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Learner Relationships in Global Higher Education
A Critical Pedagogy for a Multicultural World




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ISBN 9780367271145
April 12, 2021 Forthcoming by Routledge
300 Pages 8 B/W Illustrations

 
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Book Description

Providing the academic community with a robust and highly practical insight into the importance of implementing relationship building into the learning environment and experiences of all students, underpinned by current research, this innovative volume explores intercultural learning and critical pedagogy in the borderless university.

By revealing cutting edge theoretical perspectives and practice which can facilitate critical connections between diverse students, their learning, curriculum, each other, and their communities, Learner Relationships in Global Higher Education integrates academic and student perspectives on relationship development into academic practice. Drawing upon case studies and examples of good practice from across the globe, this book illustrates how practitioners in diverse contexts are designing student experiences in face to face and online contexts on and off campus to advance learner relationships. By situating this work in a critical pedagogy perspective, the book advances internationalisation in and for a global and multicultural world.

In the changing contexts of global higher education this book is a valuable tool for higher education researchers and practitioners at all stages of their career.

Table of Contents

1. Higher education for freedom: Escaping the single story  2. Human learning for empowerment: Transforming perspectives  3. Learning environments for growth: Promoting reciprocity  4. An academic curriculum for all: Embedding inclusivity  5. Group learning for engagement: Facilitating dialogue  6. Assessment for mutual learning: Engaging in partnership  7. Harnessing the optional curriculum: Transforming experience  8. A critical pedagogy for a multicultural world: Facilitating intercultural relationships

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Biography

David Killick is a Senior Fellow of the Higher Education Academy and holds a National Teaching Fellowship. His university roles have included being Head of International Programmes and Head of Academic Development.

Monika Foster is a Principal Fellow of the Higher Education Academy. She is currently the Head of Business and Management at the University of Sunderland.