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Mensah, Henry Amo. "Language policy and practice in a multilingual classroom : managing linguistic diversity in a Namibian high school." Thesis, Stellenbosch : Stellenbosch University, 2014. http://hdl.handle.net/10019.1/86615.
Tsoi, Yee-hang. "The medium of instruction for Hong Kong's secondary schools : an analysis of policy design /." Hong Kong : University of Hong Kong, 1998. http://sunzi.lib.hku.hk/hkuto/record.jsp?B19708646.
Iipinge, Kristof. "Consequences of ideology and policy in the English second language classroom: The case of Oshiwambo-speaking students in Namibia." University of the Western Cape, 2018. http://hdl.handle.net/11394/6234.
Barasa, Lwagula Peter. "English language teaching in the Kenyan secondary school : policy, training and practice." Thesis, University of Hull, 1997. http://hydra.hull.ac.uk/resources/hull:5382.
Sinalumbu, Fred S. "An exploration of teachers' perceptions of democratic school governance in Namibia and its contribution to school discipline." Stellenbosch : Stellenbosch University, 2013. http://hdl.handle.net/10019.1/79886.
Hoveka, E. P. "Research portfolio." Thesis, Rhodes University, 2004. http://hdl.handle.net/10962/d1003616.
Tsoi, Yee-hang, and 蔡懿恒. "The medium of instruction for Hong Kong's secondary schools: An analysis of policy design." Thesis, The University of Hong Kong (Pokfulam, Hong Kong), 1998. http://hub.hku.hk/bib/B31965362.
Ewell-Eldridge, Ivy. "Examining Secondary Language Arts Teachers' Perceptions of Professional Learning| Motivations, Values, Barriers, Needs, and Aspirations." Thesis, Pepperdine University, 2018. http://pqdtopen.proquest.com/#viewpdf?dispub=10816349.
Research reveals that for American secondary teachers, mere participation, or the desire to participate, in professional development is not a matter of concern, as many in the educational community have assumed. Yet, there is a void in the literature regarding American, lower secondary educators of literacy and their overall perceptions of professional learning. The purpose of this phenomenological study was to understand the perceptions of lower secondary English language arts (ELA)/literacy teachers, specifically in regard to what motivates these educators to participate in professional development, what they value in professional learning opportunities, the challenges that keep them from participating, and their overall professional development needs.
This qualitative study draws on two theoretical frameworks, constructivism and adult learning theory, as there are varied philosophies that contribute to the understanding of a teacher’s perception of professional learning. A non-experimental, phenomenological methodology was chosen, aiming to better understand participant’s individual experiences through their comprehensive, self-reported descriptions. The population of this study consisted of experienced, lower secondary ELA/literacy teachers employed in southern California public schools. Purposive, criterion sampling was used for this research, collecting data from a total of 13 semi-structured interviews of participants from two school districts.
The findings from this study resulted in five thematic categories that present the essential drivers and impediments to the participants’ involvement in professional learning opportunities: (a) teachers desire to improve their professional practice, (b) professional learning should be immediately applicable to professional practice, (c) teachers prefer to learn from other experienced teachers, (d) the culture of the school district and or site influences teacher learning, and (e) a teacher’s learning is influenced by their perception of themselves and previous experiences. Six conclusions were drawn from the thematic findings of this study. They rely upon the literature and findings to argue how teachers’ motivation, personal values, and aspirations for participation in professional learning opportunities is centered on personal and organizational factors along with the historical and current culture of American K-12 public schools.
Orekan, George Suraju. "Attitudes of secondary school pupils and dropouts towards English and indigenous languages in the context of Nigerian educational policy." Thesis, University of Aberdeen, 2013. http://digitool.abdn.ac.uk:80/webclient/DeliveryManager?pid=202789.
Gontes, Karolina. "Research portfolio." Thesis, Rhodes University, 2004. http://hdl.handle.net/10962/d1003614.
Lee, Joanna Chi-Yan. "The educational and cultural impact of the medium of instruction policy on secondary education in Hong Kong." Thesis, University of York, 2002. http://etheses.whiterose.ac.uk/14015/.
Nakale, Elifas. "Understanding how teachers scaffold learners to make sense of biological language and concepts when using English as a mediational tool: a case study." Thesis, Rhodes University, 2013. http://hdl.handle.net/10962/d1001517.
Kanime, Justina Kashuupulwa. "An investigation into how Grade 11 Biology teachers mediate learning through code-switching from English to Oshiwambo : a case study." Thesis, Rhodes University, 2015. http://hdl.handle.net/10962/d1017345.
Maalim, Haroun Ayoub. "Exploring the relationship between an "English-only" language-in-education policy and bilingual practices in secondary schools in Zanzibar." Thesis, Rhodes University, 2015. http://hdl.handle.net/10962/d1017891.
Wild, Justin. "Perception and use of Tanzania's Language of Instruction Policy in a Rural Ordinary Level Secondary School| Translating Qualitative Data into a Quantitative Instrument Measuring the Foreign Language Environment." Thesis, Indiana University, 2018. http://pqdtopen.proquest.com/#viewpdf?dispub=10931398.
In Tanzania, the debate surrounding language of instruction has been rekindled with an announcement in February of 2015 that the language of instruction would be changed from English to Kiswahili in Ordinary Level secondary schools. European languages have perceived economic benefits, while researchers in cognitive learning argue foreign languages of instruction are often detrimental to a child’s learning. However, this debate is studied largely at the national and international levels. This dissertation research investigates perceptions of language of instruction in a rural school community using critical theory, the theory of communicative action, and a language ecology framework. Qualitative analysis of community foreign language learning resources and a construct modeling approach was used to create and pilot a quantitative instrument in several rural secondary school communities for the purpose of measuring and acknowledging foreign language learning resources in a rural school community. Findings revealed participants’ cultural attachment to Kiswahili in tension with the high utilitarian value they place on knowing the English language. Few participants believed there are many resources for learning English in or outside of school. Findings from the survey using descriptive analysis and item response theory revealed that few items captured the variability of the construct within the sample, yet exposed possible weaknesses and offered direction for further, future investigation. This study concludes with a discussion of the findings in relation to the theories and framework guiding this study, as well as a discussion of the child’s right to learn.
Forrest, Scott N. "Making sense of exit exam policies: A phenomenological study of English language development teachers." ScholarWorks, 2010. https://scholarworks.waldenu.edu/dissertations/828.
Pattisson, Y. Joy. "The influence of teacher identities on teachers' perspectives towards the incoming Dual Language Policy in Abu Dhabi secondary schools." Thesis, University of Sussex, 2014. http://sro.sussex.ac.uk/id/eprint/50495/.
Mwipopo, Marko. "Secondary School Graduates’ Personal Experiences in the Context of English-only Language of Instruction Within and Outside the School Setting in Tanzania." Thesis, University of Oregon, 2016. http://hdl.handle.net/1794/20498.
Warren, Markita C. "The Function, Culture, and Currency of Language for Black Americans in Education." Cleveland State University / OhioLINK, 2020. http://rave.ohiolink.edu/etdc/view?acc_num=csu1595271578275912.
Goossens, Sue. "Embracing and rejecting multilingualism: A linguistic ethnographic study of policy negotiation in an urban secondary school with a multilingual project." Doctoral thesis, Universite Libre de Bruxelles, 2020. https://dipot.ulb.ac.be/dspace/bitstream/2013/318225/5/Contrat.pdf.
Tan, Hui May. "Changing the language of instruction for Mathematics and Science in Malaysia: the PPSMI policy and the washback effect of bilingual high-stakes secondary school exit exams." Thesis, McGill University, 2010. http://digitool.Library.McGill.CA:80/R/?func=dbin-jump-full&object_id=86622.
Eliadou, Annita. "Responding to student diversity : a study of the experiences of 'foreign-speaking' students in secondary schools in Cyprus." Thesis, University of Manchester, 2014. https://www.research.manchester.ac.uk/portal/en/theses/responding-to-student-diversity-a-study-of-the-experiences-of-foreignspeaking-students-in-secondary-schools-in-cyprus(9795babb-b3b2-4fdf-8c33-170bf0c352f5).html.
Seilstad, Brian Seilstad. "Adolescent Newcomer Programming in Superdiverse Contexts: Continua, Trajectories, Ideologies, and Outcomes." The Ohio State University, 2018. http://rave.ohiolink.edu/etdc/view?acc_num=osu1528875322142932.
Alexander, Mariko Mizuno. "The Social Organization of High School Sojourner Experiences: At the Intersection between Corporate Transnationalism and Educational Processes." The Ohio State University, 2014. http://rave.ohiolink.edu/etdc/view?acc_num=osu1397576060.
Fobe, Mila Pamella. "Curriculum outcomes, teaching practices and learner competencies in isiXhosa in three Grahamstown schools." Thesis, Rhodes University, 2014. http://hdl.handle.net/10962/d1012072.
Mbude-Shale, Beryl Ntombizanele. "Exploring the correlation between language medium and academic achievement: a comparative study of the language of learning and teaching (LoLT) and mathematics results in the 2010 Grade 12 National Senior Certificate examinations in the Eastern Cape." Thesis, Rhodes University, 2013. http://hdl.handle.net/10962/d1001863.
Grugan, Cecilia Spencer. "Disability Resource Specialists’ Capacity to Adopt Principles and Implement Practices that Qualify as Universal Design at a 4-Year Public Institution." Wright State University / OhioLINK, 2018. http://rave.ohiolink.edu/etdc/view?acc_num=wright1526997302503817.
Pronto, Lindon N. "Exploring German and American Modes of Pedagogical and Institutional Sustainability: Forging a Way into the Future." Scholarship @ Claremont, 2012. http://scholarship.claremont.edu/pitzer_theses/21.
Elalouf, Aurélia. "Histoire de la première nomenclature grammaticale officielle en France (janvier 1905 - avril 1911)." Thesis, Sorbonne Paris Cité, 2017. http://www.theses.fr/2017USPCA134.
Briney, Carol E. "My Journey with Prisoners: Perceptions, Observations and Opinions." Kent State University Liberal Studies Essays / OhioLINK, 2013. http://rave.ohiolink.edu/etdc/view?acc_num=kent1373151648.
Ausiku, Justus Kashindi. "An evaluation of the implementation of the Namibian language-in-education policy in the upper primary phase in Oshana region." Diss., 2010. http://hdl.handle.net/10500/4050.
Kapenda, Hileni Magano. "Translating policy into practice: aspects of learner-centred classroom practices in mathematics in Namibia secondary schools." 2008. http://hdl.handle.net/11394/3645.
Sitwala, Josephine Ntelamo. "Language maintenace in the Malozi community of Caprivi." Thesis, 2010. http://hdl.handle.net/10500/4035.
"Giving the Students a Voice: Surveying Students about Arizona's Structured English Immersion Restrictive Language Policy." Doctoral diss., 2011. http://hdl.handle.net/2286/R.I.9373.
Mabiletja, Matome Meriam. "An evaluation of the implementation of the new language-in-education policy in selected secondary schools of the Limpopo Province." Diss., 2008. http://hdl.handle.net/10500/2073.
"Post-colonial discourses in education, language and secondary school textbooks of English in Hong Kong." 2002. http://library.cuhk.edu.hk/record=b5891172.
Mudzanani, Ndiimafhi Nelson. "Effect of language of instruction on learners in secondary schools in Vhembe district, Limpopo Province." Thesis, 2009. http://encore.tut.ac.za/iii/cpro/DigitalItemViewPage.external?sp=1000255.
"「中學敎學語言政策」對學校內部影響的硏究." 2001. http://library.cuhk.edu.hk/record=b6073820.
Mokgwathi, Tsaona Mathula. "Role of code-switching in teaching and learning in selected senior secondary schools in Botswana." Thesis, 2011. http://hdl.handle.net/2263/24824.
Gamedze, Makhosazana. "Policy change and curriculum alignment : exploring the perceptions of language department heads in Swaziland’s underprivileged schools." Thesis, 2015. http://hdl.handle.net/10500/20194.
Gumede, Ntokozo Theophilus. "The reasons why rural secondary schools educators of KwaZulu-Natal are reluctant to use English as a medium of instruction." Thesis, 2003. http://hdl.handle.net/10413/1916.
Nyangiwe, Bulelwa Lynette. "The language-in-education policy and attitudes of learners, educators and parents towards English or/and isiZulu as the language of learning and teaching : the case of selected secondary schools in Durban Metro in KwaZulu-Natal province." Thesis, 2004. http://hdl.handle.net/10413/9088.
Kafu, Hazel Bukiwe. "Challenges in teaching IsiXhosa home language in rural Eastern Cape secondary schools." Thesis, 2018. http://hdl.handle.net/10500/26683.
Blumfield, Brian Alfred. "A historical review of the assessment of English Home Language at senior secondary school level in KwaZulu-Natal." Thesis, 2008. http://hdl.handle.net/10500/2412.
Sithole, Zamani Lawrance. "Exploring challenges of everyday English language words in learning physical sciences in Gauteng-East townships secondary schools." Diss., 2019. http://hdl.handle.net/10500/26243.
Gora, Ruth Babra. "Perception and attitude towards the study of African languages in Zimbabwean high schools : implications for human resources development and management." Thesis, 2014. http://hdl.handle.net/10500/14412.
Ntshangase, Sicelo Ziphozonke. "The impact of linguistic colonialism on academic achievements of Zulu learners in KwaZulu-Natal." Thesis, 2014. http://hdl.handle.net/10500/19654.
Bam, Nicola Rose-Anne. "The role of INSET in promoting multilingualism in Western Cape schools : a case study." Diss., 2001. http://hdl.handle.net/10500/18056.
Ditshego, Nthabiseng Jacintha. "Teaching English First Additional Language to grades 10 and 11 progressed learners to enhance communication proficiency." Diss., 2020. http://hdl.handle.net/10500/27055.
Xiaobin, Zang. "A situação atual do ensino de chinês nas escolas do norte de Portugal." Master's thesis, 2015. http://hdl.handle.net/1822/35774.
Comparative and International Higher Education Policy Specialist; Focus on Central Asia
I’m a higher education policy specialist with 20 years of expertise in research , teaching , policy analysis, consultancy, and practice.
I’ve published widely in academic journals/books as well as in general interest publications, webinars, and podcasts .
Current professional expertise
As Head of Research and Foresight at UNESCO’s International Institute for Higher Education , I lead a range of international projects including: the right to higher education, the futures of higher education, virtual student mobility, academic freedom and self-regulation of higher education governance.
I completed my PhD in Comparative & International Higher Education from the University of Toronto, Canada in 2020 (yes, I’m a Zoom doctor…). My thesis is about how and why change happens in higher education, with a focus on post-Soviet higher education systems. My PhD was funded by a Vanier Canada Graduate Scholarship and a Study Abroad Studentship from the UK’s Leverhulme Trust .
My thesis won the 2021 Dissertation Award from the Comparative & International Education Society Eurasia SIG; part of my doctoral research was awarded the 2018 Excellent Paper Award for an Emerging Scholar by the Knowledge Politics and Policies Standing Group of the European Consortium of Political Researchers .
I have an undergraduate MA (Hons) in Russian Studies & History from the University of Edinburgh, UK; a Postgraduate Certificate in Conflict & Development from the Open University, UK; and an MBA in Higher Education Management from the Institute of Education, UK (now University College London).
As a researcher , I explore the effects of current global shifts on education policy in comparative and international perspective. At York University (Toronto, Canada), I coordinated a SSHRC-funded project on the international education-migration nexus and was the lead researcher for Canada. I also completed research for a new project on the geopolitics of international higher education.
I have also formally collaborated on research with the Centre for the Study of Canadian and International Higher Education at the University of Toronto , the Higher School of Economics (Russia)/University of Oxford , and the University of Central Asia .
Since 2011, I’ve been running a blog about education, society and politics in Central Asia. This stems from working in Central Asia for an inspiring and groundbreaking education initiative in the early 2000s plus subsequent freelance and voluntary work as well as a host of other ongoing connections in the region. My blog has been named one of The Guardian’s “best social media accounts for academics” (2016) and my blog posts have attracted attention from a wider audience, including El País, Huffington Post and Yahoo Canada.
I teach courses in higher education, education policy, and international/global studies. At graduate level, I have taught international academic relations, systems of higher education, and comparative educational theories and methods. At undergraduate level, I’ve taught large enrolment courses in critical international development students.
I support students to build their own bridges between their lived experiences and the course material through active learning processes that encompass opportunities for reflection and developing self-awareness. I’m an experienced mentor and have a career long commitment to promoting women’s professional development.
Policy analysis and consultancy
As a policy analyst and consultant , I have advised on education projects for the governments of Tajikistan (with the World Bank), Estonia and the UK, the University of Oxford, and the University of Central Asia. I managed conferences, membership and governance at the Central Eurasian Studies Society .
I am an Advisory Board member at the Centre for Global Higher Education (University of Oxford/University College London) and a founding Advisory Council member of the Oxus Society for Central Asian Affairs . I was a Board Director of the Canadian Society for the Study of Higher Education .
Higher education administration
As a higher education practitioner , I enjoyed a progressively senior career working in higher education administration and management at the University of Central Asia (Tajikistan), University of Oxford (UK) and the Institute of Education, University College London (UK) prior to starting doctoral research.
I am co-author of the book Managing your career in higher education administration (2014) , part of Palgrave Macmillan’s Universities into the 21st century series .
In addition to English (my native language), I have fluent Russian, good but rusty French, intermediate Spanish and a smattering of other languages.
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If you read my blog over 3 1/2 years you will find out what I experienced teaching at western universities in Almaty and also in Astana. I won’t name their names but it is not too difficult to figure out if you know anything about Kazakhstan. Enjoy blogging about two of MY favorite topics, higher education in Central Asia.
Thanks for your reply, Kazakh Nomad, and I can take a wild guess at the two universities you are talking about! It’s great to know there are other people out there interested in higher education in the region, and you found the blog before I’d even attempted to publicise it! (I’d love to know how you picked it up?).
I think I did my usual Tag Surfer on WordPress to find your blog that has tags connected to KZ. Every day I read a LOT of other interesting blogs like people who are biking through Central Asia or I found out more things about the April 2010 uprising in Kyrgyzstan that way. I stay informed about a place I love and care about the people who live in places where I have spent some time. You are right, there is NOT much written about higher education in Kazakhstan simply because it is a delicate subject. Cultural and linguistic issues along with East meets West is all a part of the mix. I hope you can unravel some of the mysteries that reside alongside each other such as urban vs. rural education. The privileged vs those in poverty. I fear the divide may be worsening instead of getting better. But working with those Kazakh students in the western universities gave me hope for the country’s future. Strange paradox. Work IN the university system under some of the KZ or other administrators and there is reason to not be hopeful. Work with the parents or the young people and there is good things in store for you. Keep writing, please!!!
An interesting observation about working in the university system vs working with parents/young people.
As the blog develops I hope to have contributions from both groups you mention so that should bring a deeper perspective to my own contributions.
Have you heard of the Kazakhstan Embassy Fellowship for Travel Abroad 2012? I think you find it interesting. We are announcing our winners today
Dear Toregeldi, No I hadn’t heard of this Fellowship, but it sounds very interesting. Do you offer a Fellowship for UK citizens too? Link is http://www.kazakhembus.com/index.php?mact=News,cntnt01,detail,0&cntnt01articleid=894&cntnt01origid=15&cntnt01returnid=201 for any US readers who may be interested.
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Hi Emma, I’m a spanish journalist from El País Newspaper and I want to send you some questions about your last post about the high heels. Could you contact me, please? Thanks!
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Hi Emma, I’m terrible at writing comments on blogs, so I’ll just say that I really like the idea and design of your website, and look forward to exploring your posts. I’m a Russian translator and writer with a Central Asia fixation…
Thanks Jon and nice to hear from you (we connected on LinkedIn a while ago). Are you planning any trips to Central Asia? You’d definitely have plenty to write about if you went!
The blog uses a free WordPress template, but I chose it very deliberately because part of the design is similar to the Central Asian/Iranian suzani textile. The content of the blog is also quite deliberate, picking up on my two key interests in the region and in higher education around the world. Put the two together and there you go! I do sometimes write on more general themes such as politics and social change as well.
I hope you still remember me!
I’m writing to ask a small favour. I have been asked to write a short article about Uzbekistan, in particular the game of cricket there. Cricket is very popular in the Asian subcontinent, and as there are many Indians and Pakistanis living in Central Asia as students, I was wondering if you knew some people working at international Uzbek schools or universities, who could could put me in touch with some of them?
I know it’s a long shot, but I’m struggling!
Why did you become interested in Central Asia?
Hi Viktor. I worked in Tajikistan after studying Russian at university, which is where my interest stems from. The decision to study Russian was a chance one that I hadn’t planned, but it has changed my life!
Interesting. I was born in Dushanbe in 1982. When were you last be in Tajikistan? I am native of Dushanbe city, but I live in USA now because of the war in Tajikistan. Many Koreans lived in Dushanbe in 1980s, along with Tatars, Russians, and others. Alas, the country is in a new era now.
Hi Viktor I was last in Tajikistan two years ago but am in frequent contact woth friends and family there. Would you ever consider moving back?
Best wishes, Emma
Hi Emma, I’ve just stumbled upon your excellent blog as well as a paper you did on the impact of study abroad. I’d love to be in touch! I’ve recently finished a book length manuscript on cultural globalization as it relates to return migration in Kazakhstan, and I’m researching a piece on Central Asian students abroad. So we obviously have a lot of interests in common. Regards, Doug
Hi Doug, Thanks very much for the message, and I’m glad you’re enjoying the blog. It would be great to be in touch. In the meantime I’m going to make sure I find a copy of ‘National Identity and Globalization’ which looks really interesting! I have a growing interest in young people in Soviet and post-Soviet Central Asia and am thinking about how to take that forward in the longer term.
Hello,Emma. I am Muqaddas.I am Tajik and am living in Dushanbe,studying in the Moscow state university in here. I really dont like life in Tajikistan,I dont mean my family,what I mean is,the life in here for youngers is very hard. If you have money,you can live good in Tajikistan ,otherwise you feel yourself as Nothing. No good Education,no place for students to go after the school, no clubs(extracurricular activitied) for us to express ourselves,there is only one exception,is sport,but it casts money. Damn,thats so hard in here. Please if you have free time and any questions to ask about Tajikistans education,corruption in here you can ask me,I will tell you not only my oppinion but other Tajiks too. Thank you.
Dear Muqaddas, Thanks for both of your messages. I’m privileged to know that you have found my blog although sad that you share some of my negative outlooks for higher education in Tajikistan. The main question I am asking at the moment is “why is higher education not developing in Tajikistan?”. Because there is a lot of money coming from the World Bank etc etc, but we aren’t see real change in the system. I would love to hear your views about that question. Rahmat, Emma
Hello. Thanks for your reply. We dont know about money that come to us from the World Bank,we dont feel it,but we see how people who are working in the best places in here get their pockets bigeer and fill them with money. Thats a corruption,its a big problem in here,everyone can see it but noone is changing that. Thats very bad for students psychology,some may get crazy because of that. You are welcome to ask more questions. If you want you can add me in the viber.
Hi Muqaddas, Thank you for the generous offer to ask you more questions! I can see that corruption is a major issue for you. Have you or your friends personally experienced problems? We can continue this discussion by email/viber – I will contact you directly. Best wishes, Emma.
I’m really glad to have come across your blog. I’m currently working on a couple of projects (both totally still in their formative stages) on cultural heritage and revival in Central Asia. I was particularly interested in your comment about suzani, above.
One of these projects involves providing opportunities for students from the region to study at postgraduate level in the UK. This, of course, runs completely counter to what your own work is focused upon achieving! But it’s precisely for this reason that I’d like to talk to you about it. It’s important that we have properly considered all the potential ramifications of this project.
I’d be delighted to speak to you further about this.
Thanks for getting in touch and I hope you will find my blog a useful resource. I don’t have any stance on studying abroad, contrary to what I think you’re suggesting! In fact, I am currently an international student myself… I think there cam be many benefits both for students and host nations to having student mobility programmes. I would be happy to discuss your projects further with you. I will email you to start the ball rolling.
I found your article ‘Challenges in contemporary higher education in Kyrgyzstan, Central Asia’ while doing a coursework. I haven’t read it yet. Despite that happy to see your contribution to the development of Central Asia.
Thank you a lot, Samat.
Welcome to my blog! I am pleased to say that you can also access my article (no charge) at https://www.researchgate.net/publication/273504221_Challenges_in_contemporary_higher_education_in_Kyrgyzstan_Central_Asia .
Let me know if you have comments or questions about it. I would be interested to know more about your coursework! Emma
Sorry, it took me long to respond. I did not use your article, because my research focus shifted from Higher Education to Secondary Education. I wrote a proposal to become a fellow in the U.S. My proposal was accepted. I will start my fellowship this fall. I will be looking at private-public partnership (PPP) practices from around the world, and see if the same concept could be used in Kyrgyzstan.
However, I am generally interested in reforming and improving education system in Kyrgyzstan. I believe, this should our government’s main priority.
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Dear Emma, I have encountered your blog as I was searching for some information related to Nazarbayev University partnership with western universities. Let me first introduce myself. My name is Nazgul Bayetova and I am from Astana, Kazakhstan. I am currently pursuing my doctorate degree in Higher Education at Florida International University, Florida, USA. My professor has become extremely interested in strategic partnership of NU. Unfortunately, as you probably know, I have encountered issues finding feasible research studying related to this topic. I have read your previous posts and I am sure you are an expert in this area. Please let me know if there are any chances to learn about this topic on this website. Could you please share any additional information about NU as well? Thank you very much Sincerely, Nazgul Bayetova Miami, Florida.
Dear Nazgul, Many thanks for getting in touch and I hope your research is going well! You can use the search function on my website to see what I have written before about Nazarbayev University, and I also wrote an article about building world class universities that uses NU as the case study. You can link to this on the Publications page of my site. Best wishes, Emma
Dear Emma, I am visiting Uzbekistan for the first time and would like to make contact with any institutions or groups that are working on citizen science projects andor the SDGs. Can you suggest any contacts?
Hi Libby, It’s great that you are going to Uzbekistan! I hope you have an excellent time there. Great question – I will put out a call to my Twitter followers and see whether anyone has any leads. My other suggestion would be to see which institutions/groups the UN in Uzbekistan in supporting, particularly as this relates to the SDGs. Best wishes, Emma
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The education dissertation topics come in many forms as education is one of the most important forces, which drives human survival and progress. The article presents a list of education research topics, which are based on the past, present, and future aspects of the field of education. The students can select any topic from the […]
The education dissertation topics come in many forms as education is one of the most important forces, which drives human survival and progress. The article presents a list of education research topics, which are based on the past, present, and future aspects of the field of education. The students can select any topic from the list given to write their research project on education.
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Analysing the dedication of current teachers towards their jobs in UAE.
Should religious education be reintroduced to the schooling system?
The key factors that contribute to creating an inspirational environment of educational institutes.
In the next five years, will education systems face a shortage of teachers?
To what extent holistic education is considered as a myth in today’s education system?
How the teachers can keep the parents involved in the educational process?
Do teacher training programs influence the education system positively?
Examining the theories related to teaching style and approaches.
To what extent the teacher knowledge and support influence the literacy development.
Examining the importance of aligning the curriculum designing and assessment to achieve teaching goals.
Analysing the motivational factors that promote homeschooling.
Conducing a qualitative study of the significance of IT in homeschooling.
To study the impact of support staff in primary schools.
Examining the importance of the relationship between teachers, parents, and students.
How the changes in the business world are influencing the education department of countries?
Analysing the role of leadership qualities in creating a dedicated learning environment for students.
How the advancement in technology is supporting education at primary, secondary, and tertiary level?
To what extent the schools contribute to the development of personality and character of students?
Analysing the relationship between academic studies and professionalism.
To study the educational policies of Australia and how it has influenced the education sector of the country.
The role of government in promoting quality education for both local and international students.
Examining the growing concept of e-learning and how it has influenced traditional classrooms.
Impact of globalisation on education - the trends and challenges.
How are the government-funded education courses contributing to the development of the educational sector?
Examining the pros and impact of education in the life of disabled children.
How the macroenvironmental factors influence the level and quality of education in different countries?
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Showing result 1 - 5 of 167 swedish dissertations containing the words cultural policy .
1. Constructing Soviet Cultural Policy : Cybernetics and Governance in Lithuania after World War II
Author : Egle Rindzeviciute ; Irina Sandomirskaja ; Martin Kylhammar ; Tony Benett ; Linköpings universitet ;  Keywords : HUMANITIES ; HUMANIORA ; HUMANIORA ; HUMANITIES ; Cultural policy ; governance ; cybernetics ; Lithuania ; the Soviet Union ; governmentality ; Kulturpolitik ; styrning ; cybernetik ; Litauen ; Sovjetunionen ; governmentality ; Cultural heritage and cultural production ; Kulturarv och kulturproduktion ;
Abstract : Efter första världskriget var Sovjetunionen en av de första moderna stater som uttryckligen ägnade sig åt att övervaka och styra kulturen, vilket tog sig formen av en formaliserad och institutionaliserad statlig kulturpolitik. I denna övervakningsoch styrningsprocess försåg vetenskap och teknologi staten med konceptuella och materiella resurser vilka användes för att definiera såväl själva processen som föremålet för den. READ MORE
2. Nationalising Culture : The Reorganisation of National Culture in Swedish Cultural Policy 1970–2002
Author : Tobias Harding ; Erling Bjurström ; Svante Beckman ; Per Mangset ; Linköpings universitet ;  Keywords : HUMANITIES ; HUMANIORA ; HUMANIORA ; HUMANITIES ; cultural policy ; Sweden ; nation-state ; imagined communities ; neo-institutionalism ; path dependency ; separation of church and state ; universal values ; particular values ; ethnic nations ; state-framed nations ; kulturpolitik ; Sverige ; nationalstat ; föreställd gemenskap ; nyinstitutionalism ; stigberoende ; kyrka-stat-frågan ; universella värden ; partikulära värden ; etnisk nationsuppfattning ; statsinramad nationsuppfattning ; Cultural heritage and cultural production ; Kulturarv och kulturproduktion ;
Abstract : By comparative analysis of Swedish cultural policy (including art policy, heritage policy and Church policy) during the Riksdag periods of 1970-73, 1991-94, 1994-98 and 1998-2002 the relationship between cultural policy and the concept of the nation as a homogenous cultural community (defined by either an ethnic or a state-framed concept) is explored. Neoinstitutional analysis of cultural policy as an organisational field is combined with analysis of how the nation is conceived as an imagined community, and what values it strives to uphold to show how these values and concepts are institutionalised in its cultural policy and how this supports the legitimacy of the State as a nation-state. READ MORE
3. Impossible Interculturality? : Education and the Colonial Difference in a Multicultural World
Author : Robert Aman ; Andreas Fejes ; Stefan Jonsson ; Lisbeth Eriksson ; Edda Manga ; Linköpings universitet ;  Keywords : SOCIAL SCIENCES ; SAMHÄLLSVETENSKAP ; HUMANITIES ; HUMANIORA ; HUMANIORA ; HUMANITIES ; Interculturality ; multiculturalism ; intercultural education ; policy ; postcolonialism ; cultural difference ; colonial difference ; European Union ; interculturalidad ; delinking ; Interkulturalitet ; mångkultur ; interkulturell utbildning ; policy ; postkolonialism ; kulturella skillnader ; koloniala skillnader ; Europeiska Unionen ; interculturalidad ;
Abstract : An increasing number of educational policies, academic studies, and university courses today propagate ‘interculturality’ as a method for approaching ‘the Other’ and reconciling universal values and cultural specificities. Based on a thorough discussion of Europe’s colonial past and the hierarchies of knowledge that colonialism established, this dissertation interrogates the definitions of intercultural knowledge put forth by EU policy discourse, academic textbooks on interculturality, and students who have completed a university course on the subject. READ MORE
4. Mediated Europes : Discourse and Power in Ukraine, Russia and Poland During Euromaidan
Author : Roman Horbyk ; Johan Fornäs ; Patrik Åker ; Sabina Mihelj ; Södertörns högskola ;  Keywords : SOCIAL SCIENCES ; SAMHÄLLSVETENSKAP ; SOCIAL SCIENCES ; SAMHÄLLSVETENSKAP ; HUMANITIES ; HUMANIORA ; SAMHÄLLSVETENSKAP ; SAMHÄLLSVETENSKAP ; HUMANIORA ; SOCIAL SCIENCES ; SOCIAL SCIENCES ; HUMANITIES ; media ; discourse ; power ; postcolonial theory ; foreign policy ; journalists ; politicians ; Europe ; Ukraine ; Russia ; Poland ; Euromaidan ; медії ; дискурс ; влада ; зовнішня політика ; журналісти ; політики ; Европа ; Україна ; Росія ; Евромайдан ; medier ; diskurs ; makt ; utrikespolitik ; journalister ; politiker ; Europa ; Ukraina ; Ryssland ; Polen ; Euromajdan ; Kritisk kulturteori ; Critical and Cultural Theory ; Östersjö- och Östeuropaforskning ; Baltic and East European studies ;
Abstract : This study focuses on mediated representations of Europe during Euromaidan and the subsequent Ukraine–Russia crisis, analysing empirical material from Ukraine, Poland and Russia. The material includes articles from nine newspapers, diverse in terms of political and journalistic orientation, as well as interviews with journalists, foreign policymakers and experts, drawing also on relevant policy documents as well as online and historical sources. READ MORE
5. Lost in Transformation : A critical study of two South African museums
Author : Cecilia Rodéhn ; Juliette Leeb du toit ; Ciraj Rassool ; Sabine Marshall ; University of KwaZulu-Natal ;  Keywords : HUMANITIES ; HUMANIORA ; HUMANITIES ; HUMANIORA ; HUMANITIES ; HUMANIORA ; SOCIAL SCIENCES ; SAMHÄLLSVETENSKAP ; SOCIAL SCIENCES ; SAMHÄLLSVETENSKAP ; HUMANITIES ; HUMANIORA ; SAMHÄLLSVETENSKAP ; SAMHÄLLSVETENSKAP ; HUMANIORA ; HUMANIORA ; SOCIAL SCIENCES ; SOCIAL SCIENCES ; HUMANITIES ; HUMANITIES ; South Africa ; museum ; exhibition ; collection ; apartheid ; the transformation ; democracy ; space ; place ; time ; Cultural heritage and cultural production ; Kulturarv och kulturproduktion ; History ; Historia ; Cultural anthropology ; Kulturantropologi ; Social anthropology ethnography ; Socialantrolopologi etnografi ; Ethnicity ; Etnicitet ; African and comparative archaelogy ; Afrikansk och jämförande arkeologi ; Historia ; History ; Archaeology ; Arkeologi ; Etnologi ; Ethnology ; Kulturantropologi ; Cultural Anthropology ; Social and Economic Geography ; Kulturgeografi ; Cardiology ; Kardiologi ;
Abstract : In this dissertation Transformation, as understood in South Africa, is investigated in the ‘Natal Museum’ and the ‘Msunduzi Museum Incorporating the Voortrekker Complex’ in terms of socio-political structures, the museum as a place, its collections and displays. I have emphasised the ethnographical perspective and analysed it by using key concepts such as new museology, time, space and place. READ MORE
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An analysis of states' policies regarding kindergarten through twelfth grade online education. Implementation of an education technology policy in Namibia's high schools: Through the eyes of the teacher
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