4 edition of Learning from Comparing: New Directions in Comparative Educational Research. Volume 2 found in the catalog.
November 1, 2000
by Symposium Books
Written in English
|Contributions||Robin Alexander (Editor), Marilyn Osborn (Editor), David Phillips (Editor)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||300|
Robin Alexander is a British educationist and academic known particularly for championing the cause of primary education, for his leadership of the Cambridge Primary Review, and for his research and writing on education policy, culture, curriculum, pedagogy, dialogic teaching and comparative and international education. He is currently Fellow of Wolfson College at the University of Cambridge. They also contend that their approach to studying El Chavo del Ocho is a new direction in comparative education research. Daniel Friedrich is an Associate Professor of Curriculum at Teachers College, Columbia University where Erica Colmenares is a doctoral candidate in the Curriculum and Teaching department.
This revised and updated second edition of Comparative and International Education: An Introduction to Theory, Method and Practice provides a comprehensive and authoritative introduction to the key themes, definitions and approaches in this important field. It covers the history, theory, and methods of comparative and international education, as well as the relationship with education and. A Comparative Perspective. Author: John N. Hawkins,Aki Yamada,Reiko Yamada,W. James Jacob; Publisher: Springer ISBN: X Category: Education Page: View: DOWNLOAD NOW» This volume analyzes the dominance of STEM fields in various university rankings and the reasons why many governments in the world disproportionately give value to STEM fields.
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Learning from Comparing is a major two-volume study which reassesses the contribution of comparative educational research and theory to our understanding of contemporary educational problems and to our capacity to solve : Paperback.
Learning from Comparing: new directions in comparative education research: Volume 2: policy, professionals and development - Ebook written by Robin Alexander, Marilyn Osborn, David Phillips.
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Oxford: Symposium Books, pp. ROBERT F. ARNOVE. Indiana University, Bloomington. This edited volume is the outcome of a series of seminars funded by the United. Learning from Comparing: New Directions in Comparative Educational Research.
Volume 2: Policy, Professionals and by: Learning from Comparing: New Directions in Comparative Educational Research. Volume 1: Contexts, Classrooms and by: In Learning from Comparing: New Directions in Comparative Education Research, vol.
1, this phenomenon is in evidence; and yet the breadth and scope of the discourse contained in the book make clear that far from undermining its potential uses, the multifarious aspects of the field constitute one of comparative education’s greatest strengths.
Policing the Subject: Learning Outcomes, Managerialism and Research in PCET. James Avis - - British Journal of Educational Studies 48 (1)Cited by: The article reviews five qualitative comparative studies in order to reflect on methods and methology of international comparative research within a qualitative paradigm.
The goals, methodologies and theoretical perspectives of these studies are described and compared. Issues such as the different uses of the notion ‘culture’, and the purpose of comparison, are raised and by: R.
Alexander, M. O sborn & D. Phillips (Eds) Learning from Comparing: new directions in comparative educational research. Volume 2, Policy, Prof essionals and De velopment. () “Chaos and Complexity Theory in the Study of School Management” in Alexander, R and Broadfoot, P (eds) Learning from Comparing: New Directions in Comparative Research, Vol 2, Oxford: Symposium Books.
Learning from Comparing: New Directions in Comparative Educational Research, vol. 1, Contents, Classrooms, and Outcomes edited by Robin Alexander, Patricia Broadfoot, and David Phillips R. Stones from other hills may serve to polish the jade of this one: towards a neo-comparative ‘learnology’ of education.
Compare, 29, – Google Scholar. Carnoy, M. & Samoff, J. Education and social transformation in the Third World. Princeton, NJ: Princeton University Press. Google by: This review evaluates the contribution of Comparative and International Research in Education: globalisation, context and difference by Michael Crossley & Keith Watson (London: RoutledgeFalmer, ) to current efforts at exploring ways forward for comparative education, suggesting alternative ways in which central questions could be approached.
It focuses on the notion of balance in policy Cited by: 1. New Directions of STEM Research and Learning in the World Ranking Movement: A Comparative Perspective (International and Development Education) [Hawkins, John N., Yamada, Aki, Yamada, Reiko, Jacob, W.
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Approaches and methods in comparative education are of obvious importance, but do not always receive adequate attention. This second edition of a well-received book, containing thoroughly updated and additional material, contributes new insights within the longstanding traditions of the field.
The field of comparative education has been particularly slow to get ‘past the post’ (Cowen, ) and actively engage with the ideas of postmodernism.1 Over 15 years ago, Rust, who was then. Find many great new & used options and get the best deals for Learning from Comparing: New Directions in Comparative Educational Research: Volume 1: Contexts, Classrooms and Outcomes by Symposium Books (Paperback, ) at the best online prices at eBay.
Free delivery for many products. He is an Honorary Member of the Comparative Education Society in Europe and Chair of the Editorial Board of Comparative Education. His latest () publications include ‘Embodied Comparative Education’, Comparative Education, 54(1), Mailing address.
Professor Robert Cowen. UCL Institute of Education 20 Bedford Way. London WC1H OAL. UKCited by: 1. From the mids his research increasingly pursued international and comparative themes.
The two volumes of Learning from Comparing: new directions in comparative education research ( and ) brought together leading experts to re-assess the scope and methods of comparative enquiry. (Editor, with others): Learning From Comparing: New Directions in Comparative Educational Research, Vol.
1, Contexts, Classrooms and Outcomes, Symposium Books, (with Robin Alexander and Patricia Broadfoot); Vol.2, Policy, Professionals and Development: Symposium Books, (with Robin Alexander and Marilyn Osborn). Martin Carnoy is the Vida Jacks Professor of Education at Stanford University School of Education.
He is former president of the Comparative and International Education Society and is a fellow of the National Academy of Education, the International Academy of Education, the American Educational Research Association, and the Comparative and International Education : Martin Carnoy.This edited collection illustrates new directions of STEM higher education from the perspective of twenty-first century types of learning outcomes and focuses on the need for developing an interdisciplinary approach to STEM higher education reform in a globalized world.