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International and National Standardization and Differentiation of Education Systems from a Historical Perspective

International and National Standardization and Differentiation of Education Systems from a Historical Perspective

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Publié le mardi 08 mars 2011 par Loïc Le Pape

Résumé

The general thesis of this conference is that the national and international standardizations, the resistances to it, and the development of regional particularities are mutually dependent. During the conference projects, protagonists, and effects of the standardization processes within the education systems throughout the 19th and 20th centuries shall be examined and discussed. International and national processes of standardization and comparisons of them are in the main focus: Not only the success or failure of standardization but also how national standardization processes depend on international standardization processes – and vice versa – are of interest.

Annonce

Program

Introductory lecture : Prof. Dr. Fritz Osterwalder, University of Berne

I. International Institutions, Processes, and Perspectives of Standardization for Education and Educational Systems

Prof. Dr. Thomas Popkewitz, University of Wisconsin--‐Madison: Standardization of Education Systems by Curriculum Reform

Dr. Klaus Dittrich, Hanyang University, Seoul: The Competitive Staging of National Educational Standardizations at World Exhibitions around 1900: France, Germany, Japan and the United States

Lic. phil. Markus Heinzer, University of Berne: OECD/CERI Anatomy of an Important Player in International Educational Research and Policy Making

II. Forms and Processes Concerning National Standardization of Education Systems

Prof. Dr. Claudia Crotti, University of Applied Sciences Northwestern Switzerland, School for Teacher Education: Education and the Public. The Standardization of the Educational System by the General Public

Prof. Dr. Marc Depaepe, Katholieke Universiteit Leuven: How Belgian was the Education System in Belgian Congo?

Prof. Dr. William Reese, University of Wisconsin--‐Madison: Uniformity and Particularity of American High School

M.A. Hajo Frölich, Freie Universität Berlin: Success through Deviation: The Introduction of a Nationally Standardized System of Universal Schooling during the Last Years of  the Chinese Empire, 1898--1912

Dr. Peter Voss, University of Luxembourg: Creating Local Teachers in a Standardized World: The Luxembourg Case 1840--1880

III. International Stimuli in National Contexts

Prof. Dr. David Labaree, Stanford University: Scientification of the American High School

Prof. Dr. Inés Dussel, Universidad de San Andrés Buenos Aires: How European was the Argentine Education System?

Dr. Philippe Bongrand, Max Planck Institute for Human Development, Berlin: Against the System, for the System. Importating Affirmative Action Policies in France, 1960s--1970s

Lic. phil. Michèle Hofmann, University of Berne: Reception of International School Hygiene Debates in Switzerland

Dr. Anne Rohstock, University of Luxembourg: Between Internationalization and Local Persistence. The Founding of a University in Luxembourg 1969--2003

IV. National Stimuli in International Contexts

Prof. Dr. Marcelo Caruso, University of Münster: International Standardization by Nationally Developed Method

Prof. Dr. Leah Gordon, Stanford University: The Struggle with the Racial Issue in the American Education System and its Effect on International Debates about Equality in Education

Dr. Rebekka Horlacher, University of Zurich/Zurich University of Teacher Education: Standardization as a Result of models? The Example of Pestalozzi

Concluding lecture : Prof. Dr. Daniel Tröhler, University of Luxembourg

Catégories

Lieux

  • Monte Verità (Suisse)

Dates

  • dimanche 28 août 2011
  • lundi 29 août 2011
  • mardi 30 août 2011
  • mercredi 31 août 2011
  • jeudi 01 septembre 2011
  • vendredi 02 septembre 2011

Mots-clés

  • standardisation, différenciation, système d'éducation

Contacts

  • Michéle Hofmann
    courriel : michele [dot] hofmann [at] edu [dot] unibe [dot] ch

Source de l'information

  • Dominique Braun
    courriel : dbraun [at] edu [dot] unibe [dot] ch

Pour citer cette annonce

« International and National Standardization and Differentiation of Education Systems from a Historical Perspective », Colloque, Calenda, Publié le mardi 08 mars 2011, http://calenda.org/203651