор Рапопорт — автор трёх книг и более 40 статей и глав. 

-Доктор наук (Педагогика), Университет Пурдью, 2006 г.
-Магистр (Педагогика), Университет Пурдью, 2002 г.
-Бакалавр, Тульский государственный педагогический институт, 1979 г. 

Трудовая деятельность:
-2016-по настоящее время: редактор журнала «Международные общественные исследования» («Journal of International Social Studies») Международной Ассамблеи Национального совета по социальным исследованиям США.
-2012-по настоящее время: профессор Университета Пурдью (Department of Curriculum and Instruction, Purdue University).
-2013-2015: директор Benjamin Franklin Transatlantic Fellows Summer Institute Университета Пурдью.
-2006-2012: Ассистент-профессор Университета Пурдью (Department of Curriculum and Instruction, Purdue University).
-2000-2006: Научный сотрудник Аккерманского Центра Демократического Гражданства Университета Пурдью (США).
-1992-2000: Специализированная школа №80 г. Санкт-Петербурга, Россия. 


1. Rapoport, A. (2015). Education reform and civic identity construction in Russia. Russian-American Education Forum, 7(3), n/p (Available at: http://www.rus-ameeduforum.com/content/en/?task=art&article=1001154&iid=23 ).
2. Rapoport, A. (2015). Global citizenship education: Classroom teachers’ perspectives and approaches. In M. Merryfield, T. Augustine, & J. Harshman (Eds.), Research in global citizenship education (pp. 119-136). Charlotte, NC: Information Age Publishing.
3. Rapoport, A. (2015). Facing the challenge: Obstacles to global and global citizenship education in US schools. In J. Zajda (Ed.), Nation-building and history education in a global culture (pp. 155-170). Dordrecht: Springer
4. Rapoport, A. (2015). Global aspects of citizenship education: Challenges and perspectives. In B. Maguth & J. Hilburn (Eds.), The state of global education: Learning with the world and its people (pp.27-41). New York: Routledge.
5. Rapoport, A. (2015). Challenges and opportunities: Resocialization as a framework for global citizenship education. In J. Zajda (Ed.), Globalization, ideology and politics of education reform (pp. 11-25). Dordrecht: Springer
6. Dundar, S., & Rapoport, A. (2014). Elementary students’ attitudes toward social studies, math, and science: An analysis with the emphasis on social studies. The Councilor: A Journal of Social Studies, 75(2), 1-11.
7. Rapoport, A. & Borshevsky, A. (2014). Multicultural education as a necessary condition to combat anti-Semitism. In E. Brick (Ed.) Annals of Judaica Institute #5 (pp. 9-16). Chisinau: Judaica Institute.
8. Rapoport, A. (2014). Forging rights in a new democracy: Ukrainian students between freedom and justice by Anna Fournier. (Book review). European Education, 46(1), 100-103.
9. Rapoport, A. (2013) Challenges to citizenship education in the post-Soviet era: Can education for democratic citizenship sustain the tide of patriotism? In A. Borshevsky, I. Vlakh & N. Duradur (Eds.), Active methods of citizenship education (pp. 14-20). Komrat: Institute for Democracy
10. Rapoport. A. (2013). Teacher exchange as a means of social studies curriculum internationalization. Journal of International Social Studies, 3(1), 69-79.
11. Rapoport, A. (2013). Global citizenship themes in the social studies classroom: Teaching devices and teachers’ attitudes. The Educational Forum, 77(4), 1-14.
12. Rapoport, A. (2013).The role and place of academic standards in the preparation of social studies teachers [in Russian]. In T. Temirov, G. Novikova, & A. Ioffe (Eds.) Problems of education quality: Best practices and innovations (pp. 46-52). Naberezhny Chelny, Russia: Center for Education and Development
13. Rapoport, A. (2012). Educating new citizens: The role of patriotic education in the post-Soviet countries. Educational Practice and Theory, 34(2), 81-105.
14. Rapoport, A. (2012).Challenges of social studies education: Views from around the world. Journal of International Social Studies, 2(2), 84-90
15. Rapoport, A. (2012). The role of Holocaust education in global citizenship education. Annals of Judaica Institute (pp. 9-15)
16. Rapoport, A. (2012). “I saw it with my own eyes”: Knowledge-constructing processes in the course of international exchanges of educators. In R. Helfenbein & T. Mason (Eds.), Ethics and international curriculum work: The challenges of culture and context (pp.185-204). Charlotte: Information Age Publishing.
17. Rapoport, A. (2012). Tucker, M. Surpassing Shanghai: An agenda for American education built on the world’s leading systems. Book review. Teachers College Record. Available at http://www.tcrecord.org/books/abstract.asp? ContentId=16634
18. Rapoport, A. (2011). The place of global citizenship in the social studies classroom. In W. Russell (Ed.), Contemporary social studies: An essential reader (pp.77-95). Charlotte: Information Age Publishing.
19. Rapoport, A. (2011). Nation-building, identity and citizenship education: cross cultural perspectives. (Book review). Asia-Pacific Journal of Education 31(2), 225-227.
20. Rapoport, A. (2011). For a rainy day: Motives and aims of the possible Stalin’s Final Solution. In Annals of Judaica Institute (pp. 5-27). Chisinau; Judaica Institute
21. Rapoport, A. (2011). Sustainability of teachers’ international experiences: Conditions for institutionalization of international program outcomes. Education Research International, vol. 2011, 1-9, article ID 591276; doi: 10.1155/2011
22. Rapoport, A. (2011). Civil society in the Republic of Moldova and the need of new models in citizenship education. In V. Anikin & I. Vlakh (Eds.). Civil Society: Problems and Perspectives (pp. 22-30). Komrat: Institute for Democracy.
23. Rapoport, A. (2011). In search of identity: Competing models in Russia’s civic education. In M. Grumet & L. Yates (Eds.), World Yearbook of Education 2011. Curriculum in Today’s World: Configuring Knowledge, Identities, Work and Politics (pp.199-213).London: Routledge
24. Rapoport, A. (2010). We cannot teach what we don’t know: Indiana teachers talk about global citizenship education. Education, Citizenship and Social Justice, 5(3), 179-190.
25. Rapoport, A. (2010). Similar rhetoric, different goals: Contemporary tendencies in patriotic education in Russia and Ukraine. World Studies in Education, 10(1), 27-46.
26. Rapoport, A. (2009). Countersocialization as citizenship education framework to combat corruption in transitional democracies. In A. Smokine & N. Chervenkov (Eds.), Education and Corruption (34-44). Chisinau: Ruxanda
27. Rapoport, A. (2009). Lonely business or mutual concern: The role of comparative education in the cosmopolitan citizenship debates. Current Issues in Comparative Education, 12(1) http://www.tc.columbia.edu/CICE/index.html
28. Borshevsky, A. & Rapoport, A. (2009) Civic education in contemporary global society (in Russian). Komrat: Institute of Democracy
29. Rapoport, A. (2009). Patriotic education in Russia: Stylistic move or the sign of substantive counter-reform? The Educational Forum 73(2), 141-153.
30. Rapoport, A. (2009). A forgotten concept: Global citizenship education and state social studies standards. Journal of Social Studies Research 33(1), 75-93.
31. Rapoport, A. (2008). Chained together: Education for global citizenship and human rights(in Russian).[Svyazannye odnoi tsepyu: Obrazovaniye v oblasti prav cheloveka I obrazovaniye v duhe global’nogo grazhdanstva]. In V. Anikin and R. Kleiman (Eds.) Civic education and human rights (pp. 18-34). Pontos: Chisinau, Moldova
32. Rapoport, A. (2008). The impact of international programs on careers and pedagogical practices of their participants: Russian experience. Teachers and Teaching: Theory and Practice14(3), 225-238.
33. Rapoport, A. (2008). Exchange programs for educators: American and Russian perspectives. Intercultural Education, 19(1), 67-77.
34. Rapoport, A. (2007). Fields unknown: Russian and American teachers on their exchange experiences. Saarbrücken: VDM Verlag.
35. Rapoport, A. (2007). The role of academic credits in the evaluation of learning outcomes (in Russian). Sbornik nauchnykh trudov Tulskogo Gosudarstvennogo Pedagogicheskogo Universiteta (pp.50-55) Tula State Pedagogical University
36. Rapoport, A. (2007). International exchange programs for educators: The role of participants’ culture in the interpretation of results. International Education 36(2), 83-105.
37. Rapoport, A. (2006). “Least known to Americans”: Content materials about the Soviet Union in the 1940s-1950s. The Social Studies, 97(2), 56-61.
38. Rapoport, A. (2006).Beware of Greeks? Some aspects of inter-cultural communication in international training programs for educators. Intercultural Education, 17(2), 179-194.
39. Nelson, L., & Rapoport, A. (2005). Russian civic education and social studies education at Purdue University. International Journal of Social Education, 20(2), 99-114.
40. Rapoport, A. (2004). International studies brought to light. Viewpoints, 34(2), 6
41. Rapoport, A. (2004). Hope, hostility, interest: What motivated teachers to teach about the Soviet Union after World War II. International Journal of Social Education, 19(1), 48-63.
42. Rapoport, A. (2003). On the development of multicultural competency of future teachers (in Bulgarian). In Prevantivna pedagogika kato nauchno poznaniye (pp.64-74). Sofia: Sofia St. Clement University
43. Nelson, L., Drake, F., & Rapoport, A. (2002). The teaching and learning of History in the education of democratic citizens in Russia and the United States (in Russian). In V. Fokine (Ed.), Grazhdanskoye obrazovaniye: Otechestvennyi i zarubezhnyi opyt v podgotovke pedagogo (pp. 57-66). Tula State Pedagogical University.
44. Rapoport, A. (2002). About some aspects and problems of multicultural education (in Russian). In V. Fokine (Ed.), Grazhdanskoye obrazovaniye: Otechestvennyi i zarubezhnyi opyt v podgotovke pedagogov (pp.114-121). Tula State University.
45. Rapoport, A. (2002). Sergei Ivanov. Russkaya istoria 1917-1991:Strukturnyi kurs. (Book review). Canadian Slavonic Papers, 44(1-2)