Contemporary Capacity-Building in Educational Contexts extends current understandings of what capacities and capacity-building are and of the dimensions that maximise their prospects of success in current educational policy-making and provision. It does this by exploring how capacity-building is implemented among nine groups of research participants, including Australian, Dutch and English circus families, migrants and refugees in an Australian regional town, and a university education research team. These data sets are analysed to address eight 'hot topics' and 'wicked problems' in contemporary education: consciousness; creativity; dis/empowerment and agency; diversity and identity; forms of capital and currencies; knowledge sharing; regionality and rurality; and resilience.Stake, R. E. (2005). Qualitativecase studies.InN.K.Denzin aamp;Y.S. Lincoln(Eds.), The Sage handbook of qualitative research (3rded.) ... Theeffectsof ethnic identity formationonbilingual maintenanceand development:Ananalysis of Asian Americananbsp;...
|Title||:||Contemporary Capacity-Building in Educational Contexts|
|Author||:||Patrick Alan Danaher, Andy Davies, Linda De George-Walker, Janice K. Jones, Karl J. Matthews, Warren Midgley, Catherine H. Arden, Margaret Baguley|
|Publisher||:||Palgrave Macmillan - 2014-02-26|