Memo #162 (Video)
Featuring Ruth Hayhoe – ruth-hayhoe [at] sympatico.ca
Two weeks ago, we published the first part of our interview with Dr. Ruth Hayhoe, where she reflected on the arc of previous Canada-China education projects.
In part two of our interview Dr. Hayhoe provides insight on how the next generation can learn from previous Canada-China education projects. She discusses what Canadians can gain from the Confucian tradition of education, analyzes Hong Kong’s education system in response to influences from mainland China, and shares her goals for the project.
Canada-China Education Projects (Part 2/2) (5:38 min)
Ruth Hayhoe – Department of Theory and Policy Studies, Ontario Institute for Studies in Education, University of Toronto.
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- Portraits of 21st Century Chinese Universities: In the Move to Mass Higher Education, 2012. (Book by Ruth Hayhoe, Jun li, Jing Lin, and Qiang Zha).
- Our other Video Interviews