Comparative and International Education, 2nd Edition (Paperback)
With a stronger focus on the teacher's role and emerging alternative pedagogies in diverse settings, this thoroughly updated second edition draws on research by scholars from the Americas, Australia, Africa, Asia, Europe, and the Middle East. Comparative and International Education offers an overview of the history of comparative education and international development education, exploring issues related to social justice, human rights, gender equality, and Indigenous knowledge in the classroom. Appropriate for use in undergraduate and graduate education courses, this edited collection will help students better understand how globalization has impacted the classroom and led to the internationalization of schooling.
- includes discussion questions, suggestions for further reading, and links to video resources
- students will have access to the Comparative and International Education companion website which features links to online resources