Bologna Process and higher education in a globalized world

Deriving from a series of economic, social and cultural transformations resulting from the recent globalization surge, we analyze some of the changes that ought to take place in the field of education so that teaching institutions and teachers alike can develop teaching-learning processes guided by criteria of democracy, inclusion and justice and so that schooling may realize the expectations placed on it. Since it is one of the main instruments in the production of personal, cultural and social identities, we also question the importance of curriculum in that undertaking.

Globalization; Bologna Process; Higher education; Curriculum


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