The Center for International Comparative Education (ICE) at Bowling Green State University promotes an international scholarship of engagement through cross-cultural/international interdisciplinary research, instructional enhancement, and outreach among faculty, students and communities for purposes of improving education and the social condition at home and abroad.
Research, instruction and outreach projects of ICE feature an educational focus to research or social problems, an international or cross-cultural emphasis, an interdisciplinary approach, and an emphasis on strengthening education, social well-being and development globally.
The Comparative and International Education Course Archive Project (CIECAP) is a special project of the Secretariat of the Comparative & International Education Society (CIES) hosted at SUNY Albany. CIECAP is a collection of introductory course outlines in comparative education and an online database of salient features of these courses as taught at universities around the world. Lastly, CIECAP also has an inventory of descriptions and an analysis of comparative education graduate programs at these universities.
Teaching Comparative Education SIG
The Teaching Comparative Education SIG brings together scholars and instructors of comparative and international education from around the world. It is dedicated to understanding and enhancing the contours of course work in the field and promoting comparative and international education in higher education.
This blog provides the opportunity for Teaching Comparative Education SIG members to dialogue about the teaching of comparative and international education courses. SIG members can ask questions and obtain feedback to aid in the creation and/or teaching of courses in the field at their respective colleges and universities.