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Cross-cultural teaching and learning for home and international students: internationalisation of pedagogy and curriculum in higher education

Cross-cultural teaching and learning for home and international students: internationalisation of pedagogy and curriculum in higher education

Ryan, Janette, 1956-

This title maps and discusses the increasing internationalization of teaching and learning at universities around the world. This phenomenon brings both opportunities and challenges, as it introduces what can be radically different teaching, learning and assessment contexts for both students and staff

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Published London: Routledge, 2013
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Statement of responsibility: edited by Janette Ryan
ISBN: 020309803X, 0415630134, 9780203098035, 9780415630139
Intended audience: Specialized.
Note: Conference proceedings.
Note: Includes bibliographical references and index.
Physical Description: xii, 293 p. : ill. ; 24 cm.
Subject: Students, Foreign Congresses.; Multicultural education Congresses.; Education.; College teaching Congresses.

Contents

  1. Introduction
  2. Janette Ryan
  3. Chapter 1
  4. Capitalising on a multicultural learning environment: Using group work as a mechanism for student integration
  5. Christine Edmead
  6. Chapter 2
  7. Exploring new frontiers in an internationalised classroom: Team-based learning and reflective journals as innovative learning strategies
  8. Susan McGrath-Champ, Mimi Zou and Lucy Taylor
  9. Chapter 3
  10. Developing capability: International students in doctoral writing groups
  11. Jeannie Daniels
  12. Chapter 4
  13. Feedback or feed forward? Supporting Master's students through effective assessment to enhance future learning
  14. Sue Robson, David Leat, Kate Wall and Rachel Lofthouse
  15. Chapter 5
  16. Internationalisation and quality in higher education: perspectives of English, Australian and Czech senior academics
  17. Patricie Mertova
  18. Chapter 6
  19. The challenges of multi-lingualism for international students in Denmark
  20. Gordon Slethaug and Jane Vinther
  21. Chapter 7
  22. Engaging students in academic transitions: A case of two projects using student voice and technology to personalise the experience
  23. Monika Foster
  24. Chapter 8
  25. Business lessons without business: Can Arts-based training enhance cultural competence?
  26. Helen E. Higson and Kai Liu
  27. Chapter 9
  28. Towards the global citizen: Utilising a competency framework to promote intercultural knowledge and skills in HE students
  29. Stuart Reid & Helen Spencer-Oatey
  30. Chapter 10
  31. Exploring stakeholder perspectives regarding a 'global' curriculum: A case study
  32. Sharon Slade, Fenella Galpin and Paul Prinsloo
  33. Chapter 11
  34. Socrates in the Low Countries: Designing, implementing, and facilitating internationalisation of the curriculum at the Amsterdam University of Applied Sciences (HvA)
  35. Hans de Wit and Jos Beelen
  36. Chapter 12
  37. Future curriculum for future graduates? Rethinking higher education curriculum for a globalised world
  38. Catherine Montgomery
  39. Chapter 13
  40. Global citizenship and campus community: Lessons from learning theory and the lived-experience of mobile students
  41. David Killick
  42. Chapter 14
  43. Toward the intercultural self: Mahatma Gandhi's international education in London
  44. Martin Haigh
  45. Chapter 15
  46. A mismatch of expectations? An exploration of international students' perceptions of employability skills and work-related learning
  47. Sabine McKinnon
  48. Chapter 16
  49. Pathologies of silence? Reflecting on international learner identities amidst the classroom chatter
  50. Yvonne Turner
  51. Chapter 17
  52. Raising students' awareness of the construction of communicative (in)competence in international classrooms
  53. Rachel Wicaksono
  54. Chapter 18
  55. Internationalising the curriculum for all students: The role of staff dialogue
  56. Valerie Clifford, Juliet Henderson and Catherine Montgomery
  57. Chapter 19
  58. Developing the multicultural community of practice: Starting at induction
  59. Tony Shannon-Little
  60. Chapter 20
  61. Listening to 'other' intellectual traditions: Learning in transcultural spaces
  62. Janette Ryan

Author note

Dr Janette Ryan is Director of the UK Higher Education Academy Teaching International Students Project and Research Associate of the China Centre at the University of Oxford.