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Personalisation of education in contexts. Policy critique and theories of personal improvement.

Publisher: Dordrecht : Sense Publishers 2013.
Series: Comparative and International Education: A Diversity of Voices, 18.
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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This volume addresses personalisation, a key education policy in England and a key issue identified by the OECD for the schools of the future. The central questions addressed are: Which are the main theoretical perspectives on personalisation? Which are the policy strategies in different contexts? Which ingredients and theories of personalisation as legitimated knowledge from abroad are locally adopted and adapted  Read more...
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Document Type: Book
ISBN: 9789462090279 9462090270
OCLC Number: 844731692
Description: 236 p.
Series Title: Comparative and International Education: A Diversity of Voices, 18.
Responsibility: Monica Mincu.

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This volume addresses personalisation, a key education policy in England and a key issue identified by the OECD for the schools of the future. The central questions addressed are: Which are the main theoretical perspectives on personalisation? Which are the policy strategies in different contexts? Which ingredients and theories of personalisation as legitimated knowledge from abroad are locally adopted and adapted in different countries? What are the meanings and purposes of personalisation? Why does it come paradoxically to be implemented by teachers through grouping by ability? Which alliances between the public and the private sectors are proposed? Leading scholars in the comparative education field as well as scholars committed to understanding the design and substance of education processes and politics, such as Michael Fullan, Chris Watkins, Michael Peters, Michael Fielding, Giorgio Chiosso, Ruth Deakin Crick, and Ferran Ferrer.

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