Introduction to Education in International Contexts
0.5 Credit

Hours per week:
  • Lecture/Discussion: 3

This course provides students with an overview of education systems in diverse parts of the world. Students will learn about public schools in different parts of the world as well as other school systems such as low-fee private schools and international schools. Students will consider the impact of globalization and internationalization on teaching and learning experiences at the local level. Critical questions about equity and diversity, particularly in relationship to gender, (dis)ability, and socio-economic status will be considered.

Additional Course Information
Registration Status: BAIES students (or permission of the co-ordinator or instructor).
First priority will go to those students registered in the Bachelor of Arts in International Education Studies. If space allows, others can enrol in the course.