Annual Review of Comparative and International Education 2016 Vol: 30

Alexander W. Wiseman
Lehigh University, USA


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Product Details
Format:
Hardback
ISBN:
9781786355287
Published:
21 Dec 2016
Publisher:
Emerald Group Publishing Limited
Dimensions:
352 pages - 152 x 229 x 17mm
Series:
International Perspectives on Education and Society
The Annual Review of Comparative and International Education (ARCIE) is a forum for stakeholders and scholars to examine current trends and identify future directions in comparative and international education. The goal of the ARCIE volume is to examine current perspectives and future directions for the field using several essays as a context for discussion and analysis.  
Contributed chapters begin by addressing the questions and themes discussed in these essays which include: the use of new conceptual or methodological frameworks; the connection between research and practice; the emergence of new area studies, and diversification of the field to include human rights, multicultural and social education, environmental education, education for sustainable development, arts education, and special education, among others. 
The format of ARCIE pieces entails an analytic overview of published work in the field, noting key issues and future directions. It provides an important and well-cited international forum for the discussion of matters of comparative and international education theory, policy and practice.
A Synthesis of Published Comparative Education Research, 2014-2015: Further Data for Reflection in Comparative and International Education - Alexander W. Wiseman, Petrina M. Davidson and Calley Stevens-Taylor PART I: COMPARATIVE EDUCATION TRENDS AND DIRECTIONS Trends in Comparative and International Education: Perspectives from The Comparative Education Review - Bjorn H. Nordtveit Comparative and International Education: New Issues, New Dilemmas - Stephen P. Heyneman Comparative Education and International Development: Challenges in A Changing Landscape - Nitya Rao Taking The Stage: Reflections On the Identity and Future of Comparative and International Education - Simona Popa Comparative and International Research On Higher Education: Emerging Evidence On International Scholarship Programs - Laura W. Perna and Kata Orosz Acknowledging and Interrogating the Place of Race and Privilege in Comparative and International Education - Rolf Straubhaar Assess Reading Early to Inform Instruction, Improve Quality, And Realize Possibilities - Amber Gove and Margaret M. Dubeck Trends in Ethics and Comparative Education, Seen from an Excommunist Country - Roxana Ghia??u Diverse Responses to Diversity: Local and Global Approaches to Educating Heterogeneous Populations - Naomi A. Moland Rethinking Refugee Education: Principles, Policies and Practice from A European Perspective - Lutine de Wal Pastoor Innovation studies from a southern perspective: what new insights for comparative and international education? - Glenda Kruss, Simon McGrath and Il-haam Petersen PART II: CONCEPTUAL AND METHODOLOGICAL DEVELOPMENTS Real Life Lessons in Literacy Assessment: The Case of the Early Grade Reading Assessment in Nigeria - Alison Pflepsen, Amber Gove, R. Drake Warrick, Muhammad Bello Yusuf and Bilyaminu Inuwa Bello Critical Consciousness in The Crosscultural Research Space: Reflections from Two Researchers Engaged in Collaborative Cross-Cultural Research - Jean A. Madsen and Reitumetse Obakeng Mabokela Paulo Freire: The Comparative Educationist (Or Not) - David A. Turner The White Savior in The Mirror - Christopher J. Frey PART III: RESEARCH-TO-PRACTICE A Critical Assessment of “Higher Education and Economic Development: The Importance of Building Technological Capabilities” - Moses W. Ngware Psychosocial and Academic Adjustment Among Resettled Refugee Youth - Mary E. Brenner and Maryam Kia-Keating PART IV: AREA STUDIES AND REGIONAL DEVELOPMENTS Constructing Childhood in Global and Local Contexts: The Case of a Child-Friendly Schools Policy in Nepal - Adrienne Henck PART V: DIVERSIFICATION OF THE FIELD Beyond Multiculturalism: Conflict, Co-Existence, And Messy Identities - Elizabeth A. Worden and Cynthia Miller-Idriss Index
Alexander W. Wiseman, Lehigh University, Bethlehem, PA, USA

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