(CRITICAL CONVERSATIONS): WHO COUNTS AS WHAT?
This book discusses the implications for those involved in managing the organizational processes and those designing programmes and supporting the student experience.
Justice Series, Organizational Processes, Critical Conversations, Book Discusses
Internationalizing the university
In a thoughtful and provocative way, this book provides a critical perspective on the rationales, benefits, risks, strategies, and outcomes of internationalization.
Dust Wrapper, Jane Knight, Dust Jacket, Dust Cover
Higher Education in Turmoil: The Changing World of Internationalization by Jane Knight
Higher education in turmoil : the changing world of internationalization
With different pedagogic practices come different ways of examining them and fresh understandings of their implications and assumptions. This book examines these changes and developments.
Systems Change, Robin Usher, Change Co Labs, Pedagogy Space
Globalisation & Pedagogy: Space, Place and Identity by Richard Edwards and Robin Usher
Globalisation and pedagogy : space, place and identity
Developing Cultural Capability celebrates a world that is multicultural and interdependent, encouraging operation beyond local and national perspectives. Conducting cross-cultural research is not new, but this book shows how narrative inquiry may be a particularly rich – and sensitive - approach in such research in higher education.
Book Lists, Cultural Capability, Sheila Trahar, Higher Education, Developing Cultural
Developing Cultural Capability in International Higher Education: A Narrative Inquiry by Sheila Trahar. $14.30. 189 pages. Author: Sheila Trahar. Publisher: T & F Books UK; 1 edition (February 18, 2011)
Developing Cultural Capability in International Higher Education: A Narrative Inquiry by Sheila Trahar
Developing Cultural Capability in International Higher Education: A Narrative Inquiry by Sheila Trahar. $14.30. Publisher: T & F Books UK; 1 edition (February 18, 2011). Author: Sheila Trahar. 189 pages
As more and more countries move towards mass or even 'universal' systems of higher education, institutions other than the traditional universities have an increasingly important role in this provision. However, the role of these institutions and their links with the university sectors varies greatly depending on the distinctive traditions of education.