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現在位置: ホーム ja シラバス(2020年度) 教育学研究科 【修士】グローバル教育科目(ベーシック) 国際教育研究フロンティアIII

国際教育研究フロンティアIII

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科目ナンバリング
  • G-EDU13 56124 SE47
開講年度・開講期 2020・前期
授業形態 課題演習
配当学年
対象学生 大学院生
使用言語 英語
曜時限 火4
教員
  • 高山 敬太(教育学研究科 教授)
授業の概要・目的 This course critically examines the roles of international organizations in education policy making around the world. The course focuses on reading closely some of the key texts in the area of education policy and comparative and international education about prominent international organizations, including OECD, World Bank and UNESCO. Also explored in the course are the expanding networks of transnational education actors, including NGOs and for-profit and philanthropic organizations, that are exercising increasing influence over the course of global education policy making. The course also inroduces a variety of theoretical approaches that assist us to understand the globalisation of education policy and its consequences.
到達目標 Upon completion of this course, the students will develop:

1. Comprehensive understanding of key international education policy actors and the broader historical context out of which these actors have gained their prominence;

2. Advanced understanding of different theoretical approaches to the globalization of education policy;

3. Cooperative and reflective attitude toward learning.
授業計画と内容 Week 1: Introduction to Globalisation of Education Policy

OECD
Week 2: Background
Week 3: Governing by Numbers
Week 4: Politics of PISA Reception
Week 5: Paradox of PISA
Week 6: PISA and Power

WORLD BANK
Week 7: Background
Week 8: Global Circulation of “Best Practice”
Week 9: Coloniailsm and World Bank?


UNESCO
Week 10: Background
Week 11: Education for All
Week 12: Education for Sustainable Development

Week 13: Wrap Up

Week 14: Feedback Session
成績評価の方法・観点 1. 10 Weekly Response Papers (300 words): 5 points each (50 points)

2. Group Presentation (25-30 minutes): 20 points

3. Final Paper (2000 words): 30 points
履修要件 特になし
授業外学習(予習・復習)等 My style of teaching is dialogic, and student participation in the class discussion is absolutely central to the success of the course. Hence, the students are expected to be fully prepared to deliberate upon the assigned texts.It is expected that the students complete the assigned weekly readings and the response paper before coming to the class. Japanese language might be used from time to time, depending on the linguistic needs of the students.