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About 1.1 million international students were enrolled in U.S. institutions in the 2019-2020 academic year (Institute of International Education, 2021). Given limited work visas and the ever-changing political climates that impact migration, most international students will return to their home countries and will be unable to remain connected with...
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Reviewer acknowledgements for International Education Studies, Vol. 16, No. 1, 2023.
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Chinese students are still motivated to study abroad, yet, in five years or so, their motivations might weaken. This is primarily due to economic slowdown, changing domestic conditions, and geopolitical decoupling.
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Service quality management has been introduced to higher education for many years. However, most Thai tertiary institutions have not effectively adapted service equality management and marketing strategies to enhance the loyalty of their international students. This research paper seeks to identify significant factors that affect international stud...
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The purpose of this study was to examine stakeholders’ perspectives on implementing “internationalization at home” for international education sustainability in China in the post-epidemic era. We conducted semi-structured interviews with 26 (12 male and 14 female) participants to explore their opinions on the challenges of and strategies for the im...
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This article applies cognitive dissonance theory to the internationalisation of higher education sector to comment on tensions experienced by practitioners associated with their work's climate impact. The existing literature and relevant climate action drivers and challenges within the sector are reviewed. A case study of a global grassroot initiat...
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This article applies cognitive dissonance theory to the internationalisation of higher education sector to comment on tensions experienced by practitioners associated with their work's climate impact. The existing literature and relevant climate action drivers and challenges within the sector are reviewed. A case study of a global grassroot initiat...
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CIE ‫في‬ ‫ًا‬ ‫رئيسي‬ ‫ًا‬ ‫العب‬ ‫ماركو‬ ‫كان‬ .) (‫المكسيكية‬ ‫المقارن‬ ‫التعليم‬ ‫جمعية‬ ‫إنشاء‬ SOMEC ‫بتط‬ ‫قام‬ ‫حيث‬ ،) ‫مجال‬ ‫وير‬ CIE ‫علماء‬ ‫بمشاركة‬ ‫أمريكا‬ ‫منطقة‬ ‫داخل‬ ‫التعليم‬ ‫ًا‬ ‫أيض‬ ‫ولكن‬ ، ‫المكسيكي‬ ‫التعليم‬ ‫فقط‬ ‫ليس‬ ‫لتحسين‬ ‫مكرسين‬ ‫ودوليين‬ ‫محليين‬ ‫لـ‬ ‫العالمي‬ ‫التوسع‬ ‫في‬ ‫بنشاط‬ ‫شارك‬ ‫كما‬ ‫بأكملها.‬ ‫ال...
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This paper examines how international education (IE), as an important tool of public diplomacy (PD) and soft power (SP), faces unique challenges as issues of national security (NS) become more prominent in this era of new geopolitics. It presents a model to understand the relationship between PD, SP and NS and then applies this model to a comparati...
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One of the most economically advantageous public health measures is well-organized emergency care. This holds true both on a daily basis and during emergencies or pandemics like COVID19. Simply put, providing good emergency treatment by appropriately trained personnel saves lives, enhances the efficacy of other components of the health system, and...
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In the accounting profession, continuous professional development and lifelong learning are essential if we consider the increasingly advanced demands of internal and external users of financial and accounting information. It is certain that professionals who do not have and do not constantly update their necessary general and specialized knowledge...
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Reviewer acknowledgements for International Education Studies, Vol. 15, No. 6, 2022.
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Information from research has numerous applications for educational practice, and there are multiple approaches to synthesising individual studies that can contribute to the larger picture of practices and their potential “effectiveness.” Heralded by some as advancements over traditional literature reviews, systematic reviews seek to answer a resea...
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The article is devoted to the monitoring study of educational programs offered by the world's leading universities in the most popular fields today: energy, computer and engineering sciences, human resource management. The master's degree programs of universities included in the QS World University Rankings and additional educational courses presen...
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Under the background of the new era, how to serve the "the Belt and Road" strategy and how to train and deliver talents for Sino foreign cooperation in running schools in central and western universities has become a matter of social concern. In addition, under the influence of COVID-19, the employment space of graduates from Sino foreign cooperati...
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In the face of the current "One Belt, One Road" initiative, Chinese international education needs to face many development opportunities and challenges, and the training of Chinese international education professionals has also taken on a heavier responsibility and mission. As one of the important forces for cultural communication and promotion of...
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This study examines Cambridge Assessment International Education (CAIE) as a global assemblage that instrumentalizes colonial governmentality. CAIE is a department of the University of Cambridge that has governed schools in British colonies and former colonies since the mid-19th century. These schools constitute a Cambridge School system with appro...
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This article applies a recently published indicator to various types of international education projects to measure their compliance with educational professionalism and international development law and also compares this indicator with the standards checklist currently in use by The Forum on Education Abroad. The tests and comparisons suggest tha...
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Since 2019 RI has been supporting Afghan refugee’s children in access to the quality and safe primary education in three districts of KP province. Over the past three years, RI has enrolled 9,195 Afghan Out of School Children (51% girls).
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During the period 1922–37, both the British and Italians launched institutes for educational cinematography and collaborated in the creation of the League of Nations’ International Educational Cinematographic Institute. Their leading newspapers dedicated entire sections to the advertising of educational campaigns through cinema. Comparing official...
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Through its website, Facebook, and Weibo page, the University of British Columbia(UBC) states its commitment to being a top-ranked and equitable institution. Using multimodal critical discourse analysis (MCDA), we examined differences across the three platforms and found episodic attention to anti-racism and truth and reconciliation with Indigenous...
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This presentation was given at Symbiosis International University for the Symbiosis Centre for International Education in Pune, India.
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This presentation was given at Symbiosis International University at the Symbiosis Centre for International Education in Pune, India.
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Artikel ini bertujuan mendeskripsikan permasalahan pendidikan pada ruang lingkup pembangunan karakter kepribadian bangsa dalam ranah kognitif afektif dan psikomotor yang dikaji dari segi ontologis, epistemologis, dan aksiologis. Penelitian dilakukan dengan metode library research yaitu menelaah berbagai sumber pustaka terkait kajian filosofis pendi...
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The article is devoted to the problem of the formation of competencies in future teachers of technology and drawing in the context of the international educational space. The purpose of the article is to justify the content and approaches in the professional training of future teachers of technology and drawing in the context of the international e...
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PERIPHERISATION OF INDIGENOUS LANGUAGES IN DISTANCE EDUCATION SENIOR SECONDARY TEACHER TRAINING: A CASE OF THE UNIVERSITY OF NAMIBIA Lukas Matati Josua1 and Leader Hilongwa2 1 Department of Higher Education and Lifelong Learning, University of Namibia, Oshakati, Namibia* 2 The Science Foundation Programme, University of Namibia, Oshakati, Namibia...
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International education and education diplomacy, which is a sub-branch of public diplomacy, stand out as concepts that have begun to attract more attention in the foreign policies and international relations of states. The international dimension of education is now considered not only as a pedagogical approach, but also as a concept that has an es...
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This article analyses UNESCO's advocacy of social-emotional learning (SEL) as key to achieving the UN Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs)-particularly SDG target 4.7. It interrogates the agency's growing emphasis on digital SEL and conscious "whole brain" approaches as part of a wider neuroliberal turn towards the behavioural, psychological and ne...
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The second book on Seamless Learning in Higher Education is a compilation of detailed descriptions and comparisons of educators designing and teaching courses from 10 countries where identified courses before and during COVID-19 are analyzed based on the Seamless Learning Experience Design (SLED) framework. The book is intended as a clarification f...
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This article uses a case study approach to reimagine risk management in education abroad programming. It brings together a group of program partners to explore pre-COVID risk management decision-making during political unrest in Ecuador in 2019. Through continued dialogue and self-directed creative reflection techniques, the partners (a Dean of Int...
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Στο περιοδικό: Συγκριτική και Διεθνής Εκπαιδευτική Επιθεώρηση (Comparative and International Education Review) ISSN 11098678 The argument of the paper is that during the period 2011-2015, policies for the reform of higher education in Greece have been developed in the context of the European Agenda as well as of the economic crisis. These policies...
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WWW.JOURNALS.EAGORA.ORG | | PUBLISHING@EAGORA.ORG Madrid, 5 de octubre de 2022 A quien corresponda: En nombre del Consejo Editorial, se certifica que el artículo «La dirección escolar en los centros públicos desde la apreciación del liderazgo distribuido» elaborado por Ingrid del Valle García Carreño (Universitat Lusófona de Lisboa, Portugal), se p...
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WWW.JOURNALS.EAGORA.ORG | | PUBLISHING@EAGORA.ORG Madrid, 5 de octubre de 2022 A quien corresponda: En nombre del Consejo Editorial, se certifica que el artículo «La dirección escolar en los centros públicos desde la apreciación del liderazgo distribuido» elaborado por Ingrid del Valle García Carreño (Universitat Lusófona de Lisboa, Portugal), se...
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Reviewer acknowledgements for International Education Studies, Vol. 15, No. 5, 2022.
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This paper reports on a case study that explores how the integrative model of program planning can be applied to better understand the process of mobile learning efforts in diverse African contexts. The authors discuss how, Scientific Animations Without Borders (SAWBO), a Purdue University-based program, creates educational videos accessible in ove...
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The ability to act politically is supposedly one of the core competencies of youth workers in Germany. Surprisingly, there is little knowledge about political activities of youth workers in Germany and elsewhere. In this article, I address this research gap by questioning how youth workers act politically. I present findings from the qualitative re...
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The purported benefits of studying comparative and international education (CIE) include “combat[ting] provincialism and ethnocentricity” and promoting reflexivity, intercultural understanding and cooperation (Phillips and Schweisfurth 2014: 25). Yet until now, little attention has been given to the nature of CIE as taught in UK universities, in te...
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zet Problem Durumu: Eğitim kurumlarının temel amacı ülkelerin sahip olduğu insan kaynağını en iyi şekilde değerlendirmek ve geleceğin dünyasına hazırlamaktır. Bu amacı gerçekleştirmek ve bireyleri istenen niteliklerle donatabilmek için ülkeler belirli aralıklarla gerçekleştirilen uluslararası değerlendirme çalışmalarına katılmakta ve mevcut eğitim...
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In this article, four Canadian studies inform an examination of equity, diversity, and inclusion in Canadian elementary, secondary, and post-secondary institutions. The four studies focus on internationalization in higher education, the impact of standardized testing on racialized students in the early years, racism and racialization in school math...
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While some stakeholders presume that studying abroad distracts students from efficient pursuit of their programs of study, others regard education abroad as a high impact practice that fosters student engagement and hence college completion. The Consortium for Analysis of Student Success through International Education (CASSIE), compiled semester-b...
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This paper analyses the significance of digital competence in the light of the impact of the Covid-19 on formal and non-formal education settings. The Authors discuss the definition of digital competence, as provided by the European Commission, and quote key international research data on digital competence in education. Furthermore, based on resea...
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In order to improve the effect of intelligentization of Chinese international education, this paper puts forward the application method of the data mining model. Through the collection, transformation, processing, mining, and analysis of a large number of random data generated in education and teaching, this method provides learning suggestions for...
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In the new era, colleges and universities adhere to the principle of taking moral education as the fundamental task of education in China. Taking the course Introduction to Chinese International Education as an example, the paper discusses how to carry out ideological and political teaching in International Chinese Education major. The research sho...
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Framed as an autoethnography, this study builds upon my personal and academic journey from 'being' an international student in the United States to 'becoming' a scholar who studies issues of international student mobility. Through a comprehensive dataset comprised of self-reflection, personal communications, published and unpublished scholarly work...
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Internationalization in higher education can transform institutions by introducing individuals from new cultures that challenge and enrich administrative and academic life. This duoethnographic study highlights experiences of teaching, learning, and service work in the borderlands that exist between the global and local influences on higher educati...
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In my 2021 CIESC presidential address, I considered the question “What can inclusive comparative and international education research look like?” I situated my own experience to consider three “Cs” for the future of comparative and international education: complexity, care, and cautions. Complexity refers to the divisive and challenging global issu...
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The Ontario government’s International Education Strategy (2015) establishes goals for international education and the hosting of international students in Ontario schools. Using a critical policy lens, we focus on teachers as key to enacting these policy objectives in local contexts. The article presents findings from four focus groups of Ontario...
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As the higher education landscape transforms into an international and borderless market (Altbach, 2012), the number of international students continues to grow within the United States, increasing by 67% since the turn of the century (Bound et al., 2016: 2). According to the Institute of International Education (2019), China sends the largest numb...
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Brilliant authors Raghavendra Rao M.V , M. M. Karindas , Ilie Vasiliev , Dilip Mathai , Vijay Kumar Chennamchetty ,Tina Priscilla , Mahendra K. Verma , Mubasheer Ali , Manick Dass under the guidance of the world-famous Remarkable Talented Professor Raghavendrao Venkat Morusupally Scientist-Emeritus, of the Senior executive vice president, World Aca...
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Reviewer acknowledgements for International Education Studies, Vol. 15, No. 4, 2022.
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Pediatric neurocritical care (PNCC) is a rapidly growing field. Challenges posed by the COVID-19 pandemic on trainee exposure to educational opportunities involving direct patient care led to the creative solutions for virtual education supported by guiding organizations such as the Pediatric Neurocritical Care Research Group (PNCRG). Our objective...
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This chapter contributes to the literature on surveillance in education toward the development of a new branch of studies in educational surveillance that foregrounds the intersections of surveillance with international education, internationalization in higher education, and the global competition for international student enrollments. This study...
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Brilliant authors M.V. Raghavendra Rao, Vijaykumar Chennamchetty, M M Karindas, Ilie Vasiliev, Hitesh Lakshmi Billa, Mohammed Ismail Nizami, Jerryson Ameworgbe Gidisu, Saicharan G Bodi under the guidance of the world-famous Remarkable Talented Professor Raghavendrao Venkat Morusupally with the support of Research Institutes and Universities of Indi...
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With the increasing trend of economic globalization and the continuous evolution of economic forms, the role of science and technology in promoting the development of human civilization has become more and more obvious. With the improvement of comprehensive national strength, the knowledge economy has brought new opportunities and challenges. With...
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The disruptions of the COVID-19 pandemic have both short- and long-term repercussions on higher education. To crystallize these impacts in a sector that was particularly vulnerable to the economic effects of the pandemic, this mixed methods study explores the intersection of international education and community college responses to the pandemic. F...
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In response to COVID-19 global outbreaks, Canada, and Australia, two favored destinations by international students, as the contexts of this essay, have enacted different international education policies, which will be investigated through the narratives. The authors discuss transnationality and mobility as key terms in the internationalization of...
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Background This paper focuses on the functional expansion of quasi-double-valency verbs in order to find the changes caused by valency changes and the deep mechanism leading to these changes. In particular, the changes of emotional behavior of word users need to be further studied. Research Objects and Methods Firstly, 648 quasi-double-valency ver...
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With the rise of “Internet+” as a national strategy, traditional industries have accelerated their integration with the Internet, and the education industry has also begun to seek innovative development. The fast-paced life of modern people makes time for learning more fragmented, and the high pressure of life makes people want to avoid excessive p...
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International Education Journal: Comparative Perspectives (IEJ:CP) is an international, peer-reviewed journal for advancing academic quality and rigor in comparative and international education research. It is the official journal of the Oceania Comparative and International Education Society (OCIES formerly ANZCIES). IEJ:CP seeks to promote schola...
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As the COVID-19 pandemic overwhelmed the world, educational leaders needed to implement crisis management plans to mitigate its impact on their students, faculty, staff, and their families. Our research studied five cases in the education sector in the world's largest democracies: the United States of America and India. We conducted semi-structured...
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In 2014, the OECD-PISA's Governing Board approved the addition of a set of global competence measures to its Programme of Student Assessment. In our paper, we explore whether and how there are discursive shifts between the two framing papers (2016/2018) and what the outcomes are for policy-shaping. To this end, we employ Network Text Analysis to ma...
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I am pleased to share Volume 14, Issue 2, 2022 of the Journal of Comparative and International Higher Education (JCIHE). In this current issue JCIHE is honored to publish articles of higher education on the following countries: Azerbaijan, Barbados, Canada, China, Hungary, Iraq, Tajikistan, Taiwan, United Kingdom, and United States. JCIHE publishes...
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This collective writing paper brings together writers from Southeast Asia and the Western world to highlight challenges and opportunities for ASEAN (Association of Southeast Asian Nations) and its education in the rising of the Asian Century. The inspiration for this project was started by Michael A. Peters' conception of collective writing and the...
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Economic globalization promotes the process of internationalization of higher education. The educational level of international students is an important aspect of the development level of higher education in a country. The international Chinese language education is the basis of education for international students. At the same time, the main purpo...
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The poster presents the mechanisms of cooperation between universities, central authorities and international partners, who jointly implement the Erasmus+ program – an European Union initiative for learners, researchers and academic teachers who each year participate in academic exchanges. The poster is dedicated to all above-mentioned groups.
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Reviewer acknowledgements for International Education Studies, Vol. 15, No. 3, 2022.
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In the process of human communication, language learning and communication play a fundamental, leading, broad, and long-lasting role. It serves as a link and a bridge between countries and peoples, allowing for greater understanding and camaraderie. The significance of Chinese in international commercial and cultural exchanges has been more obvious...
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Angel's trumpet or Brugmanisa suaveolens (B. suaveolens), belonging to the family Solanaceae, distributed in Africa, America, Europe, Australia and Asia, has been used traditionally for the treatment of arthritis, sores, pain, inflammation, ulcers, abscesses, dermatitis, wounds, dysmenorrhea, fungal infections of the skin and as vaginal antiseptic...
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Cross-cultural issues threaten to derail an experiential service-learning program by a group of Australian secondary school students to a pre-secondary school in a remote indigenous community in a neighboring Southeast Asian nation. —— Published in the journal Case Studies in International Education. Tags: Citizen Diplomacy/Education Diplomacy; Cro...
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Objective Describe the first hybrid global simulation-based comprehensive cleft care workshop, evaluate impact on participants, and compare experiences based on in-person versus virtual attendance. Design Cross-sectional survey-based evaluation. Setting International comprehensive cleft care workshop. Participants Total of 489 participants. Int...
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Accounting education in Turkey; On the one hand, it is given at the secondary, associate, undergraduate and graduate levels, and on the other hand, it is given in non-formal education institutions. Accounting education at the secondary level is provided at Vocational and Technical Anatolian High Schools, Multi-Program Anatolian High Schools and Voc...
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The purpose of the presentation is to analyze the Australian international education policies over the past 70 years, as an inspirational case for Brazilian Higher Education Institutions (HEIs) to design and implement long term internationalization plans, by articulating programs and individual initiatives under a coherent approach. This historical...
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Background Human communication is essential for socialising, learning and working. Disabilities and social disadvantage have serious negative consequences on communication which can impact development from early life into adulthood. While speech-language therapists and audiologists (SLT/As) have an important role to play in addressing communication...
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The overwhelming importance of the digitalization of international education stems from the migration of student activities from the physical to the digital campus, which has been taking place over the past three decades. Many new and exciting learning opportunities have become possible for staff and students in higher education institutions. Howev...
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The COVID-19 pandemic caused abrupt school closures and transitions to emergency remote teaching, which impacted millions of educators worldwide. As much of the research has focused on the teaching experiences of U.S. educators, there is a need to work toward gaining a more comprehensive understanding of the impact of the pandemic on teaching. We u...
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This article presents the results of a study conducted in the Brazilian higher education system aiming at analyzing the contributions of virtual exchange programs to the development of intercultural competence in students. The unprecedented study assists to enrich the limited body of knowledge about virtual exchanges in Brazil. The units of analysi...
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The past few decades have been marked by growing awareness about the need to move beyond Anglocentric/Eurocentric epistemes, to instead engage in intellectual projects that effectively (re)present the voices and consciousness of marginalized populations (Manion & Shah, 2019). The term decolonizing research methodologies has thus come to acquire a c...
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In response to the demands of globalization, many countries have focused their efforts on pursuing a policy to create international and regional educational centers, transform their higher education systems, enhance their international activities, and expand joint programs of universities as tools to increase their competitiveness. The purpose of t...
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Öz Uluslararası Muhasebe Eğitim Standartları Kurulu (IAESB: International Accounting Education Standart Board) tarafından, muhasebe meslek mensupları için meslek hayatı boyunca sürekli öğrenmeyi bir kural haline getiren “Uluslararası Eğitim Standardı 7: Sürekli Mesleki Gelişim” (SMG) standardı geliştirilmiştir. Bu standart Uluslararası Muhasebecile...
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This publication contains the authors‘ vision on contemporary challenges in education. It was compiled according to the results of International Education Forum held in Lviv (Ukraine) on 16–17 Sep- tember, 2021. The event was organized by the National Agency of the Erasmus+ and the European Solidarity Corps of the Foundation for the Development of...
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The implementation of China’s14th Five-Year Plan will accelerate the modernization of the educational system and increase the quality of education and push the educational examination industry to reform and create a more effective and modern examination system suited to China. There are five major trends in educational testing—growth in internation...
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Purpose – In a globalized world, consumers embrace mutually conflicting cultural values rather than making exclusive, either/or choices. As a result, they experience multiple tensions, a phenomenon that can be identified as the consumer cultural paradox. Despite clear interest in the influence of local/global culture on consumers, knowledge of how...
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Purpose – In a globalized world, consumers embrace mutually conflicting cultural values rather than making exclusive, either/or choices. As a result, they experience multiple tensions, a phenomenon that can be identified as the consumer cultural paradox. Despite clear interest in the influence of local/global culture on consumers, knowledge of how...
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The study aims to determine the impact of Cooperative Learning using Blackboard Learn (previously known as the Blackboard Learning Management System (LMS)) on the quality of accounting education following the International Education Standards (IESs) and the Saudi Arabian Education Evaluation Commission (EEC) standards. The study adopts an experimen...
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This chapter presents conceptual frameworks for understanding social and educational changes that influence international educational development policy. Drawing from several main trends driving contemporary educational development and reform, directions reflected in international educational policy declarations generated by United Nations agencies...
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Reviewer acknowledgements for International Education Studies, Vol. 15, No. 1, 2022.
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The Common Statement in Support of International Education and Mobility, recently issued by the international education organizations of nine Western countries as a result of their 2021summit is a missed opportunity. It does not include the perspectives of other regions of the world, and promotes physical mobility, in contrast to the impetus given...
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Background: Maternal death is an issue of great concern especially when these deaths can be prevented by appropriate management of the delays causing it. To prevent these delays, the Johns Hopkins Program for International Education in Gynecology and Obstetrics (JHPIEGO) has put forward the concept of Birth preparedness and complication readiness (...
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Researching Second Language Acquisition in the Study Abroad Learning Environment: An Introduction for Student Researchers (Isabelli-García and Isabelli, 2020) presents an overview of some of the major topics relevant to research on study abroad. This book is intended to be a basic primer for advanced students and beginner professional researchers a...
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Recent years have witnessed continuing efforts to internationalize universities across Japan and promote intercultural understanding in educational institutions (Le Blanc, 2015). The following article outlines Kochi University's International Education Program's efforts to promote the internationalization of human resources through development of p...
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This chapter focuses on the new trends in international education mobility in the twenty-first century. For many centuries, educational institutions have had two main goals: providing the representatives of the powerful political and business elites a place for networking and preparing the offspring of those elites to take over the family businesse...
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In Chap. 10.1007/978-3-030-78885-8_8 , on SEAMEO, David Krogman focuses the attention on regional identities in international education organizations. This IO has been a major player in education policy in Southeast Asia for decades. The chapter explores the underlying themes and ideas which inform discursive patterns produced and reproduced by SEA...