2 edition of Comparative education found in the catalog.
Nicholas A. Hans
Bibliogr.: p. 326-328.
|Series||International library of sociology and social reconstruction|
|LC Classifications||LA21 .H3 1964|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||x, 333 p. --|
|Number of Pages||333|
John Dewey declared that young people should be taught to use the experimental method in meeting problems of the changing environment. In the United States education has traditionally been under state and local control, although the federal government has played a larger role in the latter half of the 20th cent. Arnove, Philip G. Washington, DC: Falmer Press, In the 20th cent.
Issues examined include modernization without Westernization, the role of international donor agencies, the reform of educational governance, public-private relations, the changing patterns of higher education, the education of girls and women, the professionalization of teaching, Comparative education book the nature of literacy campaigns. Throughout history theories of education have reflected the dominant psychologies of learning and systems of ethics. This information is then contrasted with North American trends identified by scholars examining research by members of the Comparative and International Education Society and articles in the Comparative Education Review cited under Scholarly Journals and Publications. Historical and Theoretical Explorations in Comparative Education. A major finding was that, contrary to general belief in the West, the Soviet government was more financially supportive of general secondary education than of specialist vocational education.
This idea has actually never been abandoned, although varying criteria of truth and authority have influenced both the content and the Comparative education book of education. Lewes: Falmer Press. Groundbreaking and insightful, it draws on the latest research and developments in the field to give a comprehensive overview and analysis of the contemporary condition of this valuable form of research. Comprised of eight chapters, this book begins by presenting a neat, simple, and generally accepted definition of comparative education.
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Arnove, Philip G. The current stage of world development provides previously unavailable opportunities for the well-being of humanity; however, it also poses systemic dangers resulting from totalitarian governments, degrading industrial work, environmental destruction, and militarism.
Comparative education book Thomas. Kelly, 1— Skinner developed a theory of learning, Comparative education book on animal experimentation, that came to have a strong effect on modern theories of education, especially through the method of programmed instruction.
Globalizing education policy. With the Renaissance, education of boys and some girls in classics and mathematics became widespread.
Throughout history theories of education have reflected the dominant psychologies of learning and systems of ethics. Reconceptualizing the politics of Japanese education: Reimagining comparative studies of Japanese education.
He is widely recognized as a distinguished authority in the field of comparative education. Takayama, Keita. Opportunities for higher education were expanded, especially in the land-grant colleges of the western United States. Yamada cited under General Overviewsfor example, finds notable differences between the discourses and practices of North American Comparative education book Japanese researchers, with the former tending to locate their research in existing Comparative education book and the latter trying to understand a particular situation before eventually finding patterns or elements applicable to a wider situation.
International Comparative education book of Research in Arts Education. Table of Contents. In studies of Soviet education in the s and s Noah dealt primarily with the economic and public finance aspects of schools and higher education in that country.
Edited by J. Edited by Albert C. Lewes: Falmer Press. This idea has actually never been abandoned, although varying criteria of truth and authority have influenced both the content and the techniques of education.
Biddle, Thomas L. This study employs data from many countries to describe the nature, extent, and possible consequences of dishonest conduct in and around schooling, higher education, and scientific research. Edited by Robert F. International Handbook of Teachers and Teaching. Greenwich, CT: Ablex Pub.
The priority given to each of these dimensions varies not only across individuals but also across national and regional boundaries and epistemic communities.
Bray, Mark, and R. Comparative education considers the implications of comparative studies for the formation and implementation of policies in education, social, national and international development.
International Encyclopedia of National Systems of Education. This information is then contrasted with North American trends identified by scholars examining research by members of the Comparative and International Education Society and articles in the Comparative Education Review cited under Scholarly Journals and Publications.
Boston: Kluwer Academic, The consequences of modernity. Arnove, R.Comparative education is the field of education that analyses the education system of a country by using data and systems from other countries, and designs policies to improve education.
Almost every Education Studies degree includes an element of comparative education, and this book provides an accessible undergraduate-level introduction to the theme. It begins by defining what is meant by the term 'comparative education' and examines the benefits of studying it to students, policy makers, educators and academics.
The book then takes a largely age-phase approach with a. In the book "Comparative Education Research: Approaches and Methods", by Bray, Adamson and Mason () an entire chapter is dedicated to comparative studies of educational systems.
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