Researching Higher Education in Asia

Functional 2007 Huang, F Internationalization of Higher Education in the Developing & Emerging Countries: a focus on transnational higher education in Asia Journal of Studies in International Educaton 2008 Deem, R; Mok, KH & Lucas, ...

Author: Jisun Jung

Publisher: Springer

ISBN: 9789811049897

Category: Education

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This book discusses higher education research as a field of study in Asia. It traces the evolution of research in the field of higher education in several Asian countries, and shares ideas about the evolving higher education research communities in Asia. It also identifies common and dissimilar challenges across national communities, providing researchers and policymakers essential new insights into the relevance of a greater regional articulation of national higher education research communities, and their further integration into and contribution to the international higher education research community as a whole.
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STEM Education from Asia

International Journal of STEM Education, 5(32). doi: https://dol.org/10.1186/s40584-018-0127-2 John, A., & Estonanto, J. (2017). Acceptability and difficulty of the stem track implementation in senior high school. Asia Pacific Journal ...

Author: Tang Wee Teo

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 9781000516296

Category: Education

Page: 262

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Asia is the largest continent in the world. Five out of the top ten high performing economies in the Programme for International Student Assessment (PISA) 2018 are located in Asia. Why do Asian students perform so well in STEM-related subjects? This book answers this by examining the STEM education policies and initiatives in Asian economies, as well as the training programmes undertaken by STEM teachers in Asia. The book is broken into four sections, each accompanied by a passage of commentary that summarizes the key takeaways of the chapters. Section one focuses on STEM policy environments and how various countries have developed policies that promote STEM as an integral part of national economic development. Section two focuses on STEM teacher education in the Philippines and Thailand, while section three focuses on STEM curriculum design, context, and challenges in four Asian economies. The fourth and final section focuses on presenting snapshots of STEM education research efforts in Malaysia, South Korea, and Singapore. Written by Asian academics, this book will provide valuable insights to policy makers, educators, and researchers interested in the topic of STEM education, especially in the Asian context. Chapters 7 and 11 of this book are freely available as a downloadable Open Access PDF under a Creative Commons Attribution-Non Commercial-No Derivatives 4.0 license available at http://www.taylorfrancis.com
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Citizenship Education in Asia and the Pacific

International Review of Education: Special Number: Problems of Teaching Moral Values in a Changing Society, 26, 171-185. ... In W. Cummings, S. Gopinathan, & Y. Tomoda (Eds.), The revival of values education in Asia and the West (pp.

Author: W.O. Lee

Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media

ISBN: 9781402079351

Category: Education

Page: 314

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It is a great pleasure to present this book, edited by a distinguished team at the Hong Kong Institute of Education and with excellent contributors from nine countries in the region and beyond. The book is a truly comparative work which significantly advances conceptual understanding. The comparisons undertaken are at many levels and with different units for analysis. One chapter undertakes comparison in two cities (Hong Kong and Guangzhou), three chapters make comparisons between two eountries (South Korea and Singapore; Solomon Islands and Vanuatu; South Korea and China); and five chapters undertake eomparisons across the whole region. Other on individual countries or, in one case, on a single schoo!. In addition, ehapters foeus several chapters examine the attitudes and roles played by individuals and groups within societies. The book is thus an admirable example of the vitality of the field of comparative education in selecting different units for analysis and in examination of issues from diverse angles. Within the book, moreover, readers will find a fascinating array of settings and environments. On the one hand, for example, is Japan with its relatively homogenous eulture, a population of 126 million, and a strong national identity based on language and history. On the other hand is Solomon Islands, which has a population of just 400,000 scattered over 1,000 islands, approximately 90 indigenous languages, and major social problems arising from culture c\ashes, econornic forces, political dyna mies and legacies of colonialism.
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Secondary School English Education in Asia

Continuing on from the previously published Primary School English-Language Education in Asia: From Policy to Practice (Moon and Spolsky, 2012), this book compiles the proceedings which took place at the 2011 annual conference of ...

Author: Bernard Spolsky

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 9781317642756

Category: Education

Page: 222

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Continuing on from the previously published Primary School English-Language Education in Asia: From Policy to Practice (Moon & Spolsky, 2012), this book compiles the proceedings which took place at the 2011 annual conference of AsiaTEFL which took place in Seoul, Korea. It surveys the current status, practices, challenges, and future directions of Secondary English education in 11 diverse countries - in Israel, Japan, Korea, Singapore, Bangladesh, India, Indonesia, Malaysia, Pakistan, Vietnam and China. Given the importance of secondary English education as the central feature for continuing development of target language and culture in English language teaching in Asia, each contributed chapter includes key policies, theories, and practices related to the development and implementation of country-specific curricular and instructional programs in secondary English educational contexts in these countries. Secondary School English Education in Asia: From Policy to Practice critically analyses both sides of the English language debate – from advantages to complications – in its chapters including: Educating for the 21st Century: The Singapore Experience Miles to Go ...: Secondary Level English Language Education in India English Language Education Innovation for the Vietnamese Secondary School: The Project 2020 Exploring the Value of ELT as a Secondary School Subject in China: A Multi-goal Model for English Curriculum Secondary School English Education in Asia will appeal to English Language Teaching (ELT) researchers, teacher educators, trainee teachers and teachers, primarily those teaching in Asia.
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Media Education in Asia

many of his students have been from Asia. Thus his insights are valuable, especially for understanding the issue of Asian societies learning from the West in developing media education models. Buckingham and Domaille warn that it might ...

Author: Chi-Kim Cheung

Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media

ISBN: 1402095295

Category: Education

Page: 225

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Media education in Asia is a relatively young, but rapidly developing part of the curriculum. Research has been conducted and papers have been written on various issues concerning media education in Asia. The dominant models of media education in the world are broadly Western and most are drawn from English-speaking countries. The question is whether a similar pattern exists in Asia, where there may be differences in culture, heritage, beliefs, values, education policy, as well as curriculum and pedagogy. Are educators in Asia following the Western model in developing and implementing media education, or are they devising their own models? With this question in mind, this book sets out to understand the prevailing perspectives regarding media education in various Asian societies. While most debates about media education are carried out in Western contexts, this book hopes to provide a platform for readers to examine this issue in an Asian context.
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Teacher Unions Social Movements and the Politics of Education in Asia

While the various nations and cultures of Asia have developed distinctive educational traditions through the centuries, in the more recent ex-colonial period, particularly since World War II, there has been a degree of congruence in the ...

Author: John P. Synott

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 9781351734240

Category: Social Science

Page: 354

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This title was first published in 2003:In the globalizing world, South Korea is widely regarded as a model example of how a school education system can enhance national economic development. Similar claims are made for other Asian NICs such as Taiwan. However, less understood is how the education system in South Korea became a site of intense conflict as, in the decade from 1989-99, a large movement of teachers battled with the government over development-related issues such as democratic reforms and human rights in schooling, in a struggle that divided this education-oriented society and at times plunged the nation’s schools into chaos. This book analyses the emergence of the National Teachers’ Union of Korea, Chunkyojo, and traces its struggle for educational reforms. The book examines the South Korean education system within national and global contexts and the historical experiences that have shaped the modern nation - such as its Confucianist history, its experiences of colonialism and the legacy of the Cold War conflict with North Korea. As South Korea searches for pathways for reunification, economic growth and the consolidation of democratic civil society, important new perspectives on the role of education emerge through this analysis of the teachers’ social movement. This book also presents separate chapters on teacher movements in Taiwan and the Philippines, that provide interesting comparisons to the South Korean case, while revealing the distinctive political and historical experiences that have shaped education in these societies and the emergence of reformist teacher movements. In a valuable appendix, the author discusses methodological and theoretical aspects of the research in this book.
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Legal Education in Asia From Imitation to Innovation

3 Law School Teaching Materials and the Anti-Corruption Academic Initiative A perceived lack of teaching materials could ... Ethics and Social Responsibility: Asian and Western Perspectives (McGraw-Hill Education (Asia) 2016) 273–320, ...

Author: Jiaxiang Hu

Publisher: BRILL

ISBN: 9789004349698

Category: Business & Economics

Page: 374

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Legal Education in Asia: From Imitation to Innovation is a curated collection of case studies that critically examine how conventional "transplanted" approaches to legal education are, or are on the cusp of being, redesigned across East Asia.
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Technical and Vocational Education in Asia and Oceania

1, September 1966 Review of educational progress in the Asian region Vol. I, No. 2, March 1967 The problem of educational wastage at the first level Vol. II, No. 1, September 1967 Widening horizons of education in the Asian region Vol.

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ISBN: STANFORD:36105003578734

Category: Technical education

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