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Bradley, Jon; Allison, Sam – Global Education Review, 2021
In sharp contrast to the musings of a senior student, the mandatory history texts follow a narrow provincial orientation. The recently introduced Quebec high school history program offers adolescents a slanted narrative devoid of larger interconnected contexts as hailed; for example, by Oakeshott (2004), MacMillan (2009), and/or Canadine (2013).…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, History Instruction, High School Students, Area Studies
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Bettney, Esther; Nordmeyer, Jon – Global Education Review, 2021
In this article, we explore glocality within a transnational network of independent schools to understand the interdependence of the global and the local in language policies and practices. Using glocality as a lens, we draw on narrative school profiles written by educators at member schools within the WIDA International School Consortium, a…
Descriptors: International Schools, Consortia, Private Schools, Language Usage
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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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Maistrello, Veronica; Dalziel, Fiona Clare – Global Education Review, 2020
The aim of this article is to explore how drama activities can provide an opportunity for adult migrants to develop their competence in the language of the host community, in this case Italian, in a protected and anxiety-free space. Language anxiety has been classified as a specific feeling of apprehension due to the risks language learners may be…
Descriptors: Anxiety, Immigrants, Risk, Drama
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Solorio, Michelle – Global Education Review, 2020
Through the Ministry of Education program "Programme des Écoles Integrées" (PEI) in Côte d'Ivoire, 26 rural public primary schools may use one of 10 local languages as the language of instruction in Grades 1-3 prior to switching to a French-only system. The purpose of a PEI school is to support basic academic skills development and…
Descriptors: Refugees, Immigrants, Rural Schools, Urban Schools
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Kalogirou, Konstantina; Fernée, Christianne L.; Stamenkovic, Dewi; Trimmis, Konstantinos P. – Global Education Review, 2020
If the global and multicultural social environments in which we find ourselves nowadays define who we are, then "we," as social beings, are embedded in various relevant social communities in which we are acting, interacting, affecting, and being affected through our communications. In our case, teachers and learners change and coproduce…
Descriptors: Drama, Second Language Learning, Teacher Student Relationship, Heritage Education
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Simopoulos, Giorgos; Magos, Kostas – Global Education Review, 2020
Refugee education has been an important challenge for the Greek educational system and for the teaching community. New supporting structures (i.e., Reception Facilities for Refugee Education [RFRE]), operating after the end of the regular school day, have been created to enable newcomers living in Refugee Accommodation Centers to learn (mainly)…
Descriptors: Refugees, Second Language Learning, Second Language Instruction, Greek
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Sharif, Iman – Global Education Review, 2020
Displacing the largest number of refugees in recent time is one of the devastating impacts of the Syrian war. Turkey hosts over 3.6 million Syrian refugees. Almost half of them are children in the preschool or primary school stage. Because refugee children are five times more likely to miss schooling than nonrefugee children, the provision of…
Descriptors: Teaching Methods, Student Centered Learning, Refugees, Teacher Attitudes
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Milosevic, Olja – Global Education Review, 2020
This paper records how a group of high school second-language English learners in an international school studied their host country's cultural heritage. The school enrolls international and host country students and both groups of students participated in this study. They collaborated on a cultural project that involved using host country…
Descriptors: Case Studies, Second Language Learning, Second Language Instruction, Interpersonal Competence
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Ndijuye, Laurent Gabriel; Mligo, Ignasia Renatus; Machumu, Maregesi A. Manyonyi – Global Education Review, 2020
Globally, there is consensus among education stakeholders that early childhood education sets a foundation for children's development, learning, and future life achievements. While global perceptions of early childhood care and education (ECCE) have been broadly explored in other parts of the world, little is known about ECCE in Tanzania even…
Descriptors: Early Childhood Education, Foreign Countries, Educational Development, Reputation
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Schroeder, Leila – Global Education Review, 2020
Even a quick glance at international data reveals something troubling: There is an increasing economic and educational gap between Africa and the rest of the world. If we look just a bit deeper, we find that economic and educational stagnation may simply be the inevitable outcomes of broad educational failure for millions of rural African…
Descriptors: Educational Attainment, Economic Development, Rural Areas, Academic Failure
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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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Whitty, Pam; Lysack, Monica; Lirette, Patricia; Lehrer, Joanne; Hewes, Jane – Global Education Review, 2020
We are five early childhood researchers, from across Canada, thrown together amongst a series of alarming discourses, where developmental, economic, and neuroscientific rationales for ECEC drown out alternative theoretical perspectives, as well as personal experience, values, subjective knowledges, and the fierce passion we feel for our work. In…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Early Childhood Education, Educational Policy, Curriculum
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