10 edition of Learning and Teaching across Cultures in Higher Education found in the catalog.
November 27, 2007
by Palgrave Macmillan
Written in English
|Contributions||David Palfreyman (Editor), Dawn McBride (Editor)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||288|
embed teaching and learning indicators at multiple levels within university, with the view of developing some common indicators that can be used across institutions and disciplines. Performance cultures in higher education Higher education systems and institutions worldwide have undergone extensive reform. Good teaching starts from where the students are at, and provides experiences to extend and deepen their understanding. The implications for teachers are that they need to be familiar with technologies which open up access to students at a distance, they need to be flexible in the way they adopt and adapt to teaching across different cultures.
"The shortfalls in higher education get plenty of press today; it can wear you down. The essays assembled in this new volume offer a most welcome counter-narrative. Readers will find rich resources, thoughtful research, and lively stories of the diverse, often surprising ways and places that learning happens—for both students and teachers.". Women’s higher education in the United States by Margaret A. Nash; Leading and Managing e- Learning by Anthony A. Pina; Teaching Across Cultures: contextualizing education for global mission by Jim Plueddemann; Videos/TedTalks. Financial Diaries: How Americans Cope in a World of Uncertainty; Community College Students; College Students; LBGTQ.
'Teaching and Learning in Higher Education explores an exciting new development in higher education: educational enquiry as an approach to improving teaching and informing pedagogical and curricular design. As this welcome guide attractively illustrates and clearly explains, educational enquiry is not just for education researchers and social. This chapter begins by providing background information about the growth of online education at the university-level. It then discusses the successes and challenges of online education particularly cross-cultural communication barriers and research on what strategies for effective cross-cultural communication exists in higher : Tasha Peart.
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Awarded a Bookstore Book Award by the University of Lethbridge Bookstore “The twelve chapters of this book take a comprehensive view of diversity in higher education teaching, learning, and assessment.
the author provides substantive and exhaustive bulleted lists in each chapter, a diverse set of highlighted good practice accounts, and a full chapter devoted to Author: David Palfreyman. Get this from a library. Learning and teaching across cultures in higher education. [David Palfreyman; Dawn Lorraine McBride;] -- Adds an intercultural dimension to the scholarship of teaching and learning, based on data and practical experience in intercultural higher education.
Australian content. In today's world, contact with other cultures is an inevitable part of university and college life. "Learning and Teaching across Cultures in Higher Education" is intended for anyone who has an interest in intercultural aspects of higher education. The book contains theoretical rationale, resources and examples to help readers understand and deal with situations involving contact Cited by: Learning and Teaching Across Cultures in Higher Education contains theoretical rationale, resources and examples to help readers understand and deal with situations involving contact between learners or educators from different cultural backgrounds, as well as giving insights into the new global context of higher education.
Learning and Teaching Across Cultures Good Practice Principles and Quick Guides Betty Leask and Jude Carroll October The Office for Learning and Teaching The Office for Learning and Teaching (OLT) promotes and supports change in higher education institutions for the enhancement of learning and teaching.
Its responsibilities include. In our globalized world, educators often struggle to adapt to the contexts of diverse learners. In this practical resource, educator and missiologist James Plueddemann offers field-tested insights for teaching across cultural differences.
He unpacks how different cultural dynamics may inhibit learning and offers a framework for integrating conceptual ideas into practical experience. Abstract. Cultural issues in teaching and learning are becoming increasingly significant in universities and colleges.
Higher education in many countries has recently seen an increased focus on issues of teaching and learning, balancing the traditional emphasis on the research role of universities and by: 4.
This book examines current trends in higher education and the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning. It introduces readers to pedagogical strategies that instructors worldwide are using to overcome some of the challenges they face in higher education.
To maximize their students’ learning, this work. Within the book, the various creativities that are valued by different stakeholders teaching and studying in the higher music sector are delineated, and processes and understandings of creative teaching are articulated, both generally in higher music education and specifically through their application within the design of individual modules.
Folks: The posting below looks at some of the role cultural context plays in developing and using various teaching and learning styles. It is from Chapter 7, Teaching, Testing, and Measuring Intelligence, Uncovering the Evidence That Cultureal Context is Important, in Beyond Affirmative Action Reframing the Context of Higher Education, by Robert A.
Ibarra. Get this from a library. Learning and teaching across cultures in higher education. [David Palfreyman; Dawn Lorraine McBride;] -- In today's world, contact with other cultures is an inevitable part of university and college life. Learning and Teaching Across Cultures in Higher Education is intended for anyone who has an.
Teaching for cultural responsiveness means that students, pre and in-service teachers, should implement culturally responsive teaching strategies with their own preK or higher education students. Future research should examine whether, how and the extent to which culturally responsive college teaching leads to teachers being more culturally.
Its aim is to disseminate both high-quality research and teaching best practices in tertiary education across cultures and disciplines. HLRC connects the ways research and best practice contribute to the public good and impact the communities that educators serve.
ISSN (Online)Higher Learning Research Communications. This book offers a new perspective on the professional world of higher education.
Using social practice theory, it presents a practice sensibility rooted in concepts which illuminate teaching and learning contexts. The book takes the reader through the social processes occurring within higher education institutions which shape contexts and influence the direction of change.
Leading Learning and Teaching in Higher Education brings together contemporary ideas on leadership, engagement and student learning into a practical solutions-based resource designed for those undertaking the challenge of leading a university-level teaching module, programme or suite of programmes, particularly through periods of transformation or change.5/5(3).
A Handbook for Teaching and Learning in Higher Educationis sensitive to the competing demands of teaching, r esearch and scholarship, and academic management. Against these contexts, the book focuses on developing professional academic skills for teaching. Dealing with the rapid expansion of the use of technology in higher education and.
Title. Cross-Cultural Differences in Learning and Education: Stereotypes, Myths and RealitiesCited by: 8. With increased opportunities for interaction and learning, education around the world is rapidly becoming transformed. The essays contained in this comprehensive yet readable book, strive to provide a thorough examination of the impact these changes are having on how education is defined, whom it serves, and how it is assessed around the world.
This study would give practical hints on students moving out to study in different cultures (e.g. for higher education) and for teachers dealing with students from multiple cultures.
Discover the. This book offers a comprehensive set of guidelines based on a sound theoretical foundation, and empirical research that will enable college teachers to narrow the gap in cross cultural teaching and student learning and assist teachers in transforming learning for all students across the many cultures that exist in the classroom.5/5(2).
Pivotal to the transformation of higher education in the 21 st Century is the nature of pedagogy and its role in advancing the aims of various stakeholders. This book brings together pre-eminent scholars from Australia, Canada, Europe, the Middle East, and the USA to critically assess teaching and learning issues that cut across most disciplines.Learning Across Cultures: Locally and Globally is a comprehensive guide to integrating intercultural learning into the fabric of twenty-first century higher education.
This updated NAFSA classic departs from earlier editions by synthesizing two decades of societal, theoretical, and technological developments.Teaching multicultural education has been a consistent theme in teacher education programs across the United States (Miller, Strosnider, & Dooley, ), yet most institutions of higher education have struggled to incorporate standards for implementing this coursework into their certification and/or endorsement pro-grams.