Annual Review of Comparative and International Education 2018 Vol: 37

Alexander W. Wiseman
Texas Tech University, USA


Product Details
Format:
Hardback
ISBN:
9781838674168
Published:
27 Sep 2019
Publisher:
Emerald Publishing Limited
Dimensions:
344 pages - 152 x 229mm
Series:
International Perspectives on Education and Society
Since 2013, the Annual Review of Comparative and International Education has covered the significant developments in the field of comparative and international education. This year’s edition begins with a collection of reflective essays about comparative education trends and directions written by both professional and scholarly leaders in the field. Topics covered in the 2018 volume include major theoretical and methodological developments, reports on research-to-practice, area studies and regional developments, and the diversification of comparative and international education. A special introductory chapter addresses the “osmosis” of comparative and international education research across field and disciplinary boundaries.  
This book sheds light on the most recent advances and patterns within the field of comparative education and will prove an essential text for researchers in the field of global education.
Introduction. The Osmosis of Comparative and International Education: What, How, and Why CIE Research Appears in Non-CIE Journals; Petrina M. Davidson, Maureen Park, Nino Dzotsenidze, Obioma Okogbue and Alexander W. Wiseman 
PART 1: COMPARATIVE EDUCATION TRENDS AND DIRECTIONS  
Chapter 1. One Indicator to Rule Them All: How SDG 4.1.1 Dominates the Conversation and What It Means for the Most Marginalized; William C. Smith  
Chapter 2. Comparative and International Inclusive Education: Trends, Dilemmas, and Future Directions; Matthew J. Schuelka and Kate Lapham 
Chapter 3. The 'R-word' Today: An Expanded Understanding of Religion in Secular and Religious Formal and Non-Formal Educational Spaces; Bruce Collet and W. Y. Alice Chan 
Chapter 4. Teacher Education and the Ghost of the Nation State: How Comparative and International Education Matters for Teacher Development; Susan Wiksten 
Chapter 5. Widening the Lens: Going Global in Mathematics Education Research; Linda Platas and Yasmin Sitabkhan  
Chapter 6. Comparative and International Education: A Field Fraught with Contradictions; Maren Elfert and Chrissie Monaghan  
Chapter 7. Research and Practice in Comparative and International Higher Education; Meggan Madden and Gerardo L. Blanco  
Chapter 8. International Education Assistance in the Kyrgyz Republic: Partnership and the Role of Expertise in International Education Interventions; Alanna Shaikh 
Chapter 9. Advancing the Teaching of Comparative and International Education; Matthew A. M. Thomas and Jacqueline Mosselson 
PART 2: CONCEPTUAL AND METHODOLOGICAL DEVELOPMENTS  
Chapter 10. What is Comparative Education?; David A. Turner 
PART 3: RESEARCH-TO-PRACTICE  
Chapter 11. Transformation of the Public School in Latin America: Summary of Findings following Educando by Worldfund Educational Interventions; Cristina Salazar Gallardo and Consuelo Murillo 
Chapter 12. ICT4D, Policy Landscapes, and Practice Arenas: A Review of and Reflection on ICT Actors and Applications in African Higher Education; Ane Turner Johnson  
PART 4: AREA STUDIES AND REGIONAL DEVELOPMENTS 
Chapter 13. Is Engineering Harder to Crack than Science? A Cross-national Analysis of Women's Participation in Male Dominated Fields of Study in Higher Education; Naejin Kwak and Francisco O. Ramirez  
Chapter 14. The Teacher Supply in Latin America: A Review of Research; Paula Razquin  
Chapter 15. Play and/or Learning? Comparative Analysis of Dominant Concepts in National Curriculum Guidelines for Early Childhood Education in Norway, Finland, China and Hong Kong; Aihua Hu and Elin Eriksen Ødegaard 
Chapter 16. Education in Sub-Saharan Africa; C. C. Wolhuter  
Chapter 17. A Review of the Main Trends in the Reforms of School Structures in Europe; Nikolay Popov  
Chapter 18. Internationalization and Academic Mobility: Trends and Prospects in Georgian Higher Education; Lela Iosava 
PART 5: DIVERSIFICATION OF THE FIELD  
Chapter 19. Mapping Changes in Legislation and Implementation for Special Needs Education in India; Meenakshi Srivastava  
Chapter 20. "That Would Never Work Here": Overcoming 'Context Paralysis' on Behalf of Gender and Sexual Minorities Worldwide; Emily S. Meadows
Alexander W. Wiseman is Professor of Educational Leadership and Policy in the College of Education at Texas Tech University, USA. Dr. Wiseman holds a dual-degree Ph.D. in Comparative & International Education and Educational Theory & Policy from Pennsylvania State University. Dr. Wiseman conducts internationally comparative educational and policy research and is the author of many research-to-practice articles and books. He serves as Senior Editor of the online journal, FIRE: Forum for International Research in Education, and as Series Editor of International Perspectives on Education and Society.

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