The SAGE Handbook of Research in International Education, 2nd Edition

  • Mary Hayden University of Bath, Uk
  • Jack Levy
  • Jeff Thompson
  • Published By: Sage UK
  • ISBN-10: 1473943493
  • ISBN-13: 9781473943490
  • DDC: 370.116
  • Grade Level Range: 9th Grade - College Senior
  • 656 Pages | eBook
  • Original Copyright 2015 | Published/Released March 2017
  • This publication's content originally published in print form: 2015

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Overview

This updated edition analyses the origins, interpretations and contributions of international education and explores key contemporary developments, including internationalism in the context of teaching and learning leadership, standards and quality in institutions and systems of education, and the promotion of internationalism in national systems. This collection of research is an essential resource for anyone involved in the practice and academic study of international education, including researchers and teachers in universities, governmental and private curriculum development agencies, examination authorities, administrators and teachers in schools.

Table of Contents

Front Cover.
Half Title Page.
Other Frontmatter.
Title Page.
Copyright Page.
Contents.
List of Figures.
List of Tables.
Notes on the Editors and Contributors.
Acknowledgements.
Introduction to the Second Edition.
Historical Roots, Definitions and Current Interpretations.
1: Historical Resources for Research in International Education (1851–1950).
2: The History and Development of International Mindedness.
3: International Mindedness and Its Enemies.
4: Cosmopolitanism and Cosmopolitan Cultural Identity as a Model to Enrich International Education.
5: International Mindedness and the Brain: The Difficulties of ‘Becoming’.
6: Education for a Different World: How International Education Responds to Change.
7: The Global Education Terminology Debate: Exploring Some of the Issues*.
8: International and Comparative Education: Boundaries, Ambiguities and Synergies.
9: International Education as an Ethical Issue.
10: Voices From Abroad: A Contextual Approach to Educational Research and Cultural Diversity.
11: Realism and Antirealism in International Education Research.
12: International Schools, Education and Globalization: Towards a Research Agenda.
Internationalism in the Context of Teaching and Learning.
13: Culture and Identity: A Method for Exploring Individuals Within Groups.
14: Development and Assessment of Intercultural Competence.
15: Critical Perspectives on Language in International Education.
16: The Tail Wagging the Dog? Emergent Trends and Drivers of International Digital Education.
17: The Intersection of Learning, Globalization and Technology: Historical Perspectives and Future Outlooks.
18: A Cross-Cultural Perspective on Classroom Management.
19: Pre-Service Teacher Preparation for International Settings.
20: Preparing Globally Competent Teachers for the International School Context.
21: Teacher–Student Interpersonal Communication in International Education.
22: International Schools and International Curricula: a Changing Relationship.
23: Internationalization of Curriculum: a Critical Perspective.
24: International and Peace Education in the Twenty-First Century: Acknowledging Differences, Optimizing Collaboration.
25: Social Inclusion: A Core Value of International Education.
Leadership, Standards and Quality in Institutions and Systems of Education.
26: Developing Learning-Focused International Schools: a Case Study of Two Schools.
27: The Promotion of International Education in Formal Institutions: Potential for Conflict?.
28: Organizational Culture and School Leadership.
29: Fragmentation in Schools: A Micropolitical Discourse of Management, Culture and Postmodern Society.
30: Quality Assurance in National and International Schools: Accreditation, Authorization and Inspection.
31: Investigating Educational Policy Transfer.
32: Measurement and Isomorphism in International Education.
33: Monitoring Standards of Education Worldwide: Pisa and Its Consequences.
Promoting Internationalism and Globalization in National Systems: Some Case Studies.
34: International Education in the Usa and Canada: An Emerging Community of Interest.
35: Education for Cosmopolitan Citizenship in the Arab Region.
36: The Internationalization of Education Policy in Latin America.
37: Internationalizing School Curriculum in Australasia – as Niche, By Test, or At Heart?.
38: Internationalization and Globalization in Chinese K–12 Schools and University Education.
39: Elite Schools in International Education Markets in East Asia: Emerging Patterns, Successes and Challenges.
40: Teaching for the Earth or Teaching for the Nation? International Education in Japan.
Index.
Front Cover.
Half Title Page.
Other Frontmatter.
Title Page.
Copyright Page.
Contents.
List of Figures.
List of Tables.
Notes on the Editors and Contributors.
Acknowledgements.
Introduction to the Second Edition.
Historical Roots, Definitions and Current Interpretations.
1: Historical Resources for Research in International Education (1851–1950).
2: The History and Development of International Mindedness.
3: International Mindedness and Its Enemies.
4: Cosmopolitanism and Cosmopolitan Cultural Identity as a Model to Enrich International Education.
5: International Mindedness and the Brain: The Difficulties of ‘Becoming’.
6: Education for a Different World: How International Education Responds to Change.
7: The Global Education Terminology Debate: Exploring Some of the Issues*.
8: International and Comparative Education: Boundaries, Ambiguities and Synergies.
9: International Education as an Ethical Issue.
10: Voices From Abroad: A Contextual Approach to Educational Research and Cultural Diversity.
11: Realism and Antirealism in International Education Research.
12: International Schools, Education and Globalization: Towards a Research Agenda.
Internationalism in the Context of Teaching and Learning.
13: Culture and Identity: A Method for Exploring Individuals Within Groups.
14: Development and Assessment of Intercultural Competence.
15: Critical Perspectives on Language in International Education.
16: The Tail Wagging the Dog? Emergent Trends and Drivers of International Digital Education.
17: The Intersection of Learning, Globalization and Technology: Historical Perspectives and Future Outlooks.
18: A Cross-Cultural Perspective on Classroom Management.
19: Pre-Service Teacher Preparation for International Settings.
20: Preparing Globally Competent Teachers for the International School Context.
21: Teacher–Student Interpersonal Communication in International Education.
22: International Schools and International Curricula: a Changing Relationship.
23: Internationalization of Curriculum: a Critical Perspective.
24: International and Peace Education in the Twenty-First Century: Acknowledging Differences, Optimizing Collaboration.
25: Social Inclusion: A Core Value of International Education.
Leadership, Standards and Quality in Institutions and Systems of Education.
26: Developing Learning-Focused International Schools: a Case Study of Two Schools.
27: The Promotion of International Education in Formal Institutions: Potential for Conflict?.
28: Organizational Culture and School Leadership.
29: Fragmentation in Schools: A Micropolitical Discourse of Management, Culture and Postmodern Society.
30: Quality Assurance in National and International Schools: Accreditation, Authorization and Inspection.
31: Investigating Educational Policy Transfer.
32: Measurement and Isomorphism in International Education.
33: Monitoring Standards of Education Worldwide: Pisa and Its Consequences.
Promoting Internationalism and Globalization in National Systems: Some Case Studies.
34: International Education in the Usa and Canada: An Emerging Community of Interest.
35: Education for Cosmopolitan Citizenship in the Arab Region.
36: The Internationalization of Education Policy in Latin America.
37: Internationalizing School Curriculum in Australasia – as Niche, By Test, or At Heart?.
38: Internationalization and Globalization in Chinese K–12 Schools and University Education.
39: Elite Schools in International Education Markets in East Asia: Emerging Patterns, Successes and Challenges.
40: Teaching for the Earth or Teaching for the Nation? International Education in Japan.
Index.

Meet the Author

Author Bio

Jeff Thompson

Working as a software developer since 1985, Jeff Thompson has written applications in various languages such as BASIC, DBI, 6502 Assembler, C, and C++. He worked with and developed languages on platforms from the days of the TRS-80, Apple II, and the Macintosh Plus all the way up to today's latest Pentium PCs and the latest Macintosh PowerPC systems. He is employed by CTI Data SOlutions as Senior Systems Analyst and Technical Lead on one of the highest-rated Billing Analysis software applications in the country. He lives in Indianapolis, Indiana.