International Education in Practice: Dimensions for Schools and International Schools
Mary Hayden, Jeff Thompson, George Walker
Routledge, Dec 16, 2003 - Education - 233 pages
Edited by three leading figures in the field, this book offers an absolutely authoritative interpretation of international education today. Under the umbrella of groups such as the International Baccalaureate Organization, academic research, increasing student numbers and interest from national school systems, international schools are rapidly developing in terms of curriculum, standards and influence. This book brings together present thinking on all aspects of international education, its management and the best practices.
Truly international in scope, this is a book that anyone involved with international education should read.
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The ﬁrst international school
a commitment to universal values
Criteria for curriculum continuity in international education
Cultural dimensions of national and international educational
The role of continuing professional development in
pragmatism and professionalism
THE ORGANIZATION OF SCHOOLS AND THEIR
An international dimension to management and leadership
International education and issues of governance
The language of international education
an international schools perspective
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