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    • Introduction: International educational exchanges and the promotion of peace and intercultural understanding 

      Mathews-Aydinli J. (Springer International Publishing, 2016)
      With the rapid growth worldwide in numbers of people participating in international educational exchanges, the need to better understand the various roles such exchanges can play in social and political life also increases. ...
    • Turkey 2010: transforming education to meet challenges 

      Akşit, Necmi (Information Age Publishing, 2008)
      This chapter discusses the state of education in Turkey and the emergence of new key ideas within the framework of one of the strategic goals of the Lisbon 2010 Strategy: improving the quality and effectiveness of education ...
    • Turkey: paradigm change in education 

      Akşit, Necmi; Sands, Margaret (Information Age Publishing, 2006)
      Teaching in Turkish schools has long been delivered in a teacher-centred way. The means of assessment also has been traditional, and because the major examinations are used for entry to quality schools and ultimately to ...
    • Turkey: towards homegrown theorizing and building a disciplinary community 

      Aydınlı, Ersel; Mathews, Julie (Routledge, 2008)
      The International Relations (IR) discipline has existed in Turkey for well over half a century, yet in many ways it is still struggling to come together as a coordinated disciplinary community. Perhaps the most distinctive ...