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Learning Across Cultures: Locally and Globally, Third Edition is a comprehensive guide to integrating intercultural learning into the fabric of twenty-first century higher education. This new edition synthesizes two decades of societal, theoretical, and technological developments. It combines established and emerging voices from education, history, anthropology, and communication to provide a holistic perspective on learning across cultures. Topics include:
- Terminology and Intersections
- International Student Identity and the Digital Environment
- Social Psychology in Intercultural Contexts
- Neuroscience Behind Intercultural Learning
- Design and Pedagogy for Transformative Intercultural Learning
- Intercultural Facilitation
- Mindful Reflection in Intercultural Learning
- Learning Outcomes and Assessment
Incorporating the latest theories, research, and practices, this book provides the tools and strategies for building and improving successful approaches to learning across cultures that are applicable to a wide range of contexts.
About the Editors
Barbara Kappler Mikk is assistant dean and director of the Department of
International Student and Scholar Services with Global Programs and Strategy
Alliance at the University of Minnesota.
Inge Ellen Steglitz is the associate director for education abroad and
exchanges in Michigan State University’s Office for Education Abroad.
About the Book
Table of Contents (32kb )
Introduction (87kb )
About the Authors (72kb )
"In this new edition of Learning Across Cultures, the editors note that the 'significance of doing the work has, if anything, increased since the first two editions were conceived and released.' How very true that is. The editors have responded with a broader based compendium of theory and practice that is useful for teachers, trainers, advisers, and facilitators in an array of intercultural learning contexts. Usable as a reader or a reference, this edition can help any practitioner who wants to improve intercultural education or training." —Gary Althen, Retired Director of the Office of International Students and Scholars at the University of Iowa
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