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The IMaGE of an International School?

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IMaGEAnimationThis page is reserved for presentation materials for my session at the Department of Education 50th Anniversary Conference: International Education and Globalisation.

The format will be a twenty-minute introduction to my dissertation, the IMaGE of an International School, followed by twenty minutes for interaction.

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Resources

References used in or relevant to the presentation

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Hayden, Levy, Thompson. 2015. SAGE Handbook 2ed

A full list of references can be found in the dissertation. 

  • Bunnell, T., 2008. International education and the “second phase”: a framework for conceptualizing its nature and for the future assessment of its effectiveness. Compare: A Journal of Comparative and International Education, 38(4), pp.415–426.
  • Cambridge, J., 2003. Identifying the Globalist and Internationalist Missions of International Schools. International Schools Journal, 22(2), pp.54–58.
  • Cambridge, J. & Carthew, C., 2015. Schools Self-Evaluating Their International Values: A Case Study. In Hayden, M., Levy, J. & Thompson, J. (6th Edition, online). The SAGE Handbook of Research in International Education. pp. 283-288. London, UK: SAGE Publications Ltd.
  • Cambridge, J. & Thompson, J., 2001. Internationalism, international-mindedness, multiculturalism and globalisation as concepts in defining international schools. Unpublished paper. 
  • Fertig, M., 2007. International school accreditation: Between a rock and a hard place? Journal of Research in International Education, 6(3), pp.333–348.
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  • Hayden, M., 2011. Transnational spaces of education: the growth of the international school sector. Globalisation, Societies and Education, 9(2), pp.211–224.
  • Hayden, M., Levy, J. & Thompson, J. (Eds), 2015. The SAGE Handbook of Research in International Education. (7th Edition). London, UK: SAGE Publications Ltd.
  • Hayden, M. & Thompson, J., 1995. International Schools and International Education: a relationship reviewed. Oxford Review of Education, 21(3), pp.327–345.
  • Haywood, T., 2007. A simple typology of international-mindedness and its implications for education. In Hayden, M., Levy, J. & Thompson, J. (6th Edition, online). The SAGE Handbook of Research in International Education. pp. 79-89. London, UK: SAGE Publications Ltd.
  • Hett, E.J., 1991. The development of an instrument to measure global-mindedness, San Diego, USA: University of San Diego Press.
  • Hill, I., 2000. Internationally-minded schools. The International Schools Journal, 20(1), p.24.
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  • Hill, I., 2015. The history and development of international-mindedness. In Hayden, M., Levy, J. & Thompson, J. (7th Edition, online). The SAGE Handbook of Research in International Education. pp. 20-34. London, UK: SAGE Publications Ltd.
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  • International Schools Association (ISA), 2011. Internationalism in Schools – a Self-Study Guide, [Online] Available at: http://isaschools.org/portfolio-view/internationalism-in-schools-a-self-study-guide/.
  • Lowe, J., 1998. International and comparative education. The International Schools Journal, 17(2), p.18.
  • Marshall, H., 2007. The Global Education Terminology Debate: Exploring Some of the Issues. In Hayden, M., Levy, J. & Thompson, J. (6th Edition, online). The SAGE Handbook of Research in International Education. pp. 108–121. United Kingdom: Routledge.
  • Murphy, E., 2012. International School Accreditation: Who Needs It? In Hayden, M. & Thompson, J.   International Education, Principles and Practice [Online]. p.212-223. London: Kogan Page.
  • Nikel, J. & Lowe, J., 2010. Talking of fabric: a multi‐dimensional model of quality in education. Compare: A Journal of Comparative and International Education, 40(5), pp.589–605.
  • Singh, M. & Qi, J., 2013. 21st century international mindedness: An exploratory study of its conceptualisation and assessment, University of Western Sydney.
  • Shields, R., 2015. Measurement and Isomorphism in International Education. In Hayden, M., Levy, J. & Thompson, J., 2015. The SAGE Handbook of Research in International Education. (7th Edition). London, UK: SAGE Publications Ltd. pp.477-487.
  • Skelton, M., 2007. International mindedness and the Brain: The Difficulties of” Becoming. The SAGE handbook of research in international education, pp.379–389.
  • Skelton, M., 2013. International-mindedness: Martin Skelton examines definitions and issues. International School Magazine, 15(2), pp.13–14.
  • Yamato, Y., 2003. Education in the market place: Hong Kong’s international schools and their modes of operation, Comparative Education Research Centre, University of Hong Kong.
  • Yemini, M., 2012. Internationalization assessment in schools: Theoretical contributions and practical implications. Journal of Research in International Education, 11(2), pp.152–164.

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