Internationalization of the Curriculum in the Disciplines, Critical Perspectives
Internationalisation of the curriculum is the incorporation of international, intercultural and global dimensions into the content of the curriculum as well as the learning outcomes, assessment tasks, teaching methods and support services of a program of study. (Leask 2015, p. 9)
In a challenging, disruptive yet interconnected and interdependent world, graduates need to be life-long,...
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