Notes on Terminology
Chapter One: The Inevitability of Globalization in Education
Part One: Internationalization in Higher Education
Chapter Two: International Identity or International Quality: What is an International Education?
Chapter Three: Global Aspirations: The Strategies for the Internationalization of Higher Education
Chapter Four: Following Their Peers or Forging Their Own Way: The Internationalization of Faculties of Education
Part Two: Professionalization of Education and the Role of Faculties of Education
Chapter Five: Advanced and Advancing Educational Systems: Global Metrics, Mindsets of Reform, and the Supporting Sectors
Chapter Six: Academic, Practical, or Both: The Problematic Past and Promising Future of Faculties of Education
Chapter Seven: Local or Global Knowledge: The International Foundations of Professions and Professional Education
Chapter Eight: Global Quality Academic Leadership: How Academic Leaders of Faculties of Education Can Inspire Global Relevance
Part Three: Case Studies
Chapter Nine: When the Professional and the Client Meet: A Case Study of the American University in Cairo and USAID Afghanistan
Chapter Ten: Singapore in Bahrain: The Development of the Bahrain Teachers College
Chapter Eleven: Shaping Global Citizens: The Academic and International Foundations of Higher Education Leadership
Chapter Twelve: STEM Education Across Borders: The International Knowledge Base on Applied Science and Mathematics Instruction
Guest Author: Mohammed W. Rizkallah. Ph.D.
Chapter Thirteen: Literacy Education Across Languages: Pedagogical Applications of Reading and Writing for All Languages
Guest Author: Alia A. Ammar, Ph.D.
Part Four: Conclusion
Chapter Fourteen: The Features of an Internationally-Focused Faculty of Education: How to Recognize a Genuinely Global Institution
About the Authors