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Global teachers, Australian perspectives : Goodbye Mr Chips, hello Ms Banerjee / Carol Reid, Jock Collins, Michael Singh.

Global teachers, Australian perspectives : Goodbye Mr Chips, hello Ms Banerjee / Carol Reid, Jock Collins, Michael Singh.
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Record Number 16526
ISBN 9814451355
9789814451352
Location 306.43 REI
Author Reid, Carol
Title Global teachers, Australian perspectives : Goodbye Mr Chips, hello Ms Banerjee / Carol Reid, Jock Collins, Michael Singh.
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Published Singapore : Springer, 2014.
Contents Note Machine generated contents note: 1.Introduction -- 2.Globalizing Teachers: Policy and Theoretical Dimensions -- Theoretical Points of Departure -- Bourdieu, Reconversion and Tests -- Racialization -- Critiques and Educational Change -- Methodology -- Conclusion -- References -- 3.Immigrant Teachers in Australia: Quantitative Insights -- Introduction -- Global and Australian Immigration: Contemporary Trends and Developments -- Immigrant Teachers in Australia: Background -- A Survey of Immigrant Teachers in Australia -- Immigration Experience -- Experience in Australian Schools -- Experience Living in Australia -- Conclusion -- References -- 4.Global Teachers' Pathways to Australia -- Introduction -- The Demand for Teachers -- The Immigration Processes and Pathways to Australia -- Conclusion -- References -- 5.The Capital Reconversion of Global Teachers in Australia -- Introduction -- Red Tape Experiences -- Capital Conversion Tests for Global Teachers in NSW Public Schools --
Contents note continued: First-Generation Critique-Driven Test Corrections -- Second-Generation Critique-Driven Test Corrections -- Third-Generation Critique-Driven Test Corrections -- Critique-Driven Test Corrections -- Conclusion -- References -- 6.Internationally Educated Teachers' Critiques of Tests of Their Employability -- Introduction -- Lack of Authenticity -- Inequalities -- Oppression -- Disenchantment -- Conclusion -- References -- 7.Global Teachers Living and Teaching in Australia -- Introduction -- Experiences in Their New Schools -- Discrimination and Racism -- Racialised Responses to Immigrant Teachers' Accents -- Racial Discrimination in Schools -- The Difficulties of Appointments to Remote Schools -- Was It Worth It? -- What Happens Next? -- Conclusion -- References -- 8.Goodbye `Mr Chips': The Global Mobility of Australian-Educated Teachers -- Being a Foreigner/Waiguoren/Gaigin/Gweilo/Putih -- The Participants and Their Characteristics --
Contents note continued: Qualifications, Destinations and Recognition Overseas -- Settling In -- Gender -- `Oh, God, I Don't Have Black Hair or Brown Eyes' -- Being a Laughing Stock -- Freaky `Westerners' -- Support Overseas -- Home Again: The Value of Being Overseas and Bringing Back Cultural Knowledge -- Recognition of Overseas Experience -- To Be a Bit of a Gypsy? -- Conclusion -- References -- 9.Revisiting Ms Banerjee and Mr Chips -- References.
Topical Term Teachers, Foreign - Australia.
Multicultural education - Australia.
Immigrants - Australia.
Added Name Collins, Jock, 1949-, author.
Singh, Michael, author.
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