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Education at the Intersection of Globalization and Technology

Edited by Sharon Waller

American University of Ras Al Khaimah

Co-editors:

Lee Waller

American University of Ras Al Khaimah

Vongai Mpofu

Bindura University of Science Education

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Mercy Kurebwa

Zimbabwe Open University

Today’s educators stand at the crossroads of globalization and technology. The world is rapidly shrinking. The workplace is being transformed before our very eyes. Technology is forever changing the way we perceive reality and the way we do business. Educators are required to equip students for a workplace that has yet to emerge. The skill sets of today’s job market are often obsolete before students can enter the workplace. Now is the time for educators to rise to the challenges of our modern world. By embracing the vision of yesterday’s practitioners and joining hands with tomorrow’s practitioners, educators can transform our world and equip their students for the upward mobility and career flexibility required in tomorrow’s workplace.

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Education at the Intersection of Globalization and TechnologyEdited by Sharon Waller

Published: April 7th 2021

DOI: 10.5772/intechopen.87331

ISBN: 978-1-83962-470-4

Print ISBN: 978-1-83962-469-8

eBook (PDF) ISBN: 978-1-83962-471-1

Copyright year: 2021

Books open for chapter submissions

1438 Total Chapter Downloads

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1. Indian Education: Ancient, Medieval and Modern

By Mangesh M. Ghonge, Rohit Bag and Aniket Singh

360

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2. Globalization, Technological Advancement and the Traditional Library System: Implications for Information Utilization and Learning

By Patience Uzezi Otolo

113

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3. Global Policy and Local Implementation: A Papua New Guinea Experience

By Anna Joskin

38

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4. Development Strategies towards a Reputable International Program: Special Focus at International Program for Islamic Economics and Finance, Universitas Muhammadiyah Yogyakarta

By Dimas Bagus Wiranatakusuma

89

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5. The Concept of Entrepreneurship

By Halliru Shuaibu, Yusri Bin Kamin, Umar Muhammad Isa and Abdullahi Musa Cledumas

24

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6. Entrepreneurship Education in Vocational Schools in Indonesia

By Sunyoto Sunyoto and Andri Setiyawan

41

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7. The e-Learning in Bosnia and Herzegovina Classrooms

By Dzenana Rustempasic

28

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8. Online Career Guidance Systems for PK-12 School Students: Compliments to a Comprehensive School Counseling Program

By Julie A. Cerrito and Richard Joseph Behun

85

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9. Learning Is Visual: Why Teachers Need to Know about Vision

By Gunvor Birkeland Wilhelmsen and Marion Felder

108

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10. Is University Education Limited by Globalization and Technology in Developing Countries? An Observation Done during Pandemic

By Mary Marcel and Beatha Mkojera

24

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11. Beyond Teaching: School Climate and Communication in the Educational Context

By Eleni Mousena and Nikolaos Raptis

189

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12. Addressing Sustainability Planning in Higher Education Research

By Hope Pius Nudzor

103

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13. Community Learning Centres as Podia for Technology Enhanced Ubiquitous Learning: A Botswana Case

By Rebecca Nthogo Lekoko

95

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14. Limitations and Proposals for Improvement of the Bilingual Program of the Community of Madrid in Public Primary Schools

By Esmeralda Sotoca Sienes

76

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15. Is Experiential Learning Possible with Active Music Education?

By Kivanc Aycan

107

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