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‘Bringing everyone on the same journey’: revisiting inclusion in higher education
This study investigates inclusion in higher education, examining learning environments for students with physical disabilities (SWPD) and the challenges faced in promoting inclusive education, using an Australian university ...
Managing international student collaborations: An experience report
Knowledge and experience from working in international collaborative projects prepares engineering students for their future careers in a global market. Hence this is an important element in higher education, although ...
Adding a course to the curriculum? dilemmas and problems
The "knee-jerk" implementation of curriculum without study, understanding, proper implementation, and follow-up monitor cannot assure a purposeful addition to educational programs. This research was conducted to assess the ...
English-medium higher education: dilemma and problems
(Ani Publishing, Ani Yayincilik, 2010)
Problem statement: "Non-English speaking" countries have no choice but to learn English in order to survive in the international market. Establishing English-medium higher education institutions is one of the educational ...
Burrowing into the reciprocal learning collaboration of two instructors in an English-medium university in Turkey
This paper explores the authors' experiences as an early career teacher educator and English-language instructor in an English-medium university in Turkey. The theoretical framework shaping their collaboration draws upon ...