Global Learning in Higher Education
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On completion of this course students should be able to achieve the following learning outcomes:
- Critically review international trends and pedagogies in higher education
- Examine how learning and teaching differs between cultures
- Design inclusive curriculum which supports learners from diverse backgrounds
- Design curriculum that supports the development of knowledge, skills and the application thereof, required for employability in a global economy.
- Internationalisation and globalisation of higher education; international trends and pedagogies in higher education; inclusive learning and teaching practices.
In order to enrol in this subject, you must be accepted into one of the following degrees:
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This course takes a theoretical and historical perspective to explore the complexity of the current dual phenomena of internationalisation and globalisation of higher education. It explores both the global and the local manifestations of the phenomena of globalisation on Australian campuses and beyond. The course actively engages students in the application of their learning through the development of an authentic curriculum and learning and teaching practices that recognises student diversity with an emphasis on intercultural perspectives, international students, and importance of global citizenship of all students (domestic included). This foundation enables students (educators) to internationalise their pedagogy, discipline content, and teach and model the incorporation of the positive role of different cultural practices in preparing students for careers in a global economy.
Critique of Literature (1,000 Words) - 30% Written Report - Curriculum Change Report (2,000 words) - 40% Teaching Plan Design (1,500 words) - 30%
- Written Critique of Literature: (1,000 words) (30%)
- Curriculum Change Report (2,000 Words) (40%)
- Teaching Plan Design (1,500 Words) (30%)