How the world learns : comparative educational systems / Professor Alexander W. Wiseman
- Great courses. Professional. Education
- Disc 1. The global challenge to educate -- Sputnik launches the science-math race -- disc 2. Eduation is life -- Evidence-based policy making in education -- disc 3. What should we compare about education? -- The world learns from Horace Mann -- disc 4. When culture invades the classroom -- Germany and Japan's shattered expectations -- disc 5. Borrowing foreign school cultures -- The value in linking school to jobs -- disc 6. Why blame the teacher? -- Gender pipeline lifts equality dream -- disc 7. Gulf schools: the non-national advantage -- Who is accountable for education? -- disc 8. How parents shape student outcomes -- Reading, writing, and religion -- disc 9. International test scores: all and nothing -- Turning a good teacher into a great one -- disc 10. The foundations of civil society -- From national student to global citizen -- disc 11. The problem with teaching's best practices -- A school inside your phone? -- disc 12. The rich-and-poor learning cycle -- How to fix education: heart, head, hands.
- Compare global teaching methods and student achievement; consider culture and context to see how success in education can be measures-and improved.
- 9781629971872 and 1629971871
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- Compact discs.
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