2 edition of Relevant data in comparative education found in the catalog.
Relevant data in comparative education
|Statement||presented by B. Holmes [and] S. B. Robinsohn.|
|Series||International studies in education|
|Contributions||Robinsohn, S. B., joint author., Unesco Institute for Education|
|LC Classifications||LA132 .H6|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||143|
|LC Control Number||65071151|
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Beliefs, customs, traditions and ethnic. of philosophies of education would undoubtedly be valuable as it has been in the study of the history of education. But, however valuable, it should not be confused with the study of comparative education, of which it may constitute a part. Nor can it be the aim of comparative education to discover the basis of a universal system of education.
Comparative education is an emerging subject in the disci- pline of education. This unit will familiarize Student Teachers with the basic concepts, meaning, and scope of comparative education.
It will also give a detailed description of the meth- ods that are used for comparing different education Size: 1MB. courses in Comparative Education proliferated in the USA after (Wolhuter, ).
By the mid-twentieth century, comparative education had a visible presence at universities of the North. In the countries of the South, comparative education at universities is a fairly recent development, dating back to the s (cf. Anangisye, ;Author: C.
Wolhuter, R. Maarman, William A. Anangisye. Simple: to develop, enhance or make adjustment to educational policies. The study of comparative education is to compare, contrast and evaluate different educational settings, or broadly educational systems.
Countries tend to learn from each other. Comparative education is a fully established academic field of study that examines education in one country (or group of countries) by using data and insights drawn from the practises and situation in another country, or countries.
In the same vein, Osokoya () observed that: Comparative Education could be the comparison of educational theory and practice within a society, state, region and nations that scholars could engage in the comparison of educational programmes, theories and practices even within one society.
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Be the first. Related websites. Latest articles. Volume 4 Volume 3 Volume 2 Volume 1 George Z. Beredy () - An American professor of comparative education at the Teachers' College, Columbia University, New York. He edited many publications including "Comparative Education Review" and "Yearbook of Education".
In he published a book entitled "Comparative Methods in Education." In this book he stated clearly his. This revised and updated second edition of Comparative and International Education: An Introduction to Theory, Method and Practice provides a comprehensive and authoritative introduction to the key themes, definitions and approaches in this important field.
It covers the history, theory, and methods of comparative and international education, as well as the relationship with education and national development, and outlines what we can learn from comparative by: The use of data in education systems and the procedures by which the data are constructed has not been a major part of the study of education, nor of the histories of education systems.
This volume of contributions, drawn from different times and spaces in education, will be a useful contribution to comparative historical by: When comparing in education researchers are producing a variety of descriptive and explanatory data which differ from micro to macro comparative data analysis, allowing us to see various practices and procedures in a very wide context that helps us to throw light upon them (Sultana as cited in Borgp).
questions, to direct observation of relevant behaviour. In general, these data collection instruments fall into three broad categories: self-completed questionnaires, interviews and observation schedules. This chapter concerns all of these, explaining how to design and adminis-ter structured interview schedules, design and.
Comparative Education: The Dialectic of the Global and the Local, Third Edition brings together many of the outstanding scholars in the field of comparative and international education to provide new perspectives on the dynamic interplay of global, national, and local forces as they shape the functioning and outcomes of education systems in specific contexts.Existing comparative research based on student assessment data.
For the longest time, reliable empirical estimates of international differences in educational outcomes and, more so, their explanation were largely elusive (Breen and Jonsson ).Large-scale, coordinated surveys that assess student outcomes in many countries, such as the International Mathematics and Cited by: Comparative education is a discipline in the social sciences that involves the analysis and comparison of educational systems, such as those in different countries.
People in this field are interested in developing meaningful terminology and stand.