International and Comparative Education (ICE Magazine): Issue 2

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International and Comparative Education (ICE Magazine): Issue 2
 

Authored by Stephen Griffin

International and Comparative Education (ICE Magazine) is a publication with the purpose of sharing the best student-generated work being produced in the field today. Articles submitted are shared throughout the ICE community around the world with the aim of broadening knowledge of current work in the field and increasing chances for collaboration and cooperation between participants.

In this issue:

The effectiveness of higher education organisations and discouragement factors from joining the teaching profession in Kazakhstan by Kundyz Mukatayeva

Postcolonialism and me: A review of the key concepts in postcolonial theory and their relevance to my research in the field of International and Comparative Education by Lizzi Milligan

A Comparative and International Education Researcher's Role in the Pursuit of Genuine Partnership and Ownership: A Case Study of Education Reform in Kenya by Namy Yu

Should a Curriculum of Virtue be Taught? by Sarah DuBois

School-based Management (SBM): A Challenge for the Nepalese Education System by Milan Poudel

The Gay Global Village:
A Transnational Nexus of Gay Identities in the Age of Globalization by Braden Rico

Teaching English as a Foreign Language: controling and motivating Vietnamese Upper- Secondary School students by Dan Tam Thi Nguyen


Publication Date:
Aug 22 2011
ISBN/EAN13:
1466259620 / 9781466259621
Page Count:
138
Binding Type:
US Trade Paper
Trim Size:
6" x 9"
Language:
English
Color:
Black and White
Related Categories:
Education / Research




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