Comparative and International Education, Second Edition
Issues for Teachers
Contributors draw on comparative research from the Americas, Australia, Africa, Asia, Europe, and the Middle East, and engage with such themes as the history and philosophy of comparative education, the right to education, alternative pedagogies, gender, Indigenous knowledge, peacebuilding, international assessments, and global citizenship. The updates to this edition include new chapters on human rights education and the internationalization of schooling, and a greater focus on issues of diversity and social justice education. Designed as a resource for teacher education programs, each chapter highlights the significance and the implications of the particular topic for teachers.
Comparative and International Education features a vivid portrayal of global educational practices, contributions from preeminent scholars from around the world, and invaluable teaching tools, including discussion questions, video suggestions, and further readings. This essential collection will be an indispensable resource for teachers, teachers-in-training, and students of comparative and international education.
- 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
Number of Pages
15.24 " x 22.86”
“Containing current, comprehensive, and critical approaches to a wide range of international education issues, Comparative and International Education is a must-have for teacher education programs. New and experienced teachers will benefit from this revised text written by key scholars in the field… This is an essential text to make sense of the implications of globalization for teaching today.”— Marianne Larsen, Faculty of Education, Western University
“This edited collection provides a needed link between international education research and the professional concerns of pre-service teachers and practicing educators. The diverse compilation of essays explores … educational issues in areas of the world often ignored in teacher education programs. The book stimulates readers to think comparatively about their own educational practices and experiences, encouraging teachers to think in new ways about common educational issues.”— Rebecca Clothey, School of Education, Drexel University