Multiple Paradigms for International Research in Education: Experience, Theory, and Practice (Counterpoints #180) (Paperback)
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The international dimension of research in education signals a paradigm shift in thinking about educational research in general. This collection of essays by a group of prominent scholars in several fields, including human resource education, early childhood, educational evaluation, interpretive research, arts education, anthropology, and philosophy of education, is a cutting-edge publication that defines new theoretical and methodological directions in international education research. Research in International Education consists of both conceptual chapters and chapters based on empirical work that together address methodological/theoretical issues involved in international education research, contexts of research, and research in informal and formal settings.
About the Author
The Editors: Liora Bresler is Professor at the College of Education at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. Bresler was involved in a number of national and international research projects, including the National Arts Education Research Center and the College Board/Getty Center evaluation on Arts Integration in Academic Subjects. She is co-editor of the International Journal for Education and the Arts and a guest editor for international issues in Arts Education Policy Review. Bresler has been invited to give keynote speeches in five continents and has lectured in various universities throughout the world. Alexander Ardichvili is Assistant Professor at the Department of Human Resource Edu-cation, the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. He received his M.B.A. and Ph.D. in human resource education from the University of Minnesota and his Ph.D. in management from the University of Moscow. Ardichvili has published refereed articles and book chapters in the areas of human resource education, entrepreneurship, and international and cross-cultural training and development. Ardichvili has done consulting and research in numerous countries throughout the world.