55th Annual Conference of the Comparative and International Education Society 2011-Apr-30 to 2011-May-06

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Samoa e-curriculum: Changing classroom practice in Samoa
 Strigel, Carmen., Wong, Gauna. and Kappus, Werner.

School leadership challenges in post Apartheid South Africa
 Anderson, Emily.

School and community: A comparative analysis of community-based educational experiences improving children’s lives in five countries in Latin America
 Guerrero, Alba. and Herrera, Jose.

School choice and institutional legitimacy: Understanding the demand for public and private schools in Chile’s voucher system
 Salinas, Daniel.

School choice in China, Japan, and Korea
 Min, Yunkyung.

School curriculum in India: An important means of value transmission
 Sindhi, Swaleha.

School desegregation measures in the Netherlands and in the Baltic States: A cross-European comparison of education policy discourses
 Golubeva, Maria.

School divide in primary education in Kenya: Focusing on motivation for schooling
 Shimada, Kentaro.

School evaluation policies: The case of Portugal
 Afonso, Natercio. and Costa, Estela.

School fees in South Africa: Implications for educational equity
 Raab, Erin.

School food policies in Latin American countries: Responsibility of social agents
 Bittencourt, Jaqueline Marcela. and Farenzena, Nalú.

School guidance in Japanese Schools: Balancing the old and new in the midst of social change
 Fukuzawa, Rebecca.

School mathematics reform and teaching in Peru: An analysis from mathematics teachers’ practices, beliefs and knowledge
 Moreano, Giovanna.

School or Madrassa: Parents' choice and the failure of state-run education in Pakistan
 Khan, Jehanzaib.

School principals and accountability policies: A Quebec-Ontario comparison
 Desjardins, Pierre-David. and Lessard, Claude.

School rationalization and student development in five western provinces in China
 Hou, Longlong.

School readiness as a strategy to achieve gender equity in education
 Limlingan, Maria Cristina.

School-based curriculum movement in China, 2001-2010
 Zhou, Yong. and He, Shanyun.

Schools and Belgian separatism
 Swing, Elizabeth.

School’s response to the reform in teacher evaluation: A case study on a Chinese primary school
 He, Shanyun.

Secondary effects: The private market for government education in Cambodia
 Harris-Van Keuren, Christine.

Seeing the reconstruction of primary education in Southern Sudan through EMIS 2006-2009
 Kim, HyeJin.

Segregation in the classroom: Exploring the Afrocentric curriculum
 Ghods, Honey.

Self-determination and causal agency in mothers of children with learning disabilities: Case studies from India and the U.S.
 Eichhorn, Mindy.

Self-determination, post-secondary education, and region-building: The Inuit and the Circumpolar North
 Gaviria, Patricia.

Self-evaluation or self-reporting? A self-study in Russia’s higher education accreditation
 Maximova, Anastasia.

Self-image and women’s participation in mathematics and science fields
 Ahmad, Seher.

Self-sustaining women’s centers in Nepal
 Sparks, Paul., Lee, Jeffrey. and Lynk, Brittany.

Selfish and virtuous schools: The cultivation of Sen's capabilities in Croatian formal education
 Cosic, Ivana.

Separate but equal? Children of migrant workers in Shanghai’s public education system
 Werwath, Tim.

Shifting perceptions towards young women in Bangladesh
 Chugani, Nalini.

Short-term and long-term perspectives for financing education in SSA
 Wolff, Laurence. and Nomura, Shinsaku.

Short-term study abroad: Local interaction and reflection
 Dervinis, Haley. and Koontz, Erin.

Situating quality education in humanitarian contexts: INEE minimum standards and guidance notes on teaching and learning
 Sweet, Elizabeth.

Slavery in two nations: Examining the presentation of slavery in secondary U.S. and Brazilian history textbooks
 Khan, Nafees.

Small group dynamics in cross-cultural collaborative field research: Voices from the field
 Gahungu, Athanase., Freeman, Karen. and Jackson, Angelique.

So what? Translating policy research into action
 Bante, Katherine.

Social capital as a determinant of school participation in rural India: A mixed methods study
 Iyengar, Radhika.

Social conditions and gender equality in education: A cross-site analysis
 Pellowski Wiger, Nancy.

Social foundations and comparative education: An emergent pedagogy for the field
 Kubow, Patricia. and Collet, Bruce.

Social movement "scenes" and the transformation of German right-wing extremism
 Miller-Idriss, Cynthia.

Social policies to promote equality in Argentina education
 Olmos, Liliana.

Socio-cultural perspectives of literacy practices and language politics in Pakistan: An historic overview.
 Atta, Batool.

Sociocultural predictors of college entrance examination taking and success in rural northwest China
 Sargent, Tanja., Kong, Peggy. and Zhang, Yuping.

Songs of identity
 Demjanenko, Tanya.

Sorting machine or progressive education? A review of vocational education development in China in comparison with German and U.S. models
 Wang, Aihua.

Sowing seeds of social change? Assessing education for Jewish-Arab partnership in Israel
 Ross, Karen.

Special schools, the only educational choice: Injustices and inequalities towards children with disabilities in India
 Antony, Pavan.

Sport for peace programs in schools in ethnically divided war-torn societies
 Mikic, Katherine.

Sport, indigeneity, and the discursive construction of development in Samoa and American Samoa
 Kwauk, Christina.

Sports as a metaphor for comparative inquiry
 Epstein, Irving.

StatPlanet: Interactive mapping and visualization software
 van Cappelle, Frank.

Storytelling as pedagogy: Towards engaging today’s students
 Anderson, Kenneth.

Strategic dilemmas in the emergent institutional ensembles of the world economic forum’s global education initiative: A discursive analysis
 Mawhinney, Hanne.

Strategies for supporting the development of countries’ assessment systems
 Kanjee, Anil.

Strategizing sustainability: An analysis of sustainability discourse in international child labor projects
 Miller, Vachel.

Strengthening gender research to improve girls and women's education in Africa
 Gueye-Abeidi, Barrel.

Strengthening teacher education through intel ICT initiatives in India: Baroda experiences
 Khirwadkar, Dr. Anjali.

Strengthening university staff’s professional competence in Taiwan
 Huang, Xiao-Ting.

Structured youth dialogue to empower peacebuilding and leadership
 Ungerleider, John.

Structuring Chinese moral education at the intersection of paternalism and rationality
 Fairbrother, Greg.

Structuring teacher training reform in Morocco
 Dali, Mohamed.

Student effort: The influence of student-teacher relations
 Kormanik, Katie.

Student mathematics gains by upper secondary school tiers: A value-added study in Mexico City
 Rubio, Daniela.

Student mobility between Taiwan Strait: Mutual complement or brain drain?
 Chan, Sheng-Ju.

Student movements' perspectives on the crises in higher education in Zimbabwe
 Hwami, Munyaradzi.

Student perspectives on NGO-University partnership for education in emergencies
 Imonje, Rosemary.

Student teaching in china and South Korea: Challenges, experiences, and cultural lessons
 Slapac, Alina., Catapano, Susan., Kim, Gooyeon. and Pauls, Jeffrey.

Student-teacher relationships and involvement in Ijime: A survey of school bullying in Japanese middle schools
 Akiba, Motoko.

Students’ voices and faculty’s dilemmas: The conflicts of tradition and innovative, participatory learning in Chinese universities
 Yang, Lan., Zhang, Ai. and Ross, Heidi.

Study abroad as "adventure": Construction of a space of learning and home/abroad binary
 Doerr, Neriko.

Study abroad from the students' perspective: A case study from a Chinese university
 Wang, Xuhong. and Zhou, Tinghua.

Studying abroad: Image of the destination countries
 Ho, Hsuan-fu., Lin, Liang-ching., Yen, Miao-Fang., Hou, Chinghsin. and Huang, Hsiao-Ting.

Subservient female stereotypes, improved educational opportunities, and persistent workplace discrimination in MENA countries
 Coy, Caroline.

Succeeding in higher education: A critical historical review of Taiwan Aborigines
 Lee, Che-Wei. and Jacob, James.

Success in elementary school: A role of neighborhood and parental practices
 Bodovski, Katerina. and Greenman, Emily.

Successes and challenges of Reading to Learn (RtL): Introducing an innovative approach to teach reading for early grades in East Africa
 Ulqini, Linda. and Ali, Atrash.

Successful research productivity in private universities: A case study in Northern México
 Gregorutti, Gustavo.

Successful schools and leadership in Ontario, Canada
 Winton, Sue. and Pollock, Katina.

Support of teaching and learning in low-resourced environments: The Liberia EGRA Plus Reading Intervention Project
 Davidson, Marcia.

Support services and financial incentives: Differential impacts on postsecondary success
 Wiederspan, Mark. and House, Emily.

Supported or "stranded"? The role of school staff mentorship in mandated community involvement activities
 Schwarz, Kaylan.

Supporting war-affected children and their teachers
 Stewart, Jan. and McBrien, Jody.

 Tvaruzkova, Mirka.

Sustainable campus program, green school partnership, and the environmental education act: The collective efforts on environmental education in Taiwan
 Chang, Tzuchau.

Symbolism to substance: Implementing learner-centered teaching methods in Rwandan classrooms
 Baxter, Aryn., Pike-Baky, Meredith. and Kwabiliwa, Cephas.

SynPhony: A multi-lingual computer-assisted tool for gradual and controlled introduction to literacy
 Rennert, Norbert.

Systematic review of research evidence on distance education in Russian Federation
 Borukha, Svetlana., Nemzev, Alexandr., Borokhovski, Eugene. and Vladimir, Belenko.

Systems thinking and the UN Convention for the Rights of Persons with Disabilies: A case study in China
 Johnson, Kathryn.
55th Annual Conference of the Comparative and International Education Society 2011-Apr-30 to 2011-May-06
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