Globalization and its Effects on Education
AbstractEntrance into the third millennium of man; creation of new empirical knowledge and technological advances, makes it possible to represent the people of the global village and the global information highway has also changed. In such a situation, globalization means bringing all nations into a world unity has been intercepted, in which all things in the world and can be seen. Globalization, a transnational nature of the scientific and technical capacities in the world and as one of the main challenges of education in developing countries is well known.There are many triggers for advancing global education. These factors can be cited appearance information communication technology. This technology eliminates geographic boundaries. In this way, it is an attempt on the positive and negative consequences of this process, or in other words to express the opportunities and threats of globalization for countries with education systems are to be paid.
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Volume (Year): 3 (2013)
Issue (Month): 1 (January)
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Globalization; globalization of education; technology; decentralization;
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