Internationalization and Global Citizenship: Policy and Practice in Education

Internationalization and Global Citizenship: Policy and Practice in Education

by Miri Yemini

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Product Details

ISBN-13: 9783319817774
Publisher: Springer International Publishing
Publication date: 07/11/2018
Edition description: Softcover reprint of the original 1st ed. 2017
Pages: 193
Product dimensions: 5.83(w) x 8.27(h) x (d)

About the Author

Miri Yemini is Lecturer at the Constantiner School of Education at Tel Aviv University, Israel. Her research interests include entrepreneurship in education, globalization and internationalization in education, and project management in education systems.

Table of Contents

Preface

Chapter 1: Introduction

Part 1 – Internationalization Policy and Discourse

Chapter 2: Can parallel lines intersect? Analysis of European Commission’s Mobility Policies for Higher Education and for School Levels

Chapter 3: A comparative analysis of media coverage of global dimension in UK and Israel

Part 2 – Global Citizenship Education

Chapter 4: Systematic review of empirical research on GCE (global citizenship education) with theoretical and practical implementations

Chapter 5: Local and global identities in different educational contexts

Part 3 – IB from New Angles

Chapter 6: Conflicting values, power relations, and isomorphism

Chapter 7: Myopia or pink glasses? The story of the new international school for peace and sustainability in Israel

Chapter 8: Conclusions

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From the Publisher

“Yemini has provided a unique resource for scholars and students involved in research on internationalization in education. With an impressive collection of empirical studies along with astute theoretical insights, the book provides a valuable resource for conceptualizing and further investigating this evolving arena.” (Robin Shields, Senior Lecturer in Higher Education Management, School of Management, University of Bath, UK )


“Yemini tackles the complexity of educational internationalization and its project of producing the global citizen in post-national times. This book brings to the surface both the challenges and the urgent case for some transcendent notion of citizenship if education systems are to contribute to a hopeful future.” (Catherine Doherty, Associate Professor of Education, School of Cultural and Professional Learning, Queensland University of Technology, Australia)


“This book makes a significant contribution to the growing field of international education through its comprehensive exploration of the process of internationalization across a wide range of educational contexts. Yemini has achieved a skillful integration of evidence, including a specific case study of a new International school in Israel. Fundamental issues are raised and insights revealed that will be of interest to teachers at secondary and tertiary levels and which will also be of value to researchers in the field.” (Jeff Thompson, Emeritus Professor of Education, University of Bath, UK)

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