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Author Li, Zijian, 1960-

Title Theorizing Teaching and Learning in Asia and Europe : a Conversation between Chinese Curriculum and European Didactics
Published Georgetown : Taylor and Francis, 2017
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Description 1 online resource (344 pages)
Series Asia-Europe Education Dialogue
Asia-Europe education dialogue.
Contents Cover; Title; Copyright; Dedication; Contents; Series editor's note; List of figures and tables; Contributors; 1 Introduction: theorizing curriculum, teaching and learning in multiple spaces; Section 1 Perspectives on Chinese curriculum -- overview; 2 Curriculum reform and research in China: a social-historical perspective; 3 Reactivating templates for international curriculum consciousness: reconsidering intellectual legacies and policy practices between Chinese, Anglo-American and European curriculum studies; 4 Views of Chinese scholars on the postmodern curriculum
5 Theoretical trends for curriculum and teaching in Taiwan: on the reform of the national basic education curriculum6 The rationale of learner-centered teaching and its practice in Hong Kong: a perspective from a Confucian heritage culture; 7 Didactics meets curriculum studies in the context of teacher education in mainland China: a historical and comparative perspective; 8 German didactics and its implications for curriculum development in Taiwan; 9 What mathematics did teachers learn? Comparison of the school and the pre-service teacher mathematics curricula in Germany and Taiwan
Section 2 Perspectives on European Didactic traditions -- overview10 The German Didaktik tradition revisited; 11 Didaktik and curriculum studies: a European perspective; 12 Civic education in the view of the UNESCO decade of education for sustainable development and German didactics and curricula of higher education; 13 Pedagogical thinking and instructional design: the Didaktik perspective; 14 The power of eclecticism: didactics textbooks in the USA and Germany; 15 Living in parallel worlds: a transatlantic dialogue between general didactics and instructional design
Notes 16 Conclusion: lessons learned from theorising curriculum, teaching and learning in an Asia-Europe dialogueIndex
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references and index
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Subject Comparative education -- Cross-cultural studies.
Education -- Curricula -- China.
Education -- Curricula -- Europe.
Genre/Form Cross-cultural studies.
Form Electronic book
Author Kennedy, Kerry J.
ISBN 1317616545