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Engaging ideas, transforming minds
Engaging ideas, transforming minds
2017 comparative and international education 2e cvr
Canadian Scholars’ Press
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Education
432 pages
6 x 9 inches
March 2017
Print ISBN: 9781551309514
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Overview

With a stronger focus on the teacher’s role and emerging alternative pedagogies in diverse settings, this thoroughly updated second edition draws on research by scholars from the Americas, Australia, Africa, Asia, Europe, and the Middle East. Comparative and International Education offers an overview of the history of comparative education and international development education, exploring issues related to social justice, human rights, gender equality, and Indigenous knowledge in the classroom. Appropriate for use in undergraduate and graduate education courses, this edited collection will help students better understand how globalization has impacted the classroom and led to the internationalization of schooling.

Features

Table of Contents

Preface
List of Abbreviations

Chapter One: Why Study Comparative Education?
Ruth Hayhoe, Caroline Manion, and Karen Mundy

SECTION I: (RE)FORMING SCHOOLING: PHILOSOPHY, POLICY, AND SCHOOL ORGANIZATION

Chapter Two: Philosophy and Comparative Education: What Can We Learn from East Asia?
Ruth Hayhoe and Jun Li

Chapter Three: Reinventing Schooling: Successful Radical Alternatives from the Global South
Joseph P. Farrell, Caroline Manion, and Santiago Rincón-Gallardo

Chapter Four: Understanding Pedagogy: Cross-Cultural and Comparative Insights from Central Asia
Sarfaroz Niyozov

Chapter Five: Comparative Perspectives on School Improvement
Stephen Anderson and Malini Sivasubramaniam

SECTION II: JUSTICE, KNOWLEDGES FOR CHANGE, AND SOCIAL INCLUSION

Chapter Six: Comparative Indigenous Ways of Knowing and Learning
Katia Sol Madjidi and Jean-Paul Restoule

Chapter Seven: Gender and Education
Kara Janigan and Vandra Lea Masemann

Chapter Eight: Human Rights Education for Social Change: Experiences from South Asia
Monisha Bajaj

Chapter Nine: Global Citizenship Education in Schools: Evolving Understandings, Constructing Practices
Mark Evans and Dina Kiwan

Chapter Ten: Conflict, Peacebuilding, and Education: Rethinking Pedagogies in Divided Societies, Latin America, and Around the World
Kathy Bickmore

SECTION III: EDUCATION IN THE WORLD SYSTEM: GLOBALIZATION AND DEVELOPMENT

Chapter Eleven: Education for All: Comparative Sociology of Schooling in Africa and Beyond
Karen Mundy and Robyn Read

Chapter Twelve: The Internationalization of Schooling: Implications for Teachers
Julia Resnik

Chapter Thirteen: International Education Indicators and Assessments: Issues for Teachers
Anna K. Chmielewski, Joseph P. Farrell, and Karen Mundy

About the Contributors
Index

Kathy Bickmore

Kathy Bickmore is a Professor of Curriculum, Teaching and Learning at the Ontario Institute for Studies in Education (OISE).

Comparative and International Education, Comparative and International Education, 2nd Edition

Ruth Hayhoe

Ruth Hayhoe is a Professor of Comparative Higher Education at OISE and President Emerita of the Education University of Hong Kong.

Comparative and International Education, Comparative and International Education, 2nd Edition

Caroline Manion

Caroline Manion is an Assistant Professor, Teaching Stream, Comparative, International and Development Education at OISE.


Karen Mundy

Karen Mundy is a Professor of Comparative, International, and Development Education at OISE and Chief Technical Officer at the Global Partnership for Education.

Comparative and International Education, Comparative and International Education, 2nd Edition

Robyn Read

Robyn Read is a doctoral student at OISE.


Reviews

"Containing current, comprehensive, and critical approaches to a wide range of international education issues, Comparative and International Education is a must-have for teacher education programs. New and experienced teachers will benefit from this revised text written by key scholars in the field… This is an essential text to make sense of the implications of globalization for teaching today."
—  Marianne Larsen, Faculty of Education, Western University

"This edited collection provides a needed link between international education research and the professional concerns of pre-service teachers and practicing educators. The diverse compilation of essays explores … educational issues in areas of the world often ignored in teacher education programs. The book stimulates readers to think comparatively about their own educational practices and experiences, encouraging teachers to think in new ways about common educational issues."
—  Rebecca Clothey, School of Education, Drexel University

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