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E -101 Thurs Section. Thurs., 27 th September, 2012 11- 12.30 p.m. Roadmap for today. House keeping In the news… Cross comparative studies Questions/AOB. Housekeeping - . If you’re in Cambridge on Friday’s, you can attend the live class. Let Vanessa/me know in advance

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e 101 thurs section
E-101 Thurs Section

Thurs., 27thSeptember, 2012

11- 12.30 p.m

roadmap for today
Roadmap for today
  • House keeping
  • In the news…
  • Cross comparative studies
  • Questions/AOB
housekeeping
Housekeeping -
  • If you’re in Cambridge on Friday’s, you can attend the live class. Let Vanessa/me know in advance
  • Guest in class this Friday
  • Resources being sent out – also use the resources wiki
  • Wiki – don’t delete if an entry’s already made!!
in the news
In the news…
  • UNSG’s Education First Initiative

http://globaleducationfirst.org/index.html

So what does the SG have to say?

stewart s a world class education
Stewart’s “A World-Class Education”
  • What are the key lessons that can be learned from Stewart’s analysis of school systems in different countries?
  • Is there a pattern amongst the “successful” school systems? What factors and policy decisions make them successful?
  • How did surveys (PISA) aid Stewart in drawing conclusions about the state of school systems in different countries?
jensen s catching up
Jensen’s “Catching Up”
  • What are the key success factors that Jensen’s report on successful schools in East Asia has discovered?
  • Do these successful schools’ policies have similarities to each other despite being in different countries?
  • Based on Jensen’s evidence, how would you advise other schools who wish to improve their schools?
comparison
Comparison
  • What parallels can be drawn between Stewart and Jensen’s research and conclusions?
  • Is there an overriding theme or lesson that can be taken away from these readings? Do they share a similar message?
  • How does survey analysis and policy comparison best enable them to determine “what works?”
international civic citizenship study iccs 2009
International Civic & Citizenship Study (ICCS) 2009
  • “The purpose of the International Civic and Citizenship Education Study (ICCS) is to investigate, in a range of countries, the ways in which young people are prepared and consequently ready and able to undertake their roles as citizens.” (ICCS 2009 Technical Report)
iccs details
ICCS details
  • ICCS 2009 assessed students enrolled in the eighth grade (provided that the mean age at the time of testing was at least 13.5 years)
  • Participating Countries - Austria, Belgium (Flemish), Bulgaria, Chile, Chinese Taipei, Colombia, Cyprus, Czech Republic, Denmark, Dominican Republic, England, Estonia, Finland, Greece, Guatemala, Hong Kong SAR, Indonesia, Ireland, Italy, Korea, Latvia, Liechtenstein, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malta, Mexico, Netherlands, New Zealand, Norway, Paraguay, Poland, Russian Federation, Slovak Republic, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, and Thailand.
iccs details1
ICCS details
  • ICCS 2009 assessed students enrolled in the eighth grade (provided that the mean age at the time of testing was at least 13.5 years)
  • Participating Countries - Austria, Belgium (Flemish), Bulgaria, Chile, Chinese Taipei, Colombia, Cyprus, Czech Republic, Denmark, Dominican Republic, England, Estonia, Finland, Greece, Guatemala, Hong Kong SAR, Indonesia, Ireland, Italy, Korea, Latvia, Liechtenstein, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malta, Mexico, Netherlands, New Zealand, Norway, Paraguay, Poland, Russian Federation, Slovak Republic, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, and Thailand.
iccs qs
ICCS Qs
  • What are the domains measured?

Pg. 16-22 - http://www.iea.nl/fileadmin/user_upload/Publications/Electronic_versions/ICCS_2009_Framework.pdf [ICCS 2009 ASSESSMENT FRAMEWORK]

  • Why do you think certain countries self-selected into participating?
iccs asia
ICCS Asia
  • Participating countries –
iccs asia1
ICCS Asia
  • Data Collection -
iccs asia2
ICCS Asia
  • How different are these countries?
iccs asia3
ICCS Asia
  • How is civic ed. Taught in these countries?
iccs asia4
ICCS Asia
  • So what did the study find?
iccs asia5
ICCS Asia
  • Findings –
  • Think about what this says re. Asia as a region?
  • The countries that participated in this?
  • What does it NOT tell us?