Globalization, Education and Social Justice (Globalisation #10) (Hardcover)
Preface, Joseph Zajda. Globalisation, Education and Social Justice: Introduction, Joseph Zajda. Acknowledgements. SECTION 1: MAIN TRENDS AND ISSUES1. Pedagogical Ethics for Teaching Social Justice in Teacher Education, B. Gloria Guzman Johannessen & Ann Unterreiner.2. Globalization, Social Justice and Education in Africa: Neoliberalism, Knowledge Capitalism in Sub-Saharan Africa, Kingsley Banya.3. Education, Social Justice, and Development in South Africa and Cuba: Comparisons and Connections, Diane Brook Napier.4. The Heteronomous University and the Question of Social Justice: In Search of a New Social Contract, Daniel Schugurensky.5. Education for Social Justice or Human Capital? Paul Carlin. SECTION II: EQUALITY, ACCESS AND DEMOCRACY 6. Social Justice Pedagogy: Simple Gestures of Humanity, B. Gloria Guzman Johannessen & Ann Unterreiner.7. Including students with special needs: Implications for social justice, Margaret Winzer & Kas Mazurek.8. The Impact of Two Policies on Principal and Teacher Preparation Programs: No Child Left Behind and the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act, Michele Acker-Hocevar, Marta I. Cruz-Janzen, and Cynthia L. Wilson.9. Solving the Equity/Equality Conceptual Dilemma: A New Goal Oriented Model to Approach Analyses Associated With Different Stages of the Educational Process, Oscar Espinoza.10. Classroom Inequity and the Literacy Experiences of Black Adolescent Girls, Traci P. Baxley & Genyne H. Boston.11. Pedagogies to support Indigenous students' Mathematics learning in rural and remote Queensland classrooms, Warren, E., Cooper, T. J., & Baturo, A.Index.