Latest issue of International Education Journal: Comparative Perspectives

Vol 16, No 3 (2017)

Using the OCIES 45 Conference held in Sydney in 2016 as its conversational springboard, this issue explores emergent gaps in thinking about a number of key issues of concern to comparative and international educationalists.

These provocations challenge our practice and our postcolonial, postmodern theorizing and educational engagement with these ‘gaps’. In doing so, they open up future rewarding and challenging spaces for our future work together. To read this issue, visit:

https://openjournals.library.sydney.edu.au/index.php/IEJ.

Please download, enjoy, and remember to cite the work of our authors. As
some of us head to Noumea for our annual conference (OCIES.org), we look
forward to continuing these conversations.

Please also consider submitting your work to us. It is a widely read,
peer-reviewed, open access journal run by volunteers. We don’t charge you to
publish with us but it does take time to have your work properly reviewed.
If you are not impatient for publication, we are a supportive and scholarly
community of passionate people who want to see interesting work emerging in
the field of comparative and international education.

Thanks for the continuing interest in our work,

Associate Professor Zane Ma Rhea
Faculty of Education,
Monash University
zane.marhea@monash.edu
Editor, International Education Journal: Comparative Perspectives

New Edition of the International Education Journal: Comparative Perspectives

The first general edition for 2017, Volume 16(2) has just been published. You can view this edition by visiting: https://openjournals.library.sydney.edu.au/index.php/IEJ

 

Dr. Sarah Jane Moore, artist extraordinaire, generous, wonderful, beautiful spirit presents Lunar Mother a work on canvas that expresses the vision of our journal: to look to the future of education.
As Sarah explains:

“It speaks to the figures, the stars, the constellations and the moon. It speaks to connection and possibility. It delineates forms and fins, and celestial beings. It too, is a story grounded in an umbilical cord that stretches for miles. The earth is our mother and so too the stars”.

 

Special Issue of International Education Journal: Comparative Perspectives

Volume 16(1) Special Edition of IEJ:CP 

Special Editor, Dr Rhonda Di Biase has brought together a terrific collection of research in this latest edition of IJE:CP: Acknowledging the importance of context: Researching education in small states.  The distinctive features of small states provide the focus for this special issue. Each paper explores issues of global significance that relate to curriculum and pedagogical reform, language and literacy policies, internationalising teacher education and research partnerships. Whilst small states are the context for the discussion of these issues, the papers offer insights that have wider application. Acknowledging the contextual features of small states can help elucidate the significance of multi-layered contextual factors in educational reform, and the ways in which global agendas have been mediated locally.

Please circulate the link to interested colleagues.