Comparative analysis, literature informed (3,500 words)Construct an essay title. For example:
• A comparison of the Netherlands’ and England’s approaches to providing substance misuse education.
• Citizenship education in KS3 and KS4 in England and Canada.
• A comparison of teachers’ perceptions of inclusive education in primary schools in India and Finland.
• Physical education lessons in South Korea and England: practices and perceptions.
• Mathematics education: why is Singapore top of the world league tables and what can England learn?
• The role of the teacher in supporting immigrant children in England and Poland.
• Secondary school approaches to behaviour management in Ghana and Australia.
• Teaching approaches and attitudes towards sex education in England and Jamaica.
• A comparative analysis of approaches to early years pedagogy and structure in England and Sweden. Ensure your essay has an introduction, core discussion paragraphs and a conclusion. Within the essay you should signpost to literature. Then at the end ensure you have a full final reference list that adheres to the University’s Harvard System. Module learning outcomes informing the grading for this assignment:
c) Demonstrate judgement through selecting, comparing and critically analysing practice regarding a current aspect or aspects of international education.
d) Integrate reference to literature effectively with experiential understanding, showing insight and understanding of alternative points of view regarding education in diverse national contexts.
e) Communicate effectively on the nature and key characteristics of national models of education.
f) Independently critique research and other documents in order to reach judgements pertinent to real world settings.