Bibliography: Globalization (page 213 of 215)

This annotated bibliography is compiled and customized by the Center for Positive Practices for the DeepState.xyz website.  Some of the authors featured on this page include Allan Luke, James Hermes, Tessie Sue Martin, Sandra McDonald, Stephen P. Heyneman, Leslie Flinn, Gary McCulloch, Fumi Kitagawa, Kenneth Lindblom, and David Crook.

Hermes, James (2003). What Is SEVIS?, Community College Journal. Describes the Student and Visitor Exchange Information System (SEVIS). SEVIS legislation requires institutions to report electronically foreign students' identities and addresses, as well as visa and other information. Reports on updates to the legislation that are being enacted as a result of the September 11, 2001 terrorist attacks. Includes government web site address for more information.   [More]  Descriptors: Community Colleges, Foreign Students, Global Approach, Globalization

Zarkesh, Maryam (2004). The Outlook of Workforce Development in Community Colleges. UCLA Community College Bibliography, Community College Journal of Research and Practice. The 2004 State of the Union address included an announcement that $250 million was being allocated to community colleges for workforce development programs. This indication of support was good news in light of the recent trends for level funding or cutting back on educational programs, and demonstrates the perceived benefits of workforce development programs on a local and national level. Workforce development can be valuable in helping community collegesmeet the needs of a competitive global economy and advancing a state's economic growth by providing services to businesses and organizations. The documents described in this annotated bibliography these benefits and also raise some concerns about how to balance the competing missions of job training and transfer preparation.   [More]  Descriptors: Globalization, Job Training, Economic Progress, Community Colleges

McDonald, Sandra (2003). Emerging Leaders: AED's Open World Program, Community College Journal. Describes the Open World Program, funded and administered by the Library of Congress, with support from private organizations such as the Academy for Educational Development (AED). Open World Program allows community colleges to participate by hosting delegations from other countries. Some themes include: environment, women as leaders, economic development, and education reform.   [More]  Descriptors: Community Colleges, Global Approach, Globalization, International Education

Sumner, Jennifer (2003). Environmental Adult Education and Community Sustainability, New Directions for Adult and Continuing Education. Proposes a framework for community sustainability that involves promotion of life-affirming interconnectedness, environmental learning that helps build the civic commons, and critical reflection and dialogue. (Contains 20 references.) Descriptors: Adult Education, Community Relations, Environmental Education, Globalization

Kitagawa, Fumi (2003). New Mechanisms of Incentives and Accountability for Higher Education Institutions: Linking the Regional, National and Global Dimensions, Higher Education Management and Policy. Examines the new mechanisms of accountability and incentives for higher education institutions (HEIs) that are emerging at regional level in relation to the development of knowledge-based economies and new structures of governance. Analyzes new higher education policies of a particular region in the United Kingdom and the influence of multiple levels of public policy instruments in the United Kingdom and the European community. Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Globalization, Governance, Higher Education

Heyneman, Stephen P. (2003). Education, Social Cohesion, and the Future Role of International Organizations, Peabody Journal of Education. Summarizes social cohesion issues within education, concerns over how education performs this function, and implications for international organizations. The paper reviews the purposes of public education, discusses some modern challenges to these traditional functions and why it may be important for international organizations to assume a new educational role, concluding that the world will require more educational intervention in the future than it did in the past. Descriptors: Elementary Secondary Education, Globalization, International Organizations, Public Education

Crook, David; McCulloch, Gary (2002). Introduction: Comparative Approaches to the History of Education, History of Education. Discusses three key benefits of using a comparative approach to the history of education: (1) establish detailed insight into comparisons and contrasts; (2) enhance understanding of influences and interaction; and (3) generate or inform overarching theory and general patterns. Descriptors: Comparative Education, Educational History, Educational Research, Globalization

Martin, Tessie Sue; Flinn, Leslie (2003). The Global Workforce: Opportunities and the Value Chain, Community College Journal. Discusses the issues surrounding the value changes that impact opportunities for workforce development. Emerging technologies have changed the way labor is deployed. Offers exercises aimed at helping community colleges to understand the strengths and weaknesses of the industries they serve. Contains three figures and five references.   [More]  Descriptors: Community Colleges, Economic Impact, Global Approach, Globalization

Ruiz, Art (2003). Global Diversity and Leadership, Community College Journal. Argues that global diversity has become a business imperative in today's business climate. Global diversity is of core importance even for companies that are considered domestic. Suggests community colleges need help in understanding their customer base and their shifting values in order to meet their needs and win customer loyalty.   [More]  Descriptors: Business, Community Colleges, Economic Impact, Global Approach

Ahola, Sakari; Mesikammen, Jani (2003). Finnish Higher Education Policy and the Ongoing Bologna Process, Higher Education in Europe. Describes the Bologna Process (a European-wide project to create a European Higher Education Area and harmonize degree structures), examining how educational policy has reached a stage for considering a European Higher Education Area that examines concepts of harmonization and the Bologna Process. Discusses future scenarios, highlighting why Finland has been so eager to embark on reforms and what Finnish higher education policy aims to achieve through the Bologna Process. Descriptors: Educational Cooperation, Educational Policy, Foreign Countries, Globalization

Luke, Allan (2003). Literacy Education for a New Ethics of Global Community, Language Arts. Argues that educators' work involves helping kids decide which texts are worth reading and writing, how, where, and to what ends and purposes. Notes that this is an ethical and social responsibility. Suggests that students need a literacy education that provides critical engagements with globalized flows of information, image, text, and discourse. Descriptors: Elementary Secondary Education, Ethics, Globalization, Literacy Education

Banks, James A. (2003). Teaching Literacy for Social Justice and Global Citizenship, Language Arts. Notes the author's concern about a conception of literacy that defines it only as basic skills. Argues that basic skills are necessary but not sufficient in this diverse and troubled world. Suggests that a literacy education that focuses on social justice can make a major contribution to preparing students to be thoughtful and active citizens of their nation and the world. Descriptors: Elementary Secondary Education, Globalization, Literacy, Multicultural Literature

Woodhouse, David (2004). The Quality of Quality Assurance Agencies, Quality in Higher Education. This paper traces some aspects of the growth over the last 20 years in the number of quality assurance agencies in higher education, that is, organisations with some responsibility for the quality of teaching, research and other activities in higher education institutions. Initially, staff of these agencies were largely amateurs in the field, and little theory or experience existed for the agencies to draw on. In 1991, agencies world-wide associated together in an International Network for mutual advice and support. Since then, the practice of quality assurance has developed the characteristics of a profession, and agencies have turned their attention to the quality of their own operations. The International Network of agencies has addressed the question 'what makes a good quality assurance agency?' This action is timely, because the increase in globalisation has increased the need for agencies to interact across national boundaries, and to do this effectively they must have confidence in each others' judgements.   [More]  Descriptors: Higher Education, Quality Control, Agency Role, Public Agencies

Lindblom, Kenneth (2003). Literature and Public Discourse in Times of Global Unrest, English Journal. Notes English teachers already do communal, even global, work whether or not they are conscious of doing so. Examines both positive and negative consequences of that work and suggests ways of understanding it most effectively. Presents ideas on the theme of this issue, "Talking Literature." Shares a brief essay by Wail S. Hassan in which he argues for increased attention to Arab American and Muslim literature. Descriptors: Cultural Awareness, English Instruction, Globalization, Politics

Allsup, Randall Everett (2004). Imagining Possibilities in a Global World: Music, Learning and Rapid Change, Music Education Research. This essay examines the shift toward a globally interdependent world, starting with the ontological premise that thinking, identity and action are subsumed by culture. The author explores the view that globalism, with its break from modernist constraints, may enable liberation. The post-Soviet borderless economy implies a shift of rule and a new sovereignty. The current US educational system does not reflect the rapid pace of global change. The author discusses the role of music educators as artists facilitating cultural and social transitions in the post-September 11, 2001, climate.   [More]  Descriptors: Music, Music Teachers, Music Education, Educational Change

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