Written in English
|Statement||by Kelvin Daryl Christensen.|
|Series||Canadian theses = Thèses canadiennes|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||vi, 152 leaves.|
|Number of Pages||152|
place the Canadian global education experience in a comparative perspective. In subsequent chapters, we explore how contemporary educators, in the school and at district and provincial levels, define and enact a global education curriculum within Canadian elementary schools. developing global competencies - fostering engagement with the Canadian education sector. Regional meetings take place in the following regions: Quebec, Ontario, Western online education program addressing. Education - –, – International Education. Canadian schools and look at the present configuration of actors engaged in global education activities. Current approaches and initiatives at the national level are explored. We highlight some of the contemporary debates that are shaping current approaches to global education. Finally, we place the Canadian experience in comparative perspective. The report, Global Education for Canadians: Equipping Young Canadians to Succeed at Home and Abroad, calls for a dramatic increase in the number of Canadian university and college students participating in international study and traineeship experiences abroad. These experiences are vital to prepare young Canadians – and Canada – to meet.
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Teaching degrees have come a long way, moving from classical theoretic textbook studies to applied, interactive, and career-oriented learning. Teachers can practice at elementary, middle, high school, and university levels, or become experts in special education, vocational education. Maclean’s University Rankings: Top 10 Education Programs 1 / 11 Photograph by Simon Hayter Don’t let the naysayers who pronounced teaching jobs unattainable get you down. This book examines the potential of market-based solutions in addressing the problems facing Canadian education. It identifies low student achievement levels, and a gulf in performance that separates public school success in low- and high- socioeconomic neighbourhoods. Canadian public expenditure on education, from primary to post-secondary, is about per cent of total public spending – right on the OECD average. 3. .