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This book considers teaching in modern institutional settings, among other things, as the ethical questioning and reversal of passively accepted prejudices, particularly in contexts of diversities and inequalities.
There is much evidence to show that digital technologies greatly impact children’s lives through the use of computers, laptops and mobile devices. This book investigates disabled children’s learning with digital technologies within the context of inclusive education.
The Bloomsbury Handbook of The Internationalization of Higher Education in The Global South
This Handbook covers a wide range of historical perspectives, realities, research and practice of internationalization of higher education (IHE) in the global south and makes comparisons to IHE issues in the global north.
What does ‘local’ mean when it describes a student or an institution of higher education? Holly Henderson explores this question by telling the story of students studying undergraduate degrees outside of the university, at colleges that offer degree courses but do not have university status.
Migration Narratives presents an ethnographic study of an American town that recently became home to thousands of Mexican migrants. Through interviews with residents, the book focuses on key educational, religious, and civic institutions that shape and are shaped by the realities of Mexican immigrants.
The Promise and Practice of University Teacher Education
Centering on the theme of university-based teacher education at a time of system change and its connections with broader global political issues, this book investigates the changing nature of initial teacher education (ITE) as it amalgamated into universities in the New Zealand context.