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"Internationalisation is about ensuring knowledge is genuinely globally inclusive and not promoting a purely Eurocentric view."
Liz Grant, CALT
Designing a process for learning and teaching
Examples of good practice
- Academic communication: Anne McGee (2009), Hearing the student voice in the global university, CALT
- Professional and key skills development: Theano Moussouri (2009) Facilitating the transition from academia to the workplace
- Teaching and learning activities involving international partners: Marco Federighi (2009) Internationalising Engineering - but isn't it international already?, Engineering Sciences
- Scenario-based learning: Dr Kamna Patel and the Development Planning Unit's real-life planning scenario based on Dar es Salaam
Visit the Assessment for learning page for advice and examples of assessing the internationalised curriculum.
Problem-based learning can be used effectively to encourage learning from an intercultural perspective and/or an international context.
Enquiry-led learning embraces scenario- and problem-based learning. It encourages active learning and effective intercultural group projects.
To find out more about internationalising the curriculum at UCL, contact a CALT schools-facing teaching fellow.
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