You get what you came for? A Case Study and Reflections on Applying an English Inspection Model in International Schooling

  • Deborah Outhwaite
  • Ralph Tabberer

Abstract

This article considers the position of international education, and the ways in which it ‘borrows’ performativity structures from the English education system. Utilising a recent Case Study and analysing Ralph Tabberer’s personal reflections on it, the article outlines ways in which we can continue to learn from the socio-cultural dimensions of the English schooling system that are regularly utilised in an international educational context.

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Published
2017-06-22
How to Cite
OUTHWAITE, Deborah; TABBERER, Ralph. You get what you came for? A Case Study and Reflections on Applying an English Inspection Model in International Schooling. Warwick Journal of Education - Transforming Teaching, [S.l.], v. 1, p. 110-118, june 2017. ISSN 2515-0510. Available at: <http://exchanges.warwick.ac.uk/index.php/wjett/article/view/181>. Date accessed: 21 oct. 2017.
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Editorial