SemesterFall Semester, 2017
DepartmentThe International Master Program of Applied Economics and Social Development (IMES) , First Year The International Master Program of Applied Economics and Social Development (IMES) , 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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Urls about Course
Attachment

GTIE_Course_Syllabus 2017 Fall Semester.pdf