Prof. Ruth Reynolds

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Name: Prof. Ruth Reynolds
Country: Australia
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Organisation: University of Newcastle
Topics of most interest: Global Education as a whole, Citizenship education , Environmental education, Multi- Intercultural, anti-racist education, Peace education, Sustainable development education
Types of education of most interest: Primary, Higher education
Preference for research approach: Theoretical / conceptual research, Empirical research
Preference for research focusing on: Curriculum, Pedagogy, Teacher education
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Recent publications:

Reynolds, R. Macqueen, S. & Ferguson-Patrick, K. (2019). Educating for global citizenship: Australia as a case study. International journal of development education and global learning, 11(1), 103-19.
Ferguson-Patrick, K., Reynolds, R. & Macqueen, S. (2018). The 4Cs of global education for teacher education students: Culture, confidence, context, and crowded curriculum. In T. Hall, T. Gray, G. Downey & M. Singh, The Globalisation of Higher Education. Developing internationalised education research and practice, pp. 427-445. Australia: Palgrave Macmillan.

Reynolds, R. (2015). One Size Fits All? Global Education for Different Educational Audiences. In Reynolds, R., Bradbery, D., Brown, J., Carroll, K., Donnelly, D., Ferguson-Patrick, K., & Macqueen, S. (Eds). Contesting and constructing international perspectives in Global Education. Amsterdam: SENSE Publications.

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