Open Universities and Distance Universities in Europe. Two different educational perspectives in search for identity

“Open Universities and Distance Universities in Europe. Two different educational perspectives in search for identity” Antonis Lionarakis Page 91-115 Abstract The issue of cross-curricularity or cross curricular themes (CTC’s) is continuously being given extra attention in the contemporary educational discourse. In Greece cross-curricularity is a dominant parameter in the new Cross Thematic Curriculum (CTC) which […]

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Interdisciplinary curriculum and school effectiveness in Greece and in Europe

“Interdisciplinary curriculum and school effectiveness in Greece and in Europe” Eleni Karadjia- Stavlioti Page 50-90 Abstract The issue of cross-curricularity or cross curricular themes (CTC’s) is continuously being given extra attention in the contemporary educational discourse. In Greece cross-curricularity is a dominant parameter in the new Cross Thematic Curriculum (CTC) which has been published by […]

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The “OMC” as “learning” policy, as “gaze” practice and as “surveillance” technology. A timely discourse for the regained popularity of the comparative character of education in the “Europe of Knowledge”.

“The “OMC” as “learning” policy, as “gaze” practice and as “surveillance” technology. A timely discourse for the regained popularity of the comparative character of education in the “Europe of Knowledge”.” George Pasias Page 13-49 Abstract The purpose of this paper is to investigate the limits and the potential of the “Open Method of Coordination” (OMC), […]

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