|aCross cultural teaching and learning for home and international students :|binternationalisation, pedagogy and curriculum in higher education /|cedited by Janette Ryan.
|aMilton Park, Abingdon, Oxon :|bRoutledge,|c2013.
|axii, 293 p. ;|c24 cm
|aIncludes bibliographical references and index.
|aCapitalising on a multicultural learning environment : using group work as a mechanism for student integration -- Exploring new frontiers in an internationalised classroom : team-based learning and reflective journals as innovative learning strategies -- Developing capability : international students in doctoral writing groups -- Feedback or feed forward? : supporting master's students through effective assessment to enhance future learning -- Internationalisation and quality in higher education : perspectives of English, Australian and Czech senior academics -- The challenges of multi-lingualism for international students in Denmark -- Engaging students in academic transitions : a case of two projects using student voice and technology to personalise the experience -- Business lessons without business : can arts-based training enhance cultural competence? -- Towards the global citizen : utilising a competency framework to promote intercultural knowledge and skills in HE students -- Exploring stakeholder perspectives regarding a "global" curriculum : a case study -- Socrates in the low countries : designing, implementing, and facilitating internationalisation of the curriculum at the Amsterdam University of Applied Sciences (HvA) -- Future curriculum for future graduates? : rethinking higher education curriculum for a globalised world -- Global citizenship and campus community : lessons from learning theory and the lived-experience of mobile students -- Toward the intercultural self : Mahatma Gandhi's international education in London -- A mismatch of expectations? : an exploration of international students' perceptions of employability skills and work-related learning -- Pathologies of silence? : reflecting on international learner identities amidst the classroom chatter -- Raising students' awareness of the construction of communicative (in)competence in international classrooms -- Internationalising the curriculum for all students : the role of staff dialogue -- Developing the multicultural community of practice : starting at induction -- Listening to "other" intellectual traditions : learning in transcultural spaces?