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Wolverhampton Intellectual Repository and E-Theses > School for Education Futures > Early Years > Comparative Education and Quality Global Learning: engaging with controversial issues in South Africa and the UK.

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Title: Comparative Education and Quality Global Learning: engaging with controversial issues in South Africa and the UK.
Authors: Harber, Clive
Serf, Jeffrey M.
Sinclair, Scott
Publisher: Birmingham: Tide global learning
Issue Date: 2008
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/2436/47421
Additional Links: http://www.tidec.org/Publications/tide%20pubs/comparative%20ed.html
Abstract: This book is one of the outcomes of Seeking Ubuntu, a Tide~ project that involved a group of UK teacher educators in a study visit to South Africa. Comparative study supported them in reflecting on their own, as well as South African, educational practice. It offers some insights into that experience featuring the authors’ analyses of education in both South Africa and the UK about how they used the experience to evaluate their everyday practice as teacher educators.
Type: Book
Language: en
Keywords: Educational practice
Teacher education
South Africa
UK
ISBN: 0948838396
978-0948838392
Appears in Collections: Early Years

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