Intercultural dialogue framework for transnational teaching and learning

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    This chapter attempts to contribute to the understandings of the internationalization of higher education and the broadening of internationalization paradigms through an exploration of an intercultural dialogue (ICD) framework for transnational teaching and learning. The author highlights a shift from a traditional cross-cultural perspective which emphasizes stereotyped differences between cultures to an intercultural dialogue perspective which acknowledges dynamic interactions between hybrid cultural forces. It examines challenges for transnational higher education and discusses the underpinning theories and five key components of the ICD framework: understanding of learners and contexts, culturally sensitive pedagogy, contextualized curriculum, context-specific assessment, and supportive learning environment. The author's lived experience with transnational education is introduced as a case study against which the ICD framework for transnational teaching and learning is applied. The implications for transnational higher education and curricular and pedagogical issues are also discussed.

    Original languageEnglish
    Title of host publicationCampus support services, programs, and policies for international students
    Editors Bista, Krishna, Foster, Charlotte
    Place of PublicationUSA
    PublisherInformation Science Reference
    Pages223-242
    Number of pages20
    Edition1
    ISBN (Electronic)9781466697539
    ISBN (Print)1466697520, 9781466697522
    DOIs
    Publication statusPublished - 1 Jan 2016

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    WANG, T. (2016). Intercultural dialogue framework for transnational teaching and learning. In Bista, Krishna, Foster, & Charlotte (Eds.), Campus support services, programs, and policies for international students (1 ed., pp. 223-242). USA: Information Science Reference. https://doi.org/10.4018/978-1-4666-9752-2.ch012
    WANG, Ting. / Intercultural dialogue framework for transnational teaching and learning. Campus support services, programs, and policies for international students. editor / Bista ; Krishna ; Foster ; Charlotte. 1. ed. USA : Information Science Reference, 2016. pp. 223-242
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