New PDF release: Internationalizing Higher Education: Critical Collaborations

By Rhiannon D. Williams, Amy Lee

Greater schooling is dealing with extraordinary switch as brand new graduates desire specific talents, wisdom, and data to effectively navigate a fancy and interconnected global. greater schooling associations and practitioners are stressed to be aware of internationalization tasks that help more and more assorted scholar populations and foster the improvement of world citizenship abilities which come with, "problem-defining and fixing views that pass disciplinary and cultural limitations" (Hudzik, 2004, p. 1 as mentioned in Leask & Bridge, 2013). Internationalizing greater schooling: serious Collaborations around the Curriculum is for present and destiny college, pupil affairs employees, and directors from different disciplinary, institutional, and geographic contexts. This edited quantity invitations readers to enquire, greater comprehend, and tell intercultural pedagogy that helps the advance of conscious worldwide citizenship. This edited quantity positive aspects reflective practitioners exploring the dynamic and evolving nature of intercultural studying in addition to the tensions and complexities. participants contain institutional researchers, administrators and key implementers of EU/Bologna strategy in Poland (one of the most recent participants and person who is dealing with remarkable switch within the range of its students), overseas companions in studying out of the country courses, and students and teachers throughout a number of humanities, STEM, and social sciences.

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Killick (2012) makes a strong argument for encouraging live personal encounters between American and international students to counteract a natural tendency to only stick to the familiar. “When we are entrenched in narrow communities of the like minded, there is a strong tendency to stasis—nonlearning” (p. 382). Urban and Palmer’s (2014) study confirms that international students are eager to serve as cultural resources for American students; however, institutions do not take full advantage of this potential.

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