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

Author: Lee Dunn; Michelle Wallace
Publisher: New York : Routledge, 2008.
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'Teaching in Transnational Higher Education' examines the trends and challenges in offering 'offshore' courses that face students, teachers and institutions of higher education around the globe.
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Additional Physical Format: Online version:
Teaching in transnational higher education.
New York : Routledge, 2008
(OCoLC)608609084
Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Lee Dunn; Michelle Wallace
ISBN: 9780415420532 0415420539 9780415420549 0415420547
OCLC Number: 167496090
Description: xxiv, 272 pages ; 23 cm
Contents: Part I: Current and emerging issues in transnational higher education --
1. The impact of trade liberalization on transnational education / Christopher Ziguras and Grant McBurnie --
2. The growth of transnational higher education: the UK perspective / Allison Doorbar and Christine Bateman --
3. Regulation and practice of transnational higher education in China / Futao Huang --
4. Buyer beware (caveat emptor) / Anne Jelfs --
5. The cultural politics of transnational education: ideological and pedogogical issues for teaching staff / Christopher Ziguras --
Part II: Perspectives on teaching --
6. Intercultural dialogue and understanding: implications for teachers / Ting Wang --
7. Dimming down difference ... --
Sandra Egege and Salah Kutieleh --
8. Towards a fusion model for the teaching and learning of English in a Chinese context / Maria Bjorning-Gyde, Francis Doogan and Martin East --
9. Dealing with student plagiarism in transnational teaching / Jude Carroll --
10. Inside thinking/outside issues: reflective practice in Zambia --
journey of uncertainty / Gill Whittaker --
11. Training new transnational teachers: a Malaysian experience / Michael R. Davidson and Rachel Scudamore --
12. Teaching for learning in the transnational classroom / Betty Leask --
Part III: Perspectives on learning --
13. Student perceptions of the internationalisation of the undergraduate curriculum / Craig Zimitat --
14. International outcomes through groupwork in transnational higher education / Maureen Bell, Lois Smith and Lejla Vrazalic --
15. Local time, global space and Glocal identities in transnational education / Catherine Doherty --
16. The professional doctorate in transnational education: narrative inquiry into student experience / Anne Chapman --
17. Experiences of transnational learning: perspectives from some undergraduates in the People's Republic of China and Singapore / Michelle Wallace and Lee Dunn --
Part IV: Implications for institutions --
18. Quality assurance for transnational education: international, national and institutional approaches / Grant McBurnie --
19. Risky business: effective planning and management of transnational teaching / Shelda Debowski --
20. Opportunities and challenges: managing program quality and institutional partnership in a transnational educational context / Chelsea Blickem and Nick Shackleford --
21. Transnational education in Mauritius: quality assurance challenges for program exporters / David Pyvis --
22. Providing instruction, orientation and professional development for all staff involved in transnational teaching / Margaret Hicks and Kylie Jarrett --
23. Intercultural communities of practice / Lee Dunn and Michelle Wallace.
Responsibility: edited by Lee Dunn and Michelle Wallace.
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