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  • Course: Comparative Education Instructor: Mr. Tariq Saleem Ghayyur www.uoseducation.edu.tc Comparative Education Comparativeeducationisafieldofstudythatfocusesontheprovisionoforganizedlearningactivitiesacross internationalandinterculturalboundaries and utilizes comparative methods of study. Comparative education is a fully established academic field of study that examines education in one country (or group of countries) by using data and insights drawn from the practices and situation in another country, or countries. Programs and courses in comparative education are offered in many universities throughout the world, and relevant studies are regularly published in scholarly journals such as Comparative Education, International Review of Education, Mediterranean Journal of Educational Studies, International Journal of Educational Development, Comparative Education Review, and Current Issues in Comparative Education. The field of comparative education is supported by many projects associated with UNESCO and the national education ministries of various nations. Objectives and Scope According to Harold J Noah (1985), and Dr.Farooq Joubish (2009), comparative education has four purposes: 1. To describe educational systems, processes, or outcomes. 2. To assist in the development of educational institutions and practices. 3. To highlight the relationships between education and society. 4. To establish generalized statements about education that may be valid in more than one country. Kidd (1975) provides the following detailed list of purposes. According to Kidd the most common goals for engaging in comparative education are: 1. To become better informed about the educational system of other countries; 2. To become better informed about the ways in which people in other cultures have carried out certain social functions by means of education; 3. To become better informed about the historical roots of certain activities and use this to develop criteria for assessing contemporary development and testing possible outcomes; 4. To better understand the educational forms and systems operating in one’sowncountry; 5. To satisfy an interest in how other human beings live and learn; 6. To better understand oneself; and 7.Torevealhowone’sownculturalbiasesandpersonalattributesaffectone’s judgment about possible ways of carrying on learning transactions Educational System: An educational system refers to a structure of operation for the provision of education. Educational systems are influenced by philosophies of policy makers. Educational systems are normally classified around countries, e.g. the Zambian education system, Zimbabwean education system and Ugan-dan Education System; or levels of education, e.g. primary education, secondary education, and tertiary education; or around regions e.g. African educational system, Asian educational system, European educational system, and American education system. International education: is a process as well as a systematic study of the process of organized learning that is designed to increase people’s knowledge and skills and that takes place across international boundaries.
  • Course: Comparative Education Instructor: Mr. Tariq Saleem Ghayyur www.uoseducation.edu.tc ComparativeAnalysis:Comparativeanalysisreferstoaprocessofcomparingandcontrasting two or more things, such as educational systems, methods, theories or policies with an aim of assessing the relative strength, advantage or value of one thing over another or others. Comparative method: Te comparative method is a research method for inquiring into a particular question, examining the issue by collecting data from more than one case and assessing the relative strength or value of one case over other cases. Te comparative method does not only focus on establishing what the situation is but whether the pattern in one context is similar to the one in another context or other contexts and goes further to explore the reasons for the differences. Te term comparative method is used interchangeably with comparative approaches. Investigator: This term refers to a researcher or a social enquirer. In comparative educationaninvestigatorisalso referredtoasacomparativeanalystwhoexaminesand explores comparative issues http://www.scribd.com/doc/44851906/Comparative-Education