Educational Collaboration and Integration: ‘Education Plus’ Action Plan of East China Normal University

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By Ren Youqun Chair: Mark Bray Ren Youqun is Executive Vice Chairman of the University Council & Vice President of ECNU. He is also a professor in Educational Sciences. His research interests include Curriculum and Instruction, Educational Technology, Teacher Education, and Learning Sciences. He has published 2 books and over 80 articles, and translated 10 […]

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CERC Seminar: Shadow Education in Myanmar Private. Supplementary Tutoring and its Policy Implications

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Dear CERC members,You’re cordially invited to the next CERC seminar co-hosted with the Faculty of Education on coming Tuesday, 18 September 2018 at 12:45 – 14:00 in Room 204 of Runme Shaw Building. Shadow Education in Myanmar: Private Supplementary Tutoring and its Policy Implications by Mark Bray, Nutsa Kobakhidze and Ora Kwo This seminar will present […]

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The Making of Indigeneity: Interrogating Uses and Abuses of the Concept of ‘Indigenous’

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By Dr Licho (Licho) Lopez Lopez Chair: Yulia Nesterova In The Making of Indigeneity, Lopez interrogates how what is “indigenous,” as a category of diversity, emerged, has been made, remade, and is taken up to fund discourses of multiculturalism and intercultualism. Through historical and ethnographic classroom research Lopez devices eventalizing as a methodological approximation to […]

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Critical Insights on Inherent Opportunities and Complexities Presented by Educational Sojourns

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By Dely Lazarte Elliot Chair: Yang Rui Using a psychological lens, this seminar will focus on the opportunities and challenges inherent in the educational sojourn experience of a considerable number of students engaged in international education. The discussion will be grounded in a developmental theory originally proposed by Urie Bronfenbrenner leading to a new perspective […]

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CGSED T Shirts

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The 2017/18 cohort of MEd students in Comparative and Global Studies in Education and Development (CGSED) is perhaps even more dynamic and team-spirited than its predecessors! The students have designed a special T shirt to display their identity. On the front is the name of the specialization alongside the Bray & Thomas cube which has […]

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