SemesterFall Semester, 2017
DepartmentPhD Program of Education, First Year PhD Program of Education, Second Year
Course NameGlobal Trend in Education
InstructorCHOU CHUING
Credit3.0
Course TypeElective
Prerequisite
Course Objective
Course Description
Course Schedule
Teaching Methods
Teaching Assistant

Jonathan Spangler



jsymmetry@gmail.com • 0927 727 325 • jspangler.org



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Requirement/Grading

Grading | 課程要求?評分標準



Attendance (15%) – Students are expected to attend and arrive on time for all sessions.



Participation (15%) – Students must complete the weekly readings, be prepared to answer the relevant discussion questions, and actively participate in the seminar.



Facilitation (15%) – Students are expected to facilitate several classes during the semester and should be prepared to lead discussions during those classes. Students must also share a cultural or educational exchange case study during one of the class sessions.



Book Review (20%) – Students must write a book review of a recently published book, find a target journal for publication, and submit their book review for consideration in that journal.



Final Presentation and Project (35%) – Students must complete one of the following options for their final projects: (1) writing an academic article, conference paper, or book chapter, (2) writing a grant or research project proposal, or (3) writing a dissertation proposal. Final projects must be directly related to the content of the course.


Textbook & Reference

Further Reading



Postiglione, Gerard A., & Chapman, David W., “East Asia’s Experience of Border Crossing: Assessing Future Prospects,” in Chapman, Cummings, and Postiglione, 2011, pp. 377-382.



Kamyab, Shahrzad. (2007). “An Overview of the Educational System of Islamic Republic of Iran.” [Presentation]



Kaya, Serdar. (2014). “Book Review: Constructing Muslims in France: discourse, public identity, and the politics of citizenship, by Jennifer Fredette.” Ethnic and Racial Studies, 38(13), pp. 2444-2446. doi:10.1080/01419870.2014.987793



Selfscholar. (2012). “Islam, Tolerance, and Globalization: What Study Abroad Research Can Tell Us About the Future of the Middle East.” [Blog post, selected quotations, and bibliography]



Majhanovich, S., Fox, C., & Kreso, A. P. (eds.) (2009). Living Together: Education and Intercultural Dialogue. Singapore: Springer.



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