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Internationalisation and the student voice : higher education perspectives / edited by Elspeth Jones.


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Publication date:
New York : Routledge, 2010.
  • Book
  • xxv, 210 p. : ill. ; 23 cm.
Title Variation:
Internationalization and the student voice
Includes bibliographical references and index.
  • Preface: Nurturing the global graduate for the 21st Century: Learning from the student voice on internationalization, Elspeth Jones and Viv Caruana Section I. Student response to internationalization of the curriculum 1. 'Beside me is an empty chair' - the student experience of internationalization, Betty Leask 2. Students as Global Citizens, Douglas Bourn 3. The relevance of the internationalized curriculum to graduate capability: The role of new lecturers' attitudes in shaping the 'student voice', Viv Caruana 4. Student Voices, Internationalization and Critical Conversations in Initial Teacher Education, Jon Tan and Christine Allan Section II. The impact of study abroad and international volunteering 5. Beyond Immersion: Global Engagement and Transformation through Intervention via Student Reflection in Long Term Study Abroad, Gabriele Weber-Bosley 6. Discovering the World: Discovering Myself, Danuta de Grosbois, John Kaethler and Alexandra Young 7. 'Don't worry about the worries': Transforming lives through international volunteering, Elspeth Jones 8. Guided Reflective Journaling: Assessing the international study and volunteering experience, Mark Russell and Linda Vallade Section III. Student learning in the cross-cultural classroom 9. Sometimes it means more work... Student perceptions of group work in a mixed cultural setting, Jane Osmond and Jannie Roed 10. Interactions in the international classroom -- the UK perspective, Neil Harrison and Nicola Peacock 11. Has everybody seen a swan? Stories from the internationalized classroom, Sheila Trahar 12. Mutual Cultures: Engaging with Interculturalism in Higher Education, Viv Thom Section IV. Trans-national education and support for international students 13. The Internationalized Curriculum: (dis)locating students, Valerie Clifford 14. International students and academic acculturation: the role of relationships in the doctoral process, Michaela Borg, Rachel Maunder, Xiaoli Jiang, Elaine Walsh, Heather Fry, and Roberto Di Napoli 15. Refugees: home students with international needs, Jacqueline Stevenson and John Willott.
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Publisher's Summary:
Seeks to take the first steps in analysing the impact of internationalisation initiatives from student perspectives.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)
Jones, Elspeth, 1956-

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