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    Richard Bates
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Similarly Mary Hayden and Jeff Thompson look to the future and. the possible demands on those working in international schools.

Similarly Mary Hayden and Jeff Thompson look to the future and. the ongoing growth and development of international schools. The three chapters that explore the IB do so from three different perspectives.

In addition many other schools are exploring the concept of ness and what that might mean in the contemporary world of globalisation

Issues addressed include: the political economy of international schools (Hugh Lauder and Ceri Brown). their relations to global and local cultures, global markets and civil society (Richard Bates). the role of international schools in global networking (Michael Wylie).

Schooling Internationally book. This book sets out to provide a critical perspective on current issues facing 'international schooling', particularly the conflict between and 'globalising' tendencies and to explore these as they affect teaching and learning, curriculum, pedagogy and assessment as well as to explore the contribution international schools might make to the achievement of global citizenship

The number of schools that call themselves international is growing exponentially.

The number of schools that call themselves international is growing exponentially. 1. Introduction Richard Bates 2. Global Networking and the World of International Education Michael Wylie 3. The Political Economy of International Schools and Social Class Formation Ceri Brown and Hugh Lauder 4. International Schools and Micropolitics: Fear, Vulnerability and Identity in Fragmented Space Richard Caffyn 5. Teachers for International Schools of the Future Mary Hayden and Jeff Thompson 6. Teaching and Learning in.

Also, many other schools are exploring the concept of ess and what that might mean in the current world of globalisation. The book aims to provide a critical perspective on current issues facing 'international schooling', particularly the conflict between and 'globalising' tendencies and to explore these as they affect teaching and learning, curriculum, pedagogy and assessment.

issues facing international assessment (Richard Bates). the challenge of education for global citizenship (Harriet Marshall)

issues facing international assessment (Richard Bates). the challenge of education for global citizenship (Harriet Marshall). Taylor & Francis Ltd (Sales), Routledge.

Bates, Richard et al Schooling Internationally: Globalisation, and the Future for .

Bates, Richard et al Schooling Internationally: Globalisation, and the Future for International Schools. The number of international schools is growing, and many other schools are exploring the concept of ess and its meaning in the contemporary world of globalization. This book sets out to provide a critical perspective on issues facing ‘international schooling’, and their effects on teaching, learning, curriculum and assessment.

Schooling internationally : globalisation, and the future for international schools

Schooling internationally : globalisation, and the future for international schools. The Political Economy of International Schools and Social Class Formation Ceri Brown an. More).

The number of schools that call themselves international is growing exponentially. In addition many other schools are exploring the concept of international-mindedness and what that might mean in the contemporary world of globalisation. This book sets out to provide a critical perspective on current issues facing ‘international schooling’, particularly the conflict between ‘internationalising’ and ‘globalising’ tendencies and to explore these as they affect teaching and learning, curriculum, pedagogy and assessment as well as to explore the contribution international schools might make to the achievement of global citizenship. It is the first book to critically analyse the ambiguities, tensions and conflicts that face those involved with and researching, international schools and their role in global networking. Issues addressed include:

the political economy of international schools (Hugh Lauder and Ceri Brown)

their relations to global and local cultures, global markets and civil society (Richard Bates)

the role of international schools in global networking (Michael Wylie)

the micropolitics of such schools (Richard Caffyn)

the growth complexity and challenges facing the International Baccalaureate (Tristan Bunnell)

the future demands for and of teachers in international schools (Mary Hayden and Jeff Thompson)

the nature of teaching and learning in international schools (Helen Fail)

the problematic idea of an international curriculum (Jim Cambridge)

issues facing international assessment (Richard Bates)

the challenge of education for global citizenship (Harriet Marshall).

This provocative book will be essential reading for those teaching in, leading and governing international schools in countries around the world, as well as those who contemplating entering the rapidly expanding world of international schooling.