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Internationalization within school and educational psychology: Perspectives about positive indicators, critical considerations, and needs

Bernardo, Allan B. I. ; Begeny, John C. ; Earle, Orlean Brown ; Ginns, Diana S. ; Pilar Grazioso, Maria ; Soriano‐Ferrer, Manuel ; Suzuki, Haruna ; Zapata, Roxana

Psychology in the Schools, September 2018, Vol.55(8), pp.982-992 [Peer Reviewed Journal]

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  • Title:
    Internationalization within school and educational psychology: Perspectives about positive indicators, critical considerations, and needs
  • Author/Creator: Bernardo, Allan B. I. ; Begeny, John C. ; Earle, Orlean Brown ; Ginns, Diana S. ; Pilar Grazioso, Maria ; Soriano‐Ferrer, Manuel ; Suzuki, Haruna ; Zapata, Roxana
  • Subjects: Co‐Constructivism ; Educational Psychology ; Globalization ; Internationalization ; Neoliberalism ; Professional Practice ; School Psychology ; Scientific Imperialism
  • Is Part Of: Psychology in the Schools, September 2018, Vol.55(8), pp.982-992
  • Description: As the final paper within this special issue on Internationalization in School and Educational Psychology, this paper documents broad perspectives about internationalization from multiple school and educational psychologists who have worked in various contexts (e.g., in different professional roles and geographic locations). Based upon three core questions that contributors responded to, the paper systematically integrates all perspectives according to two primary categories: and . The former category is discussed with respect to three themes that emerged from contributors’ responses: (1) internationally focused scholarship, (2) presence and work of international organizations, and (3) study abroad, exchange, and international collaboration. The category pertaining to concerns and needs was also thematically summarized according to three topics: (1) power, paternalism, and neoliberalism, (2) paucity of critical dialogue and research, and (3) linguistic and financial barriers to internationalization. From the shared perspectives, concluding remarks are presented in the context of how the discipline can continue discourse and activities that, through internationalization, help to offer more equitable opportunities for professionals in the field and the communities they work to support.
  • Identifier: ISSN: 0033-3085 ; E-ISSN: 1520-6807 ; DOI: 10.1002/pits.22160