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|Genre/Form:||Conference papers and proceedings
|Material Type:||Conference publication, Government publication, International government publication, Internet resource|
|Document Type:||Book, Internet Resource|
|All Authors / Contributors:||
Jonathan Penson; Akemi Yonemura
|Description:||xiii, 167 pages : illustrations ; 30 cm|
|Contents:||Dedication Foreword Acknowledgements Abbreviations and acronyms 1. Introduction, Jonathan Penson and Akemi Yonemura PART I. MANAGING TEACHER RECRUITMENT AND MIGRATION 2. Migration and development: Key issues for consideration for the Commonwealth, Constance Vigilance 2.1 Introduction 2.2 Recent trends 2.3 Key topics and concepts 2.4 Engagement of international institutions on migration and development 2.5 The way forward 3. Towards a global response to teacher preparation, recruitment and migration, Michael Omolewa 3.1 Introduction 3.2 Topical questions 3.3 The UNESCO initiative 3.4 The Commonwealth initiative 3.5 Negotiated consensus 3.6 Conclusion 4. Revisiting the implementation of the Commonwealth Teacher Recruitment Protocol: Furthering implementation and addressing critical steps in the recruitment process, Kimberly Ochs 4.1 Introduction 4.2 Revisiting the issue of teacher migration 4.3 The system of teacher mobility 4.4 Protocol dissemination 4.5 Revisiting protocol dissemination and implementation 4.6 The central importance of context 4.7 Discussion and conclusions 4.8 Recommendations 5. A continental teacher recruitment protocol in Africa: Key considerations from the Commonwealth Teacher Recruitment Protocol, James Keevy 5.1 Introduction 5.2 Learning from the experiences of the Commonwealth Teacher Recruitment Protocol 5.3 The meaning of an African approach: policy learning and an African philosophy 5.4 Thoughts on the proposed African Continental Teacher Recruitment Protocol 5.5 Concluding comments PART II. APPLICATION OF CTRP PRINCIPLES: EXPERIENCES FROM THE FIELD AND GOOD PRACTICES 6. Managing teacher recruitment and migration: A case study of the Barbados experience, Roderick Ricardo Rudder 6.1 Introduction and background 6.2 Methodology 6.3 Discussion of findings 6.4 Conclusions 7. Teacher migration and the role of historically black colleges and universities and Hispanic serving institutions in the United States, Helen Bond 7.1 Commonwealth Teacher Recruitment Protocol 7.2 Root causes of teacher shortages 7.3 Prince George's County public schools 7.4 Minority teacher investment 7.5 HBCUs and HSIs and teacher migration 7.6 Ready to Teach programme 7.7 Conclusion and recommendations 8. The need for teachers: An Ethiopian case study, Theodros Shewarget, Theresa Wolde-Yohannes and Akemi Yonemura 8.1 Introduction 8.2 The purpose of this paper 8.3 Background and educational context 8.4 Research questions 8.5 Methodology 8.6 Findings 8.7 Analysis 8.8 Conclusion 9. Zimbabwean education professionals in South Africa: Motives for migration, Sadhana Manik 9.1 Introduction 9.2 Literature review 9.3 Methodology of study 9.4 Findings of study 9.5 Discussion and conclusion PART III. TEACHER MIGRATION: REMAINING ISSUES TO CONSIDER 10. Where have all the teachers gone? Why there are never any teachers in Africa's refugee camps and what we can do about it, Barry Sesnan 10.1 Introduction 10.2 Creation of a teaching force in an emergency or the short term 11. Teacher migration and education in conflict and post-conflict countries: Experience from Somalia, Christophe Mononye 11.1 Introduction 11.2 Teacher migration (context-specific) and its implications 11.3 Challenges 11.4 Summing and conclusion 12. Teacher attrition in Wolaita: The cases of domestic migration of Bolosso Sore and Damot Gale woredas, Michael Daniel Ambatchew 12.1 General background 12.2 Statement of the problem 12.3 Literature review and theoretical framework 12.4 Aims 12.5 Methodology 12.6 Findings and discussion 12.7 Limitations 12.8 Conclusion and recommendations 13. Challenges facing higher education in the Southern African Development Community, Louis J van der Westhuizen 13.1 Introduction 13.2 SADC contents 13.3 Levels of higher education quality assurance development in SADC 13.4 Quality assurance initiatives 13.5 Staff capacity as a factor influencing the potential of higher education 13.6 Challenges facing the SADC higher education institutions 13.7 The way forward PART IV. NEXT STEPS IN MANAGING TEACHER MIGRATION 14. Beyond the Commonwealth Teacher Recruitment Protocol: Next steps in managing teacher migration in education in emergencies, Jonathan Penson, Akemi Yonemura, Barry Sesnan, Kimberly Ochs and Casmir Chanda 14.1 Introduction 14.2 Background 14.3 Definition of terms 14.4 Situational analysis 14.5 Literature review and analysis 14.6 Case study: refugees from South Sudan 14.7 The principles of the Commonwealth Teacher Recruitment Protocol and emergencies 14.8 Recommendations 14.9 Conclusion Monitoring form|
|Responsibility:||[edited by Jonathan Penson and Akemi Yonemura].|
- Teacher mobility -- Commonwealth countries -- Congresses.
- Teacher mobility -- Africa -- Congresses.
- Teacher mobility -- Congresses.
- Teachers -- Recruiting -- Commonwealth countries -- Congresses.
- Teachers -- Recruiting -- Congresses.
- Teacher mobility.
- Teachers -- Recruiting.
- Commonwealth countries.