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Curricula: Domestic Higher Education (Australia)

Lisa J. Cary

Lisa J. Cary is the Head of Professional Learning at Murdoch University, Australia. Author affiliation details are correct at time of print publication.

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...Designing, approving, and implementing HE curricula To discuss the design, approval, and implementation of curricula in Higher Education (HE) in Australia requires taking a macro- and microlevel analysis of the processes and foundations...

Curricula: Domestic Higher Education (Egypt)

Mohammed Rizkallah

Mohammed Rizkallah is an adjunct assistant professor at the American University in Cairo, Egypt. Author affiliation details are correct at time of print publication.

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...Designing, approving, and implementing HE curricula One of the main challenges facing development and change in higher education curricula is overcentralization of education. Education is placed at the heart of social and economic...

Curricula: Domestic Higher Education (Kenya)

Mary W. Nasibi

Mary W. Nasibi is a senior lecturer at Kenyatta University, Kenya. Author affiliation details are correct at time of print publication.

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...Designing, approving, and implementing HE Curricula Curriculum, as a concept, is derived from the Latin word currere that means to run. The term has been adopted as an English word since the early nineteenth century to mean to run a course....

Curricula: Domestic Higher Education (Japan)

Robert Aspinall

Robert Aspinall is Professor and Chair of Academic Affairs at Doshisha University, Kyoto, Japan. Author affiliation details are correct at time of print publication.

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... education sector in Japan is the chronic reduction in size of the domestic student-age population. University curricula are evolving in various ways to meet this challenge. The demographic crisis affects different universities in different ways....

Curricula: Domestic Higher Education (Turkey)

Nergiz Kardas Isler

Nergiz Kardas Isler is a research assistant at Hacettepe University, Ankara, Turkey. Author affiliation details are correct at time of print publication.

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...Designing, approving, and implementing HE curricula Program development studies in Turkey started in 1924 in primary school and continued in light of these developments into secondary school studies (Tekisik 1992). The Ministry of National...

The Role of English Language Teaching in University Internationalization in China

Globalization and Internationalization in Higher Education : Theoretical, Strategic and Management Perspectives

Bloomsbury Academic, 2010

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... by the exportation of university systems in the context of colonization or, nowadays, development aid and international trade in education, are still situated within the national frame of reference of the domestic nation state. (Van Damme, 2000, p....

Belarus: Music Education

Education in Eastern Europe and Eurasia

Bloomsbury Academic, 2014

Education Around the World chapter

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... participate in any multilateral domestic or international organizations, projects, networks or contracts. They can also establish university newspapers, magazines, TV or radio channels or hold conferences and exhibitions. Public HEIs are free...

Isle of Man: An Overview

Education in the United Kingdom

Bloomsbury Academic, 2015

Education Around the World chapter

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... of the hundred or so going on to higher education were trainee teachers. Further education for those who had left school had expanded too. Agricultural scholarships were available, and from 1922 a college for domestic science began operating. Courses...

Sierra Leone: Educational Trends and Futures

Education in West Africa : Education Around the World

Bloomsbury Academic, 2015

Education Around the World chapter

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... the negative impact schooling was having on their cultural practices. In some cases, prominent local chiefs refused to send their children to school when invited to do so. Instead, some of the chiefs sent off their domestic servants to school...

United Arab Emirates: An Overview

Education in the Arab World

Bloomsbury Academic, 2017

Education Around the World chapter

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... sector. Additionally, Indians and non-Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) Arabs came to dominate administrative roles. Female workers from the Philippines and Indonesia make up the largest proportion of domestic, hotel and retail employment. Due...