She has contributed as a researcher, consultant and author of publications and reports on the status of women, gender inequality and multiculturalism. Her K—12 teaching experience includes an emphasis on literacy development. Her research focuses on literacy opportunities with culturally and linguistically diverse students, reading strategies and teacher preparation for diversity in the classroom. Herrera received a doctorate in educational psychology from Texas Tech University, a master's in multicultural guidance and university counseling and a bachelor's in elementary education, both from Eastern New Mexico University.
Cornell H. He often presents on topics pertaining to the comprehensive internationalization of higher education, particularly minority access to global education and the internationalization of higher education in developing countries. Before coming to NMSU, Menking was the assistant vice president for international affairs at Kentucky State University, chief international officer at Western Kentucky University and a professor of education and administrator director of international programs and director of graduate programs in education at Universidad San Francisco de Quito in Ecuador to He was a Peace Corps volunteer in Sierra Leone, West Africa to , and lived in the Sakha Republic Siberia , Russia to , and has traveled throughout Central Asia, India and Latin America working in the areas of rural community development and sustainable leadership.
He received a bachelor's degree from Southern Methodist University , as well as a master's and Ph.
He has been in the international education field for over 17 years and the director for the past six years. He has also been responsible for expanding the university's strategic vision of internationalization by pioneering a summer global leadership program for high school students, as well as hosting the Go Teacher scholars in collaboration with Kansas State University. He came to the United States as an international student in and received his bachelor's and master's degrees from Valparaiso University. He grew up in New Delhi, India.
He earned a bachelor's in philosophy from the University of Buenos Aires and a master's and doctorate in philosophy from Brown University with doctoral studies at Oxford University. Prior to his current position, he served as head of the philosophy department at K-State. His main areas of research are philosophy of mind and epistemology, but he also has long-standing research interests in philosophical issues in Latin American fiction and Latino identity and politics.
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He has been published in some of the most important journals in the field and has lectured in over 15 countries. She joined the university in and was named dean in June Mercer's leadership and guidance have had a statewide impact on teacher preparation, leading to the development and implementation of assessment systems to document effective candidate preparation for teachers and school personnel.
Someone wishing to travel from Boston, Massachusetts, to London, England, could do so in hours rather than the week or more it would have taken a hundred years ago. This digital revolution massively impacted economies across the world as well: they became more information-based and more interdependent. In the modern era, economic success or failure at one focal point of the global web can be felt in every major world economy.
The benefits and disadvantages of globalization are the subject of ongoing debate.
The downside to globalization can be seen in the increased risk for the transmission of diseases like ebola or severe acute respiratory syndrome SARS , or in the kind of environmental harm that scientist Paul R. Furumo has studied in microcosm in palm oil plantations in the tropics. Globalization has of course led to great good, too.
Richer nations now can—and do—come to the aid of poorer nations in crisis. Increasing diversity in many countries has meant more opportunity to learn about and celebrate other cultures.
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Toronto, Canada : University of Toronto Press. The second steroid is the breakthroughs in instant messaging and file sharing. Chronicle of Higher Education, 55 35 : A However, it should be noted that the term is also used to refer to the academic study of these activities so that scholarly inquiry into social welfare in different countries is often referred to as international social welfare. The new mixed economy of welfare: Public and private.
About the Author Marcelo M. With their interdisciplinary approach and their attention to cultural diversity, the essays are a treasure trove of insights and constructive approaches to which educators and policy-makers will return again and again. Besides providing vivid and rigorous accounts of the shifting population patterns, employment markets, and cultural and political change, this fascinating book presents promising educational innovations that put student engagement and the global context for learning at the center.
No other book so effectively joins emerging research on cognition and learning with the political and economic challenges of globalization. Each of the essays, exquisitely arranged and coordinated by the editor, is a memorable example of rigorous interdisciplinary analysis and insight into emerging global issues. The range of concerns—from nurturing a global consciousness and appreciating the simultaneous cultural patterns that children develop in global cities, often through their own migration, to the effects of gender-specific dilemmas in global classrooms-makes this book a compendium for more than understanding a world which challenges many traditional assumptions.
But reading it does more; it makes us mindful of the difficulty and also of the necessary creativity involved in learning and teaching today. I am grateful for its lessons and the readers will be, too. Educating citizens in the advanced countries to understand global society and cultural differences, increasing access to education in the developing world while teaching new skills, finding ways to help immigrants adapt and succeed in their new surroundings—all these essential tasks are addressed in this important book.