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International Diversity in EducationSettings OC FOCUS Module 5 Renate Klaassen
Internationalisation Scenarios an awareness activity• Which Scenario is most likely to develop?• Scenario 1: Dynamic Life•...
Signposts             Student                           Social             numbers &             Background               ...
High number of students/tuition/high socialcohesion Scenario 1. Dynamic Campus •   50% of staff and students is from inter...
Low number of students/high tuition/Scenario 2 The Islamic Revolution• One centre of excellence (UT/TUE closed down ;-)))•...
High student number/low fee/lowcohesionScenario 3 Techno-city Delft• Techno-city Delft is created• International students ...
High student number/moderate fee/lowsocial cohesionScenario 4 Second Life• High number of foreign students• Due to climate...
Vote•   Which Scenario is most likely to develop?•   Scenario 1: Dynamic Life•   Scenario 2: Islamic Revolution•   Scenari...
Present reality 2010• Large Student numbers, international  students percentages are growing; 14% of  the Masterstudents o...
• National and internationalProblems?                    students and lecturers doBased on lit./experience                ...
Internationalisation should not be approached as a ProblemInternationalisation is challenge and deals with:• Preparing stu...
University Teaching Qualification            “competencies”-The lecturer is able to:•   Adapt the design of education to i...
Course Overview•   Course day 1: Exploring the hidden dimension teacher roles/student    roles     • Awareness of individu...
Working Methods (Assumptions)Working methods:• Discussions/ group work• Role play/cases• ReflectionsRules with respect to ...
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  1. 1. International Diversity in EducationSettings OC FOCUS Module 5 Renate Klaassen
  2. 2. Internationalisation Scenarios an awareness activity• Which Scenario is most likely to develop?• Scenario 1: Dynamic Life• Scenario 2: Islamic Revolution• Scenario 3: Techno-city Delft• Scenario 4: Second Life• Other Scenarios 5
  3. 3. Signposts Student Social numbers & Background Cohesion Dynamic Campus Techno–city Delft Islamic Revolution Second life high Low Finance & TuitionSignposts
  4. 4. High number of students/tuition/high socialcohesion Scenario 1. Dynamic Campus • 50% of staff and students is from international origin • Majority of students is of Asian background • Highly competitive market • 3TU located on one campus • Limited state subsidy • High tuition (registration) fee
  5. 5. Low number of students/high tuition/Scenario 2 The Islamic Revolution• One centre of excellence (UT/TUE closed down ;-)))• Only master education/no bachelor education• Difficulties recruiting students worldwide and in the Netherlands• Islam is one of the state religions in the Netherlands• Dutch migrants determine politically correct behaviour• TU Financed by Sheik Abdullah from ….
  6. 6. High student number/low fee/lowcohesionScenario 3 Techno-city Delft• Techno-city Delft is created• International students and staff life in segregated areas (china town, little India, de polder, Marakesh, the European quarter, etc)• Tuition fee is kept at a low level, entrance for everyone• Excessive student numbers• Intention/studying hard more important than quality
  7. 7. High student number/moderate fee/lowsocial cohesionScenario 4 Second Life• High number of foreign students• Due to climate change students are not able to travel anymore• Joint degrees/education requires different infrastructure• Virtual classroom/blended learning the main working method• Tuition manageable
  8. 8. Vote• Which Scenario is most likely to develop?• Scenario 1: Dynamic Life• Scenario 2: Islamic Revolution• Scenario 3: Techno-city Delft• Scenario 4: Second Life• Other Scenarios 5
  9. 9. Present reality 2010• Large Student numbers, international students percentages are growing; 14% of the Masterstudents of international origin• Some programmes have reached the tipping point of 30% int. students in their classroom.• High tuition fees for all foreign students, especially for non-eu students• Low level of academic integration of international students.
  10. 10. • National and internationalProblems? students and lecturers doBased on lit./experience not mix spontenously. (Caroll, Ryan 2005) • Difficulties in the int. classroom a.o.: • Teacher/student relationship • Plagerism • Groupwork • Grading
  11. 11. Internationalisation should not be approached as a ProblemInternationalisation is challenge and deals with:• Preparing students for an international work environment• Facilitating learning of International (diverse) Groups• Creating an international dimensions linked to content in education Adapted to the Scenarios we are confronted with in higher education
  12. 12. University Teaching Qualification “competencies”-The lecturer is able to:• Adapt the design of education to intercultural groups• Adapt his/her classroom communication constructively by making use of the various backgrounds of the students.• Deal with communication barriers• Show the added value of cross-cultural co-operation• Discuss potential sources of conflict• Adapt the assessment criteria to international dimension in his/her education
  13. 13. Course Overview• Course day 1: Exploring the hidden dimension teacher roles/student roles • Awareness of individual attitudes • Knowing your population• Course day 2: • Exploring communication patterns • Getting to know your role as a teacher in creating the learning environment• Course day 3: Group work/Conflict management • Learning the added value/pitfalls of International teamwork • E.g. What to do when conflict occurs? • Identifying working metods which helps students to acquire internationalisation competencies
  14. 14. Working Methods (Assumptions)Working methods:• Discussions/ group work• Role play/cases• ReflectionsRules with respect to communication in the classroomAssumptions:• My knowledge/answer is as good as yours• Constructing relevant knowledge together• Be your own Leader in having your questions answered••
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