Fostering Intercultural Dialogue
Fostering Interculturality and Global Perspectives at Brookes through Dialogue with Staff
This is a research project to foster dialogue between staff at Brookes who have international teaching experience and those without such experience. The aim of the project is to learn from each other and to explore how curricula and pedagogy at Brookes could be enhanced by this exchange of knowledge and experience, and to make recommendations for action to the University Academic Enhancement and Standards Committee. The project is funded through the Brookes Student Learning Experience Strategy and the prinicipal investigators are:
Valerie Clifford (OCSLD), Professor Martin Haigh (SSL), Dr Juliet Henderson (WIE) and Dr Hamed Adetunji (SHSC)
- The following questions will be addressed:
- What could we learn from approaches to education in other countries?
- What do overseas staff value in our education system?
- How could Brookes become more cosmopolitan?
- What could we learn about staff development needs of staff recruited from abroad?
- What could we do to enhance the international knowledge and experience of our locally trained and internationally inexperienced staff?
Dates relevant to this project are summarised here (word doc)