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In our rapidly globalizing world students are able to access learning through mobility, through computer mediated experiences, and through the diverse perspectives of their peers and teachers. All of these components impact on the ways in which universities and their staff prepare and present courses for their students. This book presents an edited selection of chapters compiled under the theme of ‘new international pedagogies’. The objective is to document current pedagogical frameworks and practices in the teaching and learning context of international education. It showcases innovative teaching and learning methods, methodological frameworks and novel pedagogies that contribute to improving the effectiveness of teaching and learning in international settings and diverse student groups. The collection of seventeen chapters offers new debate on applied critical educational thought, innovation in teaching and learning, and culturally sensitive and inclusive curriculum practices across a broad disciplinary spectrum. Of central interest is the production of teaching and learning examples that provide evidence for implementing progress and advancement in the field. The book aims to stimulate further debate, research and application in the field of international pedagogies.
Introduction: Researching International Pedagogies; M. Hellstén, A. Reid.
Theme One: Curriculum Innovation. 1. Internationalisation, globalisation and curriculum innovation; B. Leask. 2. Evaluating the internationalised curriculum; P. Pez, A. Reid. 3. Close encounters of the cultural kind; S. Trahar.
Theme Two: Teaching and Learning Experiences. 4. International pedagogical structures; M. Singh, M. Shrestha. 5. Researching international pedagogy and the forming of new academic identities; M. Hellstén. 6. International education as intercultural learning; H. Tange. 7. Study at home after study abroad; J. Edwards. 8. My bed is infested with insects; M. Bell.
Theme Three: Language as a medium of cultural exchange and learning. 9. Language and learning in the Master of Accounting at Macquarie University; J. Tindale. 10. Pedagogical change and its evaluation; K. Kuiper. 11. Pedagogy as dialogic relationship; E. Hirst, R. Brown.
Theme Four: Information and Computer Technologies for supporting international pedagogies. 12. Designing learning communities in the 21st century; I. Gibson. 13. Online close and personal; T. Bretag, John Hannon. 14. Creating conditions for intercultural and international learning and teaching; A. H. Gesche, P. Makeham. 15. Opening students’ minds; J. M. Sancho. 16. Design of dialogic quality in e-learning; E. Korsgaard Sorensen.
Author biographies. Index.