on Hayhoe's influence as a teacher and both use a story-telling approach to write their chapters. Mundy, now Chair of Ontario Institute for Studies in Education's program in International and Comparative Education, traces through her time as a young doctoral student under Hayhoe's tutelage to the present when they are now colleagues. One begins to understand the remarkable influence that Dr. Hayhoe has had on Mundy. Lee served as Dean of the School of Foundations while Dr. Hayhoe was President and subsequently as Vice President. Under Dr. Hayhoe, he was able to learn and grow enormously. His reflection on this time and his essay on how he now draws from these lessons and applies them to his new job as Dean of Education Research at the National Institute of Education in Singapore is remarkable. In both Mundy's and Lee's case, one is reading from mature, circumspect, practiced scholars. Their ability to draw from early lessons of Hayhoe's into later work as mature scholars is wonderful reading and a testament to the broader subtext of the book. The book is well worth reading as a reflection on a life that has shared and developed a body of work around
Frontiers of Education in China – Brill
Published: Jan 1, 2013
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