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Appetizer International Diversity in Education Settings

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  • 1. International Diversity in Education Settings OC FOCUS Renate Klaassen
  • 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. Signposts Student numbers & Background Finance & Tuition Social Cohesion Signposts Dynamic Campus Techno–city Delft Islamic Revolution Second life Low high
  • 4. High number of students/tuition/high social cohesion
    • 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. 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. High student number/low fee/low cohesion
    • Scenario 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. High student number/moderate fee/low social cohesion
    • Scenario 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. 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. 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. Problems? Based on lit./experience
    • National and international students and lecturers do not mix spontenously. (Caroll, Ryan 2005)
    • Difficulties in the int. classroom a.o.:
      • Teacher/student relationship
      • Plagerism
      • Groupwork
      • Grading
  • 11. Internationalisation should not be approached as a Problem
    • Internationalisation 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. 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. 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. Working Methods (Assumptions)
    • Working methods:
    • Discussions/ group work
    • Role play/cases
    • Reflections
    • Rules with respect to communication in the classroom
    • Assumptions:
    • My knowledge/answer is as good as yours
    • Constructing relevant knowledge together
    • Be your own Leader in having your questions answered