This is an interdisciplinary series focusing on education in Asia. Open to established and emerging scholars with a focus on the region, it aims to inform readers of the latest research and contribute to the growth of scholarship on Asian Education.
From Missionary Education to Confucius Institutes Historical Reflections on Sino-American Cultural Exchange
General Education and the Development of Global Citizenship in Hong Kong, Taiwan and Mainland China Not Merely Icing on the Cake
By Jeff Kyong-McClain, Joseph Tse-Hei Lee
October 02, 2023
From Missionary Education to Confucius Institutes examines the history and globalization of cultural exchange between the United States and China and corrects many myths surrounding the incompatibility of American and Chinese cultures in the higher education sphere. Providing a fresh look at the ...
By Jun Xing, Pak-Sheung Ng, Chloe Cheng
February 05, 2018
General Education has taken center stage in the greater China area (Hong Kong, Taiwan and mainland China) because of a number of important developments. First, globalization has created both opportunities and challenges for college students. When they graduate and enter the real world, they must ...
By Michelle Merrill, Patricia Burkhardt-Holm, Chew-Hung Chang, Md Saidul Islam, Youngho Chang
September 21, 2017
This book provides an introduction to the state of sustainability education in Asia. It covers national policies, institutional policies and practices within Asian universities, sustainability considerations for teacher training at schools of education, and pedagogical practices for sustainability ...
By Kelvin Heng Kiat Tan, Mary Anne Heng, Christina Lim-Ratnam
September 06, 2016
Curriculum Leadership by Middle Leaders focusses on major issues relating to the continuing national and international discourse on curriculum leadership, and highlights the vital role of middle leaders in schools. School leadership has focused primarily on first-order change involving school ...
By Qing Gu
November 26, 2014
By bringing together a distinguished group of scholars who have deep, extensive and complementary knowledge and expertise of the Chinese education system, The Work and Lives of Teachers in China engages in detailed discussions on contemporary issues about teachers and teaching in China. It locates ...
By Xiaoming Sheng
April 17, 2014
Much of the existing research on parental involvement and higher education choice examines the difference between the working class and the middle class, but little literature looks at different factions within the social classes. This book discusses higher education choice in China, particularly ...