Internationalizing a School of Education

Internationalizing a School of Education

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Internationalizing a School of Education examines how Michigan State University has pursued internationalization and globalization through an integration-infusion approach to research, teaching, and outreach. The integration-infusion approach was introduced in MSUa€™s College of Education in the early 1980s as a replacement for the more disconnected comparative education program. This approach offers a vision where all faculty members and students are knowledgeable about education in all its international diversity, where their conceptions and aspirations are influenced by international research and experience, and where they reach out to other countries in collaborative efforts to do research, inform policy, and improve practice. Featuring profiles of faculty members and students who were leaders of this integration-infusion approach, this text provides a survey of the landscape of comparative education in the United States while examining channels of internationalization specific to MSU, highlighting the success of integration-infusion at an institutional level.Stanford. She is an economist of education whose research focuses on providing children and adults in resourceconstrained environments (especially in India, her home country, and other developing regions) with equal access to highquality learning opportunities irrespective of their background. John Metzler (1987a€“ present), PhD University of Wisconsin, was another serendipitous recruit, hired with a doctoral degree in education to be outreach coordinator for the universitywideanbsp;...


Title:Internationalizing a School of Education
Author: John Schwille
Publisher:MSU Press - 2016-12-01
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