Worlds of Learning: Globalisation and Multicultural Education

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Michael Singh
Common Ground, 2002 - Global method of teaching - 185 pages
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Investigation into the continuing diversity in the Australian student population due to the increasing presence of students from around the world, especially Asia. This changing demographic has meant the creation of a diverse student population, which in turn has created the need for new techniques to manage the changing student and teacher relations. Includes contributor notes and references. Simultaneously published in paperback and downloadable pdf format. Editor is Professor of Language and Culture, the Head of the Department of Language and International Studies, and Foundation Director of RMIT's Globalisation and Cultural Diversity Research Concentration. He has previously written 'Performance Indicators in Education' and 'Equity Issues'.
  

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Contents

The Globalisation of the World of Learning
1
Towards an International and Inclusive Higher Education
11
Implementing a CultureInclusive Curriculum
39
Linking the Backblocks
49
From Broadbanding to Disbanding
59
Cultural and Linguistic Impediments Facing Aboriginal Students in Australia
87
Women and the Challenges of Education
99
Managing Language and Learning Diversity in Higher Education
105
Culturally and Linguistically Diverse Vocational Training in South Africa
117
The Uses of English Language Teaching
129
Universities and Global Governance
151
Indonesian Language Education and the Limitations of Tolerance
169
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