Comparative and international education : issues for teachers /
edited by Kathy Bickmore, Ruth Hayhoe, Caroline Manion, Karen Mundy, Robyn Read.
Second edition.
Toronto, Ontario ; Vancouver : Canadian Scholars, 2017.
xii, 420 pages : illustrations, maps, charts ; 23 cm
1551309513, 9781551309514, 9781551309521, 9781551309538
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Toronto, Ontario ; Vancouver : Canadian Scholars, 2017.
contents note
Why study comparative education? / Ruth Hayhoe, Caroline Manion, and Karen Mundy -- Philosophy and comparative education : what can we learn from East Asia? / Ruth Hayhoe and Jun Li -- Reinventing schooling : successful radical alternatives from the Global South / Joseph P. Farrell, Caroline Manion, and Santiago Rincón-Gallardo -- Understanding pedagogy : cross-cultural and comparative insights from central Asia / Sarfaroz Niyozov -- Comparative perspectives on school improvement / Stephen Anderson and Malini Sivasubramaniam -- Comparative Indigenous ways of knowing and learning / Katia Sol Madjidi and Jean-Paul Restoule -- Gender and education / Kara Janigan and Vandra Lea Masemann -- Human rights education for social change : experiences from South Asia / Monisha Bajaj -- Global citizenship education in schools : evolving understandings, constructing practices / Mark Evans and Dina Kiwan -- Conflict, peacebuilding, and education : rethinking pedagogies in divided societies, Latin America, and around the world / Kathy Bickmore -- Education for all : comparative sociology of schooling in Africa and beyond / Karen Mundy and Robyn Read -- The internationalization of schooling : implications for teachers / Julia Resnik -- International education indicators and assessments : issues for teachers / Anna K. Chmielewski, Karen Mundy, and Joseph P. Farrell.
"This edited collection explores the field of comparative and international education as it relates to the work of teachers. The book introduces Education students to research in comparative and international education, provides an overview of international issues in education, and explores education in diverse settings. The chapters draws on comparative research from around the globe and explore themes such as the history and philosophy of comparative education, the right to education, alternative pedagogies, gender, Indigenous knowledge, peace building, international assessments, and global citizenship. This expanded second edition has been thoroughly updated and contains two new chapters on human rights education and the internationalization of schooling. It also includes a stronger focus on teachers and their involvement in international education and on issues of diversity and social justice education. New scholars from around the world have contributed to this edition in order to give the scholarship a more international scope."--
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