This course explores key concepts in understanding how education contributes to international development. Key theoretical underpinnings of comparative education and international education for development are examined and social, cultural, political, economic and geographical factors in shaping education in developing countries analysed. You examine how educational systems are designed and implemented in their global and local context and study current trends in international education development across developing countries of your interest.
- Enrolled in Program AR504, AR700 or ED705
- Semester of offer Subject to change
- Sunshine Coast: Not Currently Offered
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- Band 1
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- 2.1: Mathematics, Education, Language, Literature, Clinical Psych
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