Comparative Education in Bologna process : an exploratory study about students’ opinión

Carmen M. Fernández

Abstract


Most higher education studies have been subjected to profound changes due to Bologna process. Neither the Bachelor Degree in Pedagogy nor the subject Comparative Education can avoid this renovation. Firstly, in this article we focus in our reflection to adjust our subject to the new methodological requirements, and secondly, once our teaching activity has been developed, we also present the results of a questionnaire answered by the students in which they show their opinion about the subject. In short, in the process of evaluation of our own teaching practice, it seems crucial for us to have the opinion of the students who receive our teaching. We will try to point out the degree of success in our previous decisions, and to demonstrate how long the initial goals have been achieved. The ultimate goal is to establish some sort of conclusions about the changes needed for future years.

 


Keywords


comparative education; teaching in higher education; Bologna process



DOI: https://doi.org/10.5944/reec.23.2014.12303

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