Internationalization in Action
Leveraging Diversity and Inclusion in Globalized Classrooms
In addition to its theoretical depth, as well as its cultural and disciplinary breadth, this book addresses issues relevant to many different stakeholders, and hence, potential readers in diverse and international settings. This book is of particular importance to those associated with globally mobile popula-tions, which include but are not limited to, academic faculty, higher education professionals as well as those in administrative positions and policy makers who wish to develop a critical perspective on the current practices on inter-nationalization to further their international efforts.
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- About the author
- About the book
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- Table of Contents
- Foreword (Devin G. Thornburg)
- Preface (M. Cristina Zaccarini)
- Introduction (Ching-Ching Lin)
- Part I: Negotiating Language Policies in Higher Education
- 1. Translanguaging as an Act of Ethical Caring in the U.S. International Branch Campus (Keith M. Graham and Zohreh R. Eslami)
- 2. Engaging and Enriching ESL Students through Glocalized Partnerships in Higher Education (Kathleen A. Richards and Zeynep Harkness)
- 3. Linking English and Mother Tongue Writing Courses to Leverage Socio-Academic Integration and Translanguaging (Andrea Parmegiani)
- Part II: Fostering Cross-cultural Interaction
- 4. Virtual Exchange Task Design for a Globalized Classroom (Chesla Ann Lenkaitis)
- 5. One Classroom, Diverse Goals: Pre-Service Teachers and International Students Learning Together (Jan Edwards Dormer)
- 6. The Role of Intercultural Virtual Exchanges in Developing Pragmatic Awareness (Shannon M. Hilliker, Chesla Ann Lenkaitis, and Yahya Bouhafa)
- Part III: Globalizing the Curriculum
- 7. Integrating Global Perspectives at Urban Universities from Campus Life to Writing Classrooms (Lubie G. Alatriste)
- 8. Globalizing the American Classroom with Hong Kong and Bollywood Cinemas (Satish Kolluri and Joseph Tse-Hei Lee)
- 9. Mindful Practice and Cross-cultural Dialogue in a College-Level History Class (M. Cristina Zaccarini)
- 10. Re-imaging Global Learning: Transcultural Interaction in Higher Education (Ching-Ching Lin)
- About the Authors
Leveraging Diversity and Inclusion
in Globalized Classrooms
Ching-Ching Lin and M.Cristina Zaccarini
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About the author
Ching-Ching Lin, Ed.D. is an instructor and practicum supervisor at Graduate School of Education, Touro College. She is Founder and Managing Director of Virtual Exchange 4 Change as well as co-editor of Inclusion, Diversity, and Intercultural Dialogue in Young People’s Philosophical Inquiry (2018).
M. Cristina Zaccarini, Ph.D. is Associate Professor of History and Co-Director of Asian Studies at Adelphi University. She publishes widely in the field of U.S.-intercultural exchange with China and works to bring together international and domestic students, through shared on-campus events.
About the book
Over the past few decades, there have been growing concerns about ways in which diversity and internationalization converge and diverge with one another across different types of educational institutions. This edited volume is one of the first books to investigate meaningful ways of integrating competing goals between internationalization and diversification within the social fabric of campus life and beyond. Each chapter is a call to action that aims to leverage diversity for broader collaboration in higher education institutions in the U.S. and other sociocultural contexts, while providing insights into best practices in navigating diversity through strategic action plans. Each author challenges issues relating to the diversity efforts of internationalization across disciplinary, cultural and national boundaries as well as strategies to strengthen the campus communities’ commitment to diversity and inclusion.
In addition to its theoretical depth, as well as its cultural and disciplinary breadth, this book addresses issues relevant to many different stakeholders, and hence, potential readers in diverse and international settings. This book is of particular importance to those associated with globally mobile populations, which include but are not limited to, academic faculty, higher education professionals as well as those in administrative positions and policy makers who wish to develop a critical perspective on the current practices on internationalization to further their international efforts.
This eBook can be cited
This edition of the eBook can be cited. To enable this we have marked the start and end of a page. In cases where a word straddles a page break, the marker is placed inside the word at exactly the same position as in the physical book. This means that occasionally a word might be bifurcated by this marker.
Table of Contents
Devin G. Thornburg
M. Cristina Zaccarini
Keith M. Graham and Zohreh R. Eslami
Kathleen A. Richards and Zeynep Harkness
Chesla Ann Lenkaitis
Jan Edwards Dormer
Shannon M. Hilliker, Chesla Ann Lenkaitis, and Yahya Bouhafa
Lubie G. Alatriste
Satish Kolluri and Joseph Tse-Hei Lee
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- New York, Bern, Berlin, Bruxelles, Oxford, Wien, 2020. XVIII, 180 pp., 1 b/w ill.