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Maine, Fiona; Cook, Victoria; Lähdesmäki, Tuuli – London Review of Education, 2019
Culture and heritage are plural and fluid, continually co-created through interaction between people. However, traditional monologic models of cultural literacy reflect a one-way transmission of static cultural knowledge. Using the context of a large European project and augmenting the work of Buber with models of literacy as social practice, in…
Descriptors: Cultural Literacy, Program Descriptions, Teaching Methods, Cultural Education
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Mandal, Sayantan – London Review of Education, 2019
This article focuses on the dynamic relationships between the growing importance of lifelong learning (LLL) and consequent devaluation of adult education in national level educational policies, plans and programmes in India. It argues that by adapting the new paradigm of LLL, which is largely driven by marketcentric neoliberal principles, Indian…
Descriptors: Neoliberalism, Lifelong Learning, Educational Change, Adult Education
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Hogan, Ambrose – London Review of Education, 2019
For those working in the relatively new field of psychosocial studies, the action of psychodynamic phenomena in day-to-day life is uncontroversial as these phenomena are at work both in clinical settings and in normal life outside the clinical frame. If this is indeed the case, then they must also be at play in everyday classrooms. But to what…
Descriptors: Psychology, Psychotherapy, Psychological Patterns, Educational Practices
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White, John – London Review of Education, 2019
This is a response to two discussions of my article 'The Weakness of "Powerful Knowledge"' featuring in 2018 in the "London Review of Education" 16 (2), the first by Johan Muller and Michael Young and the second by Jim Hordern. It also makes brief comments on pieces on powerful knowledge in the "London Review of…
Descriptors: Epistemology, Definitions, Concept Formation, Educational Philosophy
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Martin, Staci B.; Burbach, Jessica H.; Benitez, Lulis Lares; Ramiz, Irisa – London Review of Education, 2019
Too often youth from vulnerable communities see themselves talked about in academic research, but are rarely involved as co-researchers or co-authors of research. The purpose of this article is to share our reflections on engaging youth, their experiences and their perspectives on the multi-levels of impact of participatory action research…
Descriptors: Action Research, Participatory Research, Refugees, Foreign Countries
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de Groot, Isolde; Eidhof, Bram – London Review of Education, 2019
Over the last decades, many European Union countries have invested in strengthening participatory learning in citizenship education policy and practice. This survey study provides insight into how high school teachers in the Netherlands advance critical democratic citizenship and a democratic school culture in the context of mock elections. A…
Descriptors: Elections, School Culture, Democracy, Citizenship Education
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Culshaw, Suzanne – London Review of Education, 2019
This article reports on the methodological approach taken in a doctoral study that explores what it means to be struggling as a teacher. Participants were established and experienced teachers and leaders in the secondary school system in England. A particular form of collage -- where materials are placed rather than stuck -- was used within the…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Secondary School Teachers, Experienced Teachers, Art Activities
Moss, Peter; Petrie, Pat – London Review of Education, 2019
This article explores possible relationships between education and social pedagogy. It begins by examining in more detail the theory and practice of social pedagogy, and the profession of social pedagogue widely known in Continental Europe but much less so in the Anglophone world. It then explores some different meanings of education, before…
Descriptors: Educational Practices, Social Problems, Social Cognition, Sense of Community
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Muposhi, Asphat; Dhurup, Manilall; Martin, Robert L.; Bhadury, Joyendu – London Review of Education, 2019
In recent years, Master of Business Administration (MBA) programmes and their curricula have been subjected to substantial scrutiny. However, the majority of studies have been confined to business schools in Western countries. By comparison, much less research is available on MBA programmes in developing countries, particularly those in Africa. In…
Descriptors: Masters Programs, Business Administration Education, Program Evaluation, Global Approach
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Adhikary, Rino Wiseman; Lingard, Bob – London Review of Education, 2019
This article documents the methodological thinking that underpined a sociological study of "Teach for Bangladesh" ("TFB"), a globally mobile yet locally embedded education policy situated in a developing world context. In order to reassess education policy vis-à-vis spatialities-power, relationships-resources, culture-change…
Descriptors: Educational Policy, Policy Analysis, Foreign Countries, Developing Nations
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Molla, Tebeje – London Review of Education, 2019
The World Bank uses a combination of financial and non-financial aid to influence educational reform in aid-recipient countries. Drawing on an interpretive policy analysis methodology and using Pierre Bourdieu's concept of symbolic power as a 'thinking tool', this article aims to shed light on the Bank's non-financial pathways of policy influence…
Descriptors: Power Structure, Financial Support, Educational Change, International Organizations
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Little, Sabine; Golledge, Michelle; Agarwalla, Hina; Griffiths, Ben; McCamlie, Danny – London Review of Education, 2019
The globally mobile teacher is a relatively new concept. This article draws on the experiences of seven teachers teaching in international contexts, who are currently undertaking an iPGCE (International Postgraduate Certificate in Education) -- four of whom are co-authors of this article. Drawing on original data from written narratives and online…
Descriptors: Multicultural Education, Faculty Mobility, Educational Needs, Faculty Development
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Benson, Alan – London Review of Education, 2019
Recent migration combined with strategies to diversify the teacher workforce has led to complexities in teacher diversity identified by the term 'superdiversity' (Vertovec, 2006). This article builds on recent work on the processes of convergence and superdiversity (Wessendorf, 2011) by focusing on meaningful encounters in the mathematics…
Descriptors: Immigrants, Immigration, Mathematics Instruction, Cultural Pluralism
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Carnicer, Javier A. – London Review of Education, 2019
Based on a case study, this article discusses connections between educational inequality in Brazil, transnational migration and educational upward mobility. It analyses a young woman's migration from a "favela" in Brazil to Germany with a focus on the educational aspirations that motivated it, that is, as a case of "educational…
Descriptors: Migration, Educational Opportunities, Foreign Countries, Academic Aspiration
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Hordern, Jim – London Review of Education, 2019
This article discusses John White's recent critique of the notion of 'powerful knowledge'. It is argued that White raises some salient points but overlooks the genesis of powerful knowledge as an idea and its debt to Durkheim and Bernstein. It is suggested that the work of Michael Young and others on powerful knowledge can be understood as both an…
Descriptors: Sociology, Intervention, Foreign Countries, Knowledge Level
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