Globalisation and Pedagogy: Space, Place, and Identity

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Routledge, 2000 - 179 pages
There is considerable debate as to the nature, extent and significance of globalization. There is also a great deal of discussion of its implications for education, particularly in relation to the spread of global policy. The discussion of globalization and educational policy has two interrelated aspects - first, the examination of policies as they migrate around the globe, and second, the exploration of the processes of migration and how similar policies emerge in different national contexts. The authors of this book examine the changes and development that globalization in education has had on pedagogy. They consider different pedagogic practices and introduce a range of literature from around the world. This pedagogic text should help the reader to consider the impact of globalizing processes on many different sectors of education and training.

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David Scott is Professor of Curriculum, Pedagogy and Assessment and Faculty Director of Teaching and Learning at the Institute of Education, University of London, UK.

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