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Subasi, Seyda; Hager, Barbara; Proyer, Michelle – Global Education Review, 2023
The term "inclusive education" has become a frequently used keyword for research due to the aim of achieving inclusivity in education and society. The term is used and translated in and across global documents that shape national policy and research as well as international research. The popularity, but also the emergency of, inclusion…
Descriptors: Cultural Context, Inclusion, Translation, Language Usage
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Jacobsen Evenshaug, Aurora; Lie, Elin Rødahl – Global Education Review, 2023
In 2017, a new core curriculum was implemented in Norwegian primary and secondary education, replacing the core curriculum from 1997. While the concept of "danning" is present in both curricula, its meaning and use seem to change. The concept of "danning" has a played a significant role in Norwegian society and educational…
Descriptors: Core Curriculum, Educational History, Foreign Countries, Elementary Secondary Education
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Westberg, Johannes – Global Education Review, 2023
The 19th century saw the rise of mass schooling. School acts were published, increasing number of teachers were trained and hired, and children increasingly attended schools. This development was strongest in Europe and North America, with schooling in the USA, France and Prussia leading the way. While this development with its national and…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Educational Practices, Educational History, European History
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MacLure, Maggie; MacRae, Christina – Global Education Review, 2022
The paper brings Froebel's philosophy into conversation with that of Deleuze. We focus on "the fold" and "on self-activity" as key concepts that hold a special place in the monist philosophies of both thinkers. One point at which their (very different) ontologies coincide is their conceptualization of a cosmos in which…
Descriptors: Early Childhood Education, Educational Philosophy, Child Development, Educational Environment
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Krengel, Fabian – Global Education Review, 2021
A key goal of global education in language teaching is to "have students 'think globally and act locally'"(Cates, 2013, p. 278) -- an idea in line with the concept of glocality. Virtual exchange -- i.e. connecting learners with different lingua-cultural backgrounds over extended periods of time via digital communication technologies (The…
Descriptors: Preservice Teachers, Language Teachers, Second Language Learning, Second Language Instruction
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Medvide, Mary Beth – Global Education Review, 2021
Work-based learning programs in the United States are designed to prepare adolescents for their first jobs and to develop the soft skills to be successful in in the classroom or the workplace. Historically these programs have neglected how work, education, and training in the local context are connected to issues on national and international…
Descriptors: Work Experience Programs, Educational Benefits, Global Approach, High School Students
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Nijhawan, Subin; Elsner, Daniela; Engartner, Tim – Global Education Review, 2021
Our article argues for content and language integrated learning (CLIL) in the social sciences, as part of a new literacy towards 21st century challenges at school. At first, we will show how multilingualism is closely juxtaposed with global discourses in a worldwide network of glocalities. Thereafter, for the conceptual framework of the suggested…
Descriptors: Content and Language Integrated Learning, Social Sciences, 21st Century Skills, Multilingualism
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MacRae, Christina; Arculus, Charlotte – Global Education Review, 2020
This paper is based video data from a project called SALTMusic, for young children diagnosed as having "language delay." The interdisciplinary action-research project was co-delivered by speech and language therapists and early childhood arts practitioners, with children and their parents. Addressing a concern that children's lack of…
Descriptors: Young Children, Language Impairments, Intervention, Interdisciplinary Approach
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Mikuska, Éva; Fairchild, Nikki – Global Education Review, 2020
Technocratic accountability, which is impacting ECEC practices in England, is where the government favors evidence-based knowledge to work with children. As a result, the emotional aspect of ECEC work and emotional labor have become increasingly complex and are sometimes unrecognized. In this paper we highlight the importance of more relational,…
Descriptors: Early Childhood Education, Child Care, Teaching Methods, Young Children
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Murris, Karin; Haynes, Joanna – Global Education Review, 2020
Discourses and relations of child/adult and early education are super-permeated with ideas and practices of authority and boundary-making. In early years' practices, deeply important beliefs and assumptions about who or what has authority and who or what should create the boundaries of everyday activity often go unquestioned. This produces…
Descriptors: Early Childhood Education, Teacher Education Programs, Foreign Countries, Early Childhood Teachers
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Blankenbeckler, Corrie – Global Education Review, 2020
Mother-tongue or first language (L1)-based multilingual education programs are necessarily complex and may require a more nonlinear approach to program design. These programs operate within and act upon a range of psycholinguistic, sociolinguistic, and sociopolitical issues that include language structure and literacy assessment, language policy…
Descriptors: Program Design, Difficulty Level, Native Language, Multilingualism
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Smith, Mariam; Ball, Jessica – Global Education Review, 2020
This article describes an actor-focused approach to creating a theory of change that is context-specific, grounded in an understanding of local historical, cultural, linguistic, and social realities, and inspired by a commitment to social justice in education reform. In 2019, the authors completed a research evaluation of the Government of…
Descriptors: Educational Change, Social Theories, Educational Theories, Indigenous Populations
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Rohrmann, Tim – Global Education Review, 2019
The relevance of men in the lives of children is nowadays widely accepted. This overview paper discusses the links between debates on father involvement in the family and strategies for more male professionals in ECEC by focusing on what role male EC workers can have for the involvement of fathers in the work of ECEC centres and pre-schools. Based…
Descriptors: Caregivers, Caregiver Role, Males, Preschool Teachers
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Sitabkhan, Yasmin; Platas, Linda M.; Ketterlin-Geller, Leanne R. – Global Education Review, 2018
This paper explores an innovative assessment framework for measuring children's formal and informal mathematical knowledge. Many existing standardized measures, such as the Early Grade Mathematics Assessment, measure children's performance in early primary grade skills that have been identified by researchers and policy makers as foundational and…
Descriptors: Elementary School Mathematics, Mathematics Instruction, Mathematics Skills, Mathematical Logic
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Fleenor, Matthew C. – Global Education Review, 2018
David Galenson's bifurcation of creative types is well-founded across several strata of the traditional fine arts. According to Galenson, experimental innovators outwardly express their creativity at a later age after long periods of development. I reason that many of the students in undergraduate classrooms are experimental innovators, since…
Descriptors: Undergraduate Students, Physics, Majors (Students), Educational Innovation
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