Innovation in Tertiary Institutions in New Zealand: The conditions for the future collaborations for Chinese/Hong Kong and New Zealand institutions

Innovation in Tertiary Institutions in New Zealand: The conditions for the future collaborations for Chinese/Hong Kong and New Zealand institutions by Dr. Richard Heraud, Tutor, Faculty of Education, University of Waikato, New Zealand. Chair: Dr. Liz Jackson.   Abstract  In the seminar, Dr Heraud will problematize how the concept of innovation is understood in tertiary […]

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International Status Anxiety and Higher Education – The Soviet Legacy in China and Russia

International Status Anxiety and Higher Education – The Soviet Legacy in China and Russia by Dr. Anatoly Oleksiyenko, Associate Professor of higher education, Faculty of Education, University of Hong Kong and Dr. Wenqin Shen, Associate Professor of higher education, Graduate School of Education, Peking University. Chair: Dr. Liz Jackson.   Abstract  CERC invites you to the […]

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Beyond comforting histories: The colonial/imperial entanglements of the International Institute, Paul Monroe and Isaac L. Kandel at Teachers College, Columbia University

Dear CERC members,You’re cordially invited to the next CERC seminar co-hosted with the Faculty of Education on coming Thursday, 04 October 2018 at 12:45 – 14:00 in Room 203 of Runme Shaw Building. Beyond comforting histories:  The colonial/imperial entanglements of the International Institute, Paul Monroe and  Isaac L. Kandel at Teachers College, Columbia University by Dr. […]

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

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’

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

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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Critical Insights on Inherent Opportunities and Complexities Presented by Educational Sojourns

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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