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A Program Evaluation of an International Collaboration to Better Train, Support, and Prepare Teachers in Saudi Arabia

The Kingdom of Saudi Arabia (KSA) is envisioning a future less dependent on oil, with a diversified industry harvested through quality education and a knowledge-based...
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Elementary Science Teacher Candidates’ Use of Science Phenomenon for Instruction

An explicit goal of science education as introduced by the NRC (2012) framework is to emphasize on scientific literacy across K-12 grades. Scientific literacy is...
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Returning scholars in Kazakhstan and their role in neocolonial oppression in academia

Throughout Kazakhstan’s long history, native intellectuals have played a controversial role in the process of colonization. Early thinkers of the 19th century, such as Abay...
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Learning outcomes changing education – traces of policy in practice

This video paper presentation prepared for the vCIES 2020 undertakes a discussion approach to a set of three empirical studies from the Learning outcomes in...
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Supporting Formal School Systems in Liberia with Accelerated Education Programming

This presentation discusses three ways AEP supports the Liberian formal education system which may be considered for other settings. The Accelerated Quality Education for Liberian...
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Democracy as a principle for education manager training programs

In a training program, it must be assumed that all participants are actors and capable of producing knowledge. Knowledge building happens according to the possibilities...
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Working with school principals where there are none: strengthening school principals in rural Guatemala

This presentation will expose the results of the implementation of two actions aimed at strengthening elementary school principals in Guatemala. The first was developed by...
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Archive as sympoiesis – The absence of university partnership of the ASA’s archivization in the 1970s

Though archives are records of history, the selection and preservation of archives are influenced by multiple political dynamics and power relations. As sympoiesis, the establishment...
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Per-capita per-credit higher education funding: Implementation risks at universities in Kazakhstan

This presentation focuses on higher education funding reform in Kazakhstan where one of the policy options under consideration has been per-capita per-credit based university funding...
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Governance of Taiwan’s higher education: Case studies of two premier universities

Reporting a significant part of the findings from the research project funded by the Ministry of Science and Technology in Taiwan, this study examines the...
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