The Great Courses No.2052: How The World Learns: Comparative Educational Systems
24 lectures | 30 minutes each | Year Released: 2015
MPEG-3 | 128 Kbps, 44.1 KHz, 2 channels | English | 749 MB
The idea that everybody deserves a chance is at the heart of Horace Mann’s revolutionary belief that education is “the great equalizer.” U.S. schools—and national education systems around the world—today reflect the ideals that Mann was among the first to promote, including universal enrollment, compulsory attendance, and public funding.
01.The Global Challenge to Educate
02.Sputnik Launches the Science-Math Race
03.Education Is Life
04.Evidence-Based Policy Making in Education
05.What Should We Compare about Education?
06.The World Learns from Horace Mann
07.When Culture Invades the Classroom
08.Germany and Japan's Shattered Expectations
09.Borrowing Foreign School Cultures
10.The Value in Linking School to Jobs
11.Why Blame the Teacher?
12.Gender Pipeline Lifts Equality Dream
13.Gulf Schools: The Non-National Advantage
14.Who Is Accountable for Education?
15.How Parents Shape Student Outcomes
16.Reading, Writing, and Religion
17.International Test Scores: All and Nothing
18.Turning a Good Teacher into a Great One
19.The Foundations of Civil Society
20.From National Student to Global Citizen
21.The Problem with Teaching's Best Practices
22.A School inside Your Phone?
23.The Rich-and-Poor Learning Cycle
24.How to Fix Education: Heart, Head, Hands
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