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comparative education

Development of Chinese Students’ Core Competence Using STEAM School-Based Curriculum Following Backward Design Theory: A Case Study

A school-based curriculum using backward design is seen useful in improving Chinese students’ core competence. This study examines this assumption to see if a STEAM...
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Comparisons of «Subject talk» in Classroom Assessment – tracing Educational Policy across School Subjects and Classroom practices

Proposal In Norway, as well as in many other countries, there has been a growing focus on measurement of learning outcomes (author 2010, 2015). A...
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Are Human Capital Gains from Short Cycle Higher Education (ISCED5) Relevant for Latin American Countries?

Career Technical and Vocational Higher Education. also known as short cycle higher education (ISCED 5) is important because it responds to the global demands in...
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Reexamination of “Best Practices” in Inclusive Education for Children with Disabilities: Bhutan Revisited

The overall objective of this study is to reexamine “best practices” in education for children with disabilities by explicating voices of teachers working at government...
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Achieving excellence through diversity? An examination of presence and role of diversity offices in universities worldwide

In the pursuit toward excellence, how have universities worldwide incorporated and institutionalized diversity and inclusion? How is the notion of diversity conceptualized and interpreted in...
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Local Education Policies and Practices For Ethnic Minority Children In Post-War Japan

This study examines the provision and development of local policies and practices for the education for ethnic minority children in post-war Japan with a particular...
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Solidarity with whom and why? The making of global, European and individual subjectivities in schools promoting a European ethos

As multilingual schools established inter-governmentally by the EU in select European cities for the children of cross-border EU bureaucrats, Schola Europaea are not only meant...
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The Transformation of Students’ Values after a Global Citizenship Program Including Short-term Study Abroad at a High School

The purpose of this study is to clarify the transformation of students’ values and experiences several years after a short-term study abroad experience included in...
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(Re)considering the sociological canon in Zambian pre-service teacher education: From Marx, Mead, and Mills to Mbuyi, Mulenga, and Munkombwe

Background and Objectives At many institutions around the world, sociological examinations of educational processes are included as central components in pre-service teacher education programs. These...
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University-Based International Student Teaching: A Bourdieuian Analysis

Gaps remain in our qualitative understanding of learning to teach abroad in relation to wider social and political implications of such experiences. My paper focuses...
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