Teaching in transnational higher education: enhancing learning for offshore international students

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Routledge, Mar 7, 2008 - Education - 272 pages
This book provides theoretical perspectives and practical guidelines for professionals involved in the delivery of programmes for transnational students, in line with that of the Higher Education Policy Institute. Including; increased transnational provision including e-learning and offshore campuses, the rise of professional subjects, and the internationalization of science. It focuses upon the current and emerging issues in transnational teaching and learning, discusses the implications for learners in transnational higher education. Contributors from across the globe include Jude Carroll and Betty Leask cover key topics such as: cultural politics communities of practice student attitudes plagiarism effective teaching language barriers reflective practice technology quality assurance planning andmanagement. Teaching and Learning in Transnational Education provides sounds theory and practical advice for HE administrators and managers involved in running offshore programmes and managing increased cultural diversity within universities, and provides educational developers and HE lecturers with practical advice on improving the experience of the international students.

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