Discussions of practical interventions

Bell, M. (2008). Internationalising the Australian higher education curriculum through global learning. Paper presented at the HERDSA conference, Rotorua, New Zealand. ... The key pedagogy discussed is cross-institutional international discussion using videoconference. (Australia)

Briguglio, C. (2006). Empowering students by developing their intercultural communication competence: A two-way process. Paper presented at the 17th ISANA International Conference, University of New South Wales, Sydney. ... describes a workshop that was implemented with a group of undergraduate students ... to assist them in working successfully in multinational student teams. (Australia)

Chang, S. (2008). Facilitating local-international student interaction and integration through curriculum development. Paper presented at the 19th ISANA International Education Association Conference Auckland, New Zealand. ... key issues in curiculum development, including ... aims and objectives; assessment structure ... (Australia)

Deakins, E. (2009). Helping students value cultural diversity through research-based teaching. Higher Education Research and Development, 28(2), 209-226. ... a research-based teaching approach is effective for motivating university students to value cultural diversity [students are guided through designing a piece of social research] (New Zealand)

Dell, C., & Wood, M. (2010). Internationalisation and the global dimension in the curriculum. Educationalfutures, 2(2), 56-72. ... rather than focusing solely on how we 'internationalise', we would achieve more with an approach that embeds internationalisation within the broader content of global perspectives and global citizenship. ... Practical examples of activities to introduce the global dimension into the curriculum ... (UK)

Eisenchlas, S. A., & Trevaskes, S. (2003). Teaching intercultural communication in the university setting: An Australian perspective. Intercultural Education, 14(4), 397-408. (Australia)

Leask, B. (2004). Internationalisation outcomes for all students using information and communication technologies (ICT's). Journal of Studies in International Education, 8(4), 336-351. (Australia)

Leask, B. (2009). Using formal and informal curricula to improve interactions between home and international students. Journal of Studies in International Education, 13(2), 205-221. ... describes two interventions within the informal curriculum, a mentoring scheme and peer-assisted study (PASS) sessions [and] the strategies incorporated into these to encourage intercultural interaction ... (Australia)

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