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Harriet Marshall

In: The SAGE Handbook of Research in International Education

Chapter 3: The Global Education Terminology Debate: Exploring Some of the Issues

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The Global Education Terminology Debate: Exploring Some of the Issues
The global education terminology debate: Exploring some of the issues
HarrietMarshall

Teachers and global educationalists are currently drowning in a sea of seemingly similar terms. Global citizenship education, international education, education with a global or international dimension, development education, world studies, education for an international understanding – and the list goes on. Debates surrounding the distinctness and relationships between such terms within the broad field of global education (used here as an umbrella term) have been around for decades – let us call this ‘the big terminology debate’. In the UK this debate has been recently rejuvenated if not launched into an entirely different terrain with explicit government endorsement and advocacy of an international dimension in schools. ...

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