CGCECompagnie Générale de Construction Électronique (French: General Electronics Construction Company)
CGCECommonwealth Games Council for England (UK)
CGCECanadian Global Campaign for Education
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(15) Multiple theories of derivation have been proposed for CGCE, including origination from odontogenic epithelium, neuroendocrine progenitor cells, or mesenchymal progenitor cells, as well as postdegenerative or reactive changes, but its histogenesis is still unknown.
The histopathologic differential diagnosis of classic CGCE consists mainly of adult GCT.
Soft tissue odontoma may have sheets of granular cells and may occur on the jaw; but, unlike CGCE, it will display a loose myxoid stroma with enamel, dentin, and pulpal elements.
Some CGCEs may demonstrate nonclassical features, such as fibrosis and spindle cell proliferation (as seen in Figure 3), which may result during trauma or spontaneous regression of the lesion.
During these meetings we raised and explored issues of theory and practice in our own research and examined the implications of these issues for each other, as well as for conceptualizations of CGCE in contemporary educational research.
The CGCE kaleidoscope: Examining the principles from different foci
Each participant contributed analytical notes on each of the five principles onto one common chart, looking at both possibilities and limitations of CGCE from her specific lens.
It is our understanding that a CGCE principle of critically understanding globalization promotes criticality and complexity in conceptualizing and analysing contemporary processes of globalization.
The next section of the paper presents each co-author's articulation of how the lens she used as an analytical frame can be applied to a CGCE approach in Canada by elaborating on, engaging with, and probing the principle of a critical understanding of globalization.
Karen Pashby on Multiculturalism and CGCE: A Critical Understanding of Globalization
CGCE principles and pedagogies are conceived of and implemented within an ideological and policy-based context, and educational culture is defined by neo-liberalism wherein individualism and social cohesion are valued over the interrogation of power imbalances.
A critical view of globalization is strongly relevant to a critical multicultural view of CGCE. There may be an implicit assumption that globalization and multiculturalism are mutually reinforcing, yet, neither globalization nor multiculturalism can be reduced to immigration.