Globalisation and Education Reforms: Paradigms and Ideologies (Paperback)
1 Globalisation and Education Reforms: Paradigms and Ideologies.- 2 Globalisations, Meta-ideological Hegemony and paradigm Shifts in Education.- 3 Human Rights Global Education.- 4 Vision for the new Global Teacher: Reflections from a Comparative Education Perspective.- 5 STEM Education as a GERM: Reviewing Australia's STEM discourse.- 6 Internationalization of Higher Education in Russia: Aiming for Global Recognition.- 7 Devolution and Public University Infrastructure Development in Kenya: A Post-2000 Rights-based Development Agenda.- 8 Vygotsky and a Global Perspective on Scaffolding in Learning Mathematics.- 9 Mexican Educational Reform: Politics in the Frontline.- 10 The Internationlization of Higher Education in the West Indies.- 11 Fostering Economic Competitiveness, National Identity and Social Equity through Education Reforms: The Cases of Singapore and Hong Kong.- 12 What Impact Systemic Education Reforms have made on Key Aspects of the Education Systems?.- 13 Evaluating Globalisation and Education Reforms: Paradigms and Ideologies.
Joseph Zajda is associate professor in the Faculty of Education and Arts at the Australian Catholic University (Melbourne Campus). He specialises in globalisation and education policy reforms, social justice, history education and values education. He has written and edited 32 books and over 150 book chapters and articles in the areas of globalisation and education policy, higher education and curriculum reforms. He is also the editor of the 24-volume book series Globalisation, Comparative Education and Policy Research (Springer, 2009 & 2018). Recent publications include the following: Zajda, J. (2016) (Ed.). Globalisation, ideology and politics of education reforms. Dordrecht: Springer, Zajda, J. & Rust, V. (Ed.) (2016). Globalisation and Higher Education Reforms. Dordrecht: Springer, Zajda, J. (2015). (Ed.). Second International Handbook of Globalisation, Education and Policy Research. Dordrecht: Springer. He edits World Studies in Education, Curriculum and Teaching and Education and Society for James Nicholas Publishers. His works are found in 265 publications in 4 languages and 9,105 university library holdings globally. He was awarded ARC Discovery Grant ($315,000) Globalising studies of the politics of history education: a comparative analysis of history national curriculum implementation in Russia and Australia (with A. Taylor, Monash University, 2011-2015). He was elected as fellow of the Australian College of Educators (June 2013).