Κnowledge issues in the official religious studies curricula of elementary education in Cyprus (1996, 2010, 2016/2019): continuities, shifts and oscillations

“Κnowledge issues in the official religious studies curricula of elementary education in Cyprus (1996, 2010, 2016/2019): continuities, shifts and oscillations” Nikoletta Chrysostomou & Stavroula Philippou Pages 143 – 178 Abstract A key debate attracting the attention of sociological curriculum research around the world over the last decades has been whether there is a shift in […]

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School crisis management

“School crisis management” Paraskevi Hatzipanagiotou Pages 130 – 142 Abstract Principles of modern educational organizations ought to manage human and technical resources in an uncertain and challenging mega-environment. An obvious challenge is the management of school crisis either it is due to manmade or natural causes. In addition to the know-how of crisis management models, […]

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Competence frameworks for a changing world: The Greek “Life / Career Competences Framework” case

“Competence frameworks for a changing world: The Greek “Life / Career Competences Framework” case” Katerina Argyropoulou, Antonia Samara, Nikolaos Mouratoglou, Aspasia Karavia & Nelly Mpelki Pages 108 – 129 Abstract The paper is focused on soft competencies as a means for career development and flexibility and wellbeing in life. It explores international competence frameworks and […]

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“Global education agenda” and “knowledge politics”: current ‘landscapes’ and ‘discourses’

““Global education agenda” and “knowledge politics”: current ‘landscapes’ and ‘discourses’” Georgios Pasias & Dimitrios Foteinos Pages 75 – 107 Abstract In this paper we critically analyze the “new” educational imaginary in the frame of the “global educational agenda” and the current policies of knowledge regimes. We examine the paradigm shift at symbolic,educational and political level, […]

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Comparative Education in Transition: Evaluating the Historical Development of Comparative Education in East Asia

“Comparative Education in Transition: Evaluating the Historical Development of Comparative Education in East Asia” Theodore G. Zervas Page 29 – 44 Abstract Today, the field of comparative education includes an international array of scholars, several academic journals,and academic departments and institutes located at colleges and universities worldwide. While the field of comparative education has historically […]

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