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Internationalisation of the curriculum: some personal thoughts!. Mandy Asghar April 2013. “Despite the rhetoric concerning internalisation of the curriculum, changes mainly focus on inducting international students into the western educational system…”

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“Despite the rhetoric concerning internalisation of the curriculum, changes mainly focus on inducting international students into the western educational system…”

Clifford V (2009) The necessity to empower students to challenge and reshape higher education curricula in a global age, Reflecting Education Vol 5, No. 1, February 2009, pp. 4-15 http://reflectingeducation.net

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Students felt that staff needed to have an understanding of other cultures

  • They sometimes felt lonely
  • Sometimes stereotyped as lazy
  • Experienced study shock

Clifford V (2009) The necessity to empower students to challenge and reshape higher education curricula in a global age, Reflecting Education Vol 5, No. 1, February 2009, pp. 4-15 http://reflectingeducation.net

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Changing the approach to the curriculum

    • Contributions
    • Additive
    • Transformative
    • Action

Banks (1993) cited in Morey, A. (2000) Changing Higher Education Curricula for a Global and Multicultural World, Higher Education in Europe, Vol. XXV, No. 1

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Or

    • Exclusive
    • Inclusive
    • Transformative

Kitano (1997) cited in Morey, A. (2000) Changing Higher Education Curricula for a Global and Multicultural World, Higher Education in Europe, Vol. XXV, No. 1

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Betty Leask

  • Questionnaire on Internationalisation of the Curriculum.
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