Learning and teaching around the world : comparative and international studies in primary education / edited by Kimberly Safford and Liz Chamberlain.
Contributor(s): Safford, Kimberly | Chamberlain, Liz.Publisher: London ; New York, NY : Routledge, Taylor & Francis Group, 2019Description: xiv, 233 pages ; 26 cm.ISBN: 9781138485211 (pbk); 9781138485204 (hbk).Subject(s): Education, Primary -- Cross-cultural studies | Education, Primary -- Aims and objectives | Education, Primary -- Social aspects | Comparative educationDDC classification: 372
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Includes bibliographical references and index.
Introduction : "close up" and "wide angle" lenses on primary education / Kimberly Safford -- Primary education : why and how to compare? / Kimberly Safford -- Quality education for refugees in Kenya / Mary Mendenhall, Sarah Dryden-Peterson, Lesley Bartlett, Caroline, Ndirangu, Rosemary Imonje, Daniel Gakunga, Loise Gichuhi, Grace Nyagah, Ursulla Okoth and Mary Tangelder -- Multigrade pedagogies : Africa's response to Education for All / Charles Kivunja and Margaret Sims -- Thinking about a community of provision / Jonathan Rix -- Shadow education and its implications for social justice / Mark Bray and Ora Kwo -- Primary school medium of instruction policies in Ghana and India / Elizabeth J. Erling and Lina Adinolfi -- English language as an inclusion tool : the case of Syrian refugees in UK primary schools / Juliete Thondhlana and Roda Madziva -- Unpacking teachers' language ideologies in schools in Alsace, France / Andrea S. Young -- Negotiating worlds : a young Mayan child developing literacy at home and at school in Mexico / Patricia Azuara and Iliana Reyes -- What languages do you speak? : a reflexive account of research with multilingual pupils / Geri Smyth -- Indigenous ways with literacies in an Australian primary school / Kathy A. Mills, John Davis-Warra, Marlene Sewell and Mikayla Anderson -- Young British Muslims explore their experiences of primary school and "othering" / Alison Davies -- Is this the right school for my gender nonconforming child? / Graciela Slesaransky, Lisa Ruzzi, Connie DiMedio and Jeanne Stanley -- The challenges of realising inclusive education in South Africa / Dana Donohue and Juan Bornman -- Ongoing exclusion within universal education : why education for all is not inclusive / John Parry and Jonathan Rix -- Defining "teacher professionalism" from different perspectives / Nihan Demirkasimoglu -- Developing inclusive learning environments in rural classrooms in India / Freda Wolfenden -- Early childhood pre-service teachers engage in collegial dialogue / Kym M. Simoncini, Michelle Lasen and Sharn Rocco -- Teacher education in Sub-Saharan Africa and in one school in Kenya : macro challenges and micro changes / Kris Stutchbury, Joan Dickie and Patricia Wambugu -- Learning assistants in Sierra Leone : community support for future teachers / Martin Crisp and Kimberly Safford -- Is the grass always greener? / the effect of the PISA results on education debates in Sweden and Germany / Johanna Ringarp and Martin Rothland -- Creativy and education in the European Union and the United Kingdom / Dominic Wyse and Anusca Ferrari -- New teachers and corporal punishment in Ghanaian primary schools / Alison Buckler -- The Gambia : the intersection of the global and the local in a small developing country / Michele Schweisfurth -- Globalising education and the shaping of global childhoods / Nicola Ansell.