Introduction: Researching International Pedagogies; M. Hellstén, A. Reid. Theme One: Curriculum Innovation. 1. Internationalisation, globalisation and curriculum innovation; B. Leask. 2. Evaluating the internationalised curriculum; P. Petocz, A. Reid. 3. Close encounters of the cultural kind; S. Trahar. Theme Two: Teaching and Learning Experiences. 4. International pedagogical structures; M. Singh, M. Shrestha. 5. Researching international pedagogy and the forming of new academic identities; M. Hellstén. 6. International education as intercultural learning; H. Tange. 7. Study at home after study abroad; J. Edwards. 8. My bed is infested with insects; M. Bell. Theme Three: Language as a medium of cultural exchange and learning. 9. Language and learning in the Master of Accounting at Macquarie University; J. Tindale. 10. Pedagogical change and its evaluation; K. Kuiper. 11. Pedagogy as dialogic relationship; E. Hirst, R. Brown. Theme Four: Information and Computer Technologies for supporting international pedagogies. 12. Designing learning communities in the 21st century; I. Gibson. 13. Online close and personal; T. Bretag, John Hannon. 14. Creating conditions for intercultural and international learning and teaching; A. H. Gesche, P. Makeham. 15. Opening students' minds; J. M. Sancho. 16. Design of dialogic quality in e-learning; E. Korsgaard Sorensen. Author biographies. Index.
Focuses on internationalisation in the higher education context
Timely provision of ideas to develop internationalised curriculum
Presents models of best-practice in international education