In recent years interest in schools outreach and academic enrichment has increased dramatically, reflecting a greater social conscience and awareness of the impact that universities can have on the wider community. The transferable skills that academics bring to schools need to be honed for this new learning environment, as delivery methods and success benchmarks are radically different in a schools context. This collection addresses the numerous issues raised when arts and humanities academics become involved with schools, bringing together practitioners from a broad range of fields within the arts and humanities to share experiences and insights.
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About the Author
Suzy Harris is Professor at the School of Education, Roehampton University, UK. She is Editor of the journal, International Studies in the Sociology of Education.
Table of Contents
Acknowledgements \ Foreword \ A Prefatory Note \ Part I: Policy \ 1. A Tower of Achievement \ 2. The Transformation of Higher Education \ Part II: Language \ 3. Students' Experiences in Translation \ 4. An International Lexicon \ Part III: Translation \ 5. The Crisis of Judgement \ 6. The University in Translation \ Bibliography \ Translation