ERIC ED574185: Current Business and Economics Driven Discourse and Education: Perspectives from around the World. BCES Conference Books, Volume 15
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- ERIC Archive, Foreign Countries, Conference Papers, Comparative Education, International Studies, International Cooperation, International Education, Educational History, Neoliberalism, Politics of Education, Affirmative Action, Black Studies, Empowerment, Global Approach, Islamic Culture, African Studies, Resilience (Psychology), Multicultural Education, Teacher Attitudes, Elementary School Teachers, Tenure, Teacher Education, Educational Policy, Educational Change, School Administration, Lifelong Learning, Social Integration, Educational Legislation, Educational Research, Educational Development, Educational Strategies, Research Administration, Institutional Characteristics, Elementary Secondary Education, Higher Education, Popov, Nikolay, Ed.|Wolhuter, Charl, Ed.|Kalin, Jana, Ed.|Hilton, Gillian, Ed.|Ogunleye, James, Ed.|Niemczyk, Ewelina, Ed.|Chigisheva, Oksana, Ed.
This volume contains selected papers submitted to the 15th Annual International Conference of the Bulgarian Comparative Education Society (BCES), held in June 2017 in Borovets, Bulgaria, and papers submitted to the 5th International Partner Conference of the International Research Centre (IRC) "Scientific Cooperation," Rostov-on-Don, Russia, organized as part of the BCES Conference. The 15th BCES conference theme is "Current Business and Economics Driven Discourse and Education: Perspectives from Around the World." The 5th International Partner Conference theme is "Science and Education in Modern Social, Economic and Humanitarian Discourse." This volume consists of 38 papers written by 69 authors. Following a Preface entitled BCES: A Fifteen-Year Conference Tradition, the following papers are included in this volume: (1) Introduction: The Current Business and Economics Driven Discourse and Education--Perspectives from Around the World (Johannes L. van der Walt). Part 1: Comparative Education & History of Education: (2) Economics and Comparative and International Education: Past, Present, Future (Charl Wolhuter); (3) Spontaneous Responses to Neoliberalism, and Their Significance for Education (Johannes L. van der Walt); (4) Affirmative Action in Education and Black Economic Empowerment in the Workplace in South Africa since 1994: Policies, Strengths and Limitations (Harold D. Herman); (5) Commodity versus Common Good: Internationalization in Latin-American Higher Education (Marco Aurelio Navarro Leal); (6) Education and Communities at the "Margins": The Contradictions of Western Education for Islamic Communities in Sub-Saharan Africa (Obed Mfum-Mensah); and (7) Resilience and Intercultural Education on Secondary School: A Comparative Study in Mexico and Germany (Octaviano García Robelo and Ileana Casasola Pérez). Part 2: Teacher Education: (8) Status of Teachers and the Teaching Profession: A Study of Elementary School Teachers' Perspectives (Jana Kalin, Renata Cepic, and Barbara Šteh); and (9) The Internationalization of Teacher Education: Different Contexts, Similar Challenges (Bruno Leutwyler, Nikolay Popov, and Charl Wolhuter). Part 3: Education Policy, Reforms & School Leadership: (10) Disappearing Teachers: An Exploration of a Variety of Views as to the Causes of the Problems Affecting Teacher Recruitment and Retention in England (Gillian L. S. Hilton); (11) Government Policy in England on the Financing of ITT: Value for Money or a Waste of Resources? (Gillian L. S. Hilton); (12) The Roles of Teacher Leadership in Shanghai Education Success (Nicholas Sun-keung Pang and Zhuang Miao); (13) Capitalism and Public Education in the United States (Peter L. Schneller); (14) STEM Education Policies and their Impact on the Labour Market in Latvia (Rita Kiselova and Aija Gravite); (15) Reading Partridge's "The Goblet Club" as an Integral Part of a Secondary School's Anti-Bullying Programme (Corene De Wet); (16) Implementation of School Uniform Policy and the Violation of Students' Human Rights in Schools (Vimbi Petrus Mahlangu); (17) Influence of International Organisms in the School Management Autonomy as an Education Policy (Amelia Molina García, José Antonio Sáenz Melo, and José Luis H. Andrade Lara); and (18) The Reorganisation of the Curriculum in Educational Cycles in Codema College: A Positive Step (Claudio-Rafael Vasquez-Martinez, Felipe González-Gonzalez, Francisco Flores, Josefina Díaz, Jose-Gerardo Cardona-T., Hector Rendon, Jorge Chavoya, Sandra-Milena Gutiérrez-Cardenas, María-Ines Álvarez, Joaquín Torres-Mata, Erik-Moises Betancourt-Nuñez, María Morfín, Miguel Álvarez, and Carlos Anguiano). Part 4: Higher Education, Lifelong Learning & Social Inclusion: (19) Training Middle Managers of South African Public Schools in Leadership and Management Skills (Sharon Thabo Mampane); (20) The Higher Education Policy of Global Experts Recruitment Program: Focused on China (Hanna Kim); (21) Job Motivation and Job Satisfaction among Academic Staff in Higher Education (Gordana Stankovska, Slagana Angelkoska, Fadbi Osmani, and Svetlana Pandiloska Grncarovska); and (22) Comparative Analysis of English Language Student's School Paths at a Mexico University (Octaviano García Robelo, Jorge Hernández Márquez, and Ileana Casasola Pérez). Part 5: Law and Education: (23) Integrating Art and Creative Practices into a Programme of Support for Nigerian Students Studying in UK Higher Education Institutions (Elizabeth Achinewhu-Nworgu); (24) Comparing Student Retention in a Public and a Private College: Implications for Tackling Inequality in Education (Elizabeth Achinewhu-Nworgu); and (25) Legal Understanding of "Quid Pro Quo" Sexual Harassment in Schools (Vimbi Petrus Mahlangu). Part 6: Research Education: (26) Burke's Dramatism Framework: A Lens to Analyse Bullying (Lynette Jacobs); (27) Is It Necessary to Articulate a Research Methodology When Reporting on Theoretical Research? (Juliana Smith and Rosalie Small); and (28) Early Support Development of Children with Disorders of the Biopsychosocial Functioning in Poland (Anna Czyz). Part 7: Educational Development Strategies in Different Countries and Regions of the World--National, Regional and Global Levels: (29) Analytical Overview of the European and Russian Qualifications Frameworks with a Focus on Doctoral Degree Level (Oksana Chigisheva, Anna Bondarenko, and Elena Soltovets); (30) Tutor System as a Source of Harmonizing the Educational System with the Needs of Economics (Tatiana Korsakova and Mikhail Korsakov); (31) Psychological Counseling Services in the Universities of Russia and the West (Elena Kirillova, Boris Kuznetsov, Vasiliy Aleshin, and Evgeniy Vodolazhskiy); (32) Experience of Teaching Drawing in German Schools by A. Ažbe and S. Hollósy (on the Example of the Image of Human Head) (Svetlana Melnikova and Ludmila Petrenko); (33) Short Cycle Higher Education Development in Latvia (Intra Luce); (34) Peculiarities of Teaching Medical Informatics and Statistics (Sergey Glushkov); and (35) The Role of Social Practice for the Development of Educational and Professional Standards (Irina Bobyleva and Olga Zavodilkina). Part 8: Key Directions and Characteristics of Research Organization in the Contemporary World: (36) Some Aspects of Developing Background Knowledge in Second Language Acquisition Revisited (Galina Zashchitina and Natalia Moysyak); (37) On the Theoretical and Practical Consistency of Neoclassicism as a Theoretical Platform of Economic Disciplines (Lyudmila Dyshaeva); and (38) Terrorism as a Social and Legal Phenomenon (Anna Serebrennikova and Yekaterina Mashkova). Individual papers contain references. [For Volume 14, Number 1, see ED568088. For Volume 14, Number 2, see ED568089.]
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