Resources: Internationalisation

11 resources found for "Internationalisation"
A bibliography for Global Citizenship
This is part of ESCalate Help directory for teacher educators on Global Dimension / Citizenship. It provides brief bibliographical details of books, reports and key publications from the late 1980's onwards in this area. It also features a few links to related websites
ESCalate newsletter issue 1, spring 2005
This is the ESCalate newsletter issue 1, published in spring 2005. Articles in this issue include: Educational stories in the Media, David Egan evaluates the GTCW CPD programme, Liz Browne looks at the impact of the reforms to ITT, Les Caul on Letters from Americans, In conversation with... Professor Bart McGettrick. It is presented as a single PDF file of some 12 pages
ESCalate newsletter issue 6, autumn 2006
This is the ESCalate newsletter issue 6, published in autumn 2006. Articles in this issue include: Topping out - Wendy Belk, Journey of personal discovery - Dr Barbara Pavey, Winning student award essay - Claire Mann, PebblePad e-portfolio from the student perspective - Andrew Jepson and Gary Wright, Report on ‘The academic implications of the Bologna Process’ - Dr Neville Morley, Emergency education - Dr Tony Brown, Now she is singing!'...
Global Citizenship resources for teaching and learning
This section of the ESCalate Help directory for teacher educators website contains downloadable files and web links to organisations that provide real and virtual resources for Global Citizenship. It includes copies of Teaching Controversial Issues - produced by Oxfam and Get Global - Global Citizenship resources produced by a number of organisation - both available as PDF files. With thanks to Donna Hurford from the University of Cumbria for...
How do students feel about studying in a culturally diverse Higher Education environment?
This is an article from the ESCalate Newsletter, Autumn 2008 by Fiona Hyland of ESCalate, about her work on internationalisation, the integration of an international dimension into all activities of a university, focusing on the student experience. At the heart of the problem is perhaps the assumption by institutions and departments that intercultural learning will happen automatically just by having a multi-cultural environment. Of course,...
In conversation with Fiona Hyland
This is an article from the ESCalate Newsletter, Autumn 2008 - an interview with Dr. Fiona Hyland of the ESCalate Bristol team on her work with regard to internationalisation, assessment for learning and educational research
International students and students' unions
Fiona Hyland of ESCalate presented a paper "The HEA / UKCISA ‘Teaching International Students’ project: Improving academic experiences of international students" at this NUS / UKCISA training event "International students and students' unions: Creating a Global Future for all students" at the University of Bradford, 13th October 2010. The PowerPoint slides are available for download and further resources from this event are available on the NUS...
Internationalisation resources
This is a selection of internationalisation resources produced by ESCalate to support the project A Changing World: the internationalisation experiences of staff and students (home and international) in UK Higher Education. Fifteen focus groups were run with staff and with students, both home and international, to listen to their views on what internationalisation meant to them, how it had influenced teaching and learning, and what challenges...
Resources from Developing intercultural competencies in international higher education communities : initiating European conversations
Resources from Developing intercultural competencies in international higher education communities : initiating European conversations, 22 September 2009. Cultural capability – the ability to function effectively in an international and intercultural context - is crucial in the interconnected world of the 21st century. Universities offer an excellent environment for the development of such cultural capability but consideration needs to be given...
Resources from Improving Teaching and Learning for International Students: strategies for supervision & assessment
Resources from the ESCalate / 'Teaching International Students' event Improving Teaching and Learning for International Students: strategies for supervision & assessment, held on 11 May 2010 at the Graduate School of Education, University of Bristol. The themes for the day were: practical approaches to supervising and effective assessment of and feedback to international students. Jude Carroll led a session which identified the issues surrounding...
Teaching international students
Introducing the 'Teaching International Students' initiative. The aims of the initiative are to: 1) raise the profile of teaching and learning for international students; 2) establish a repository of resources and research on teaching and learning for international students; 3) identify and disseminate information and guidance; 4) provide guidance on staff development strategies; 5) establish a network of interested people. The TIS website...