Contextualising learning for the Professions
Modelling future professional behaviour is considered important for our graduates. What balance is necessary between pure academic study and exposure to the 'world of work'
Our cohorts are increasingly diverse, in terms of nationality, mother tongue, educational background and professional experience. This unit explores some of the solutions to support this diversity.
Leveraging social contexts for learning
In the past, we may have regarded students as 'ours' when they attended our classrooms but increasingly we must acknowledge that each individual has a complex range of social contexts within which they work. How do we make that work for the student?
Internationalisation is not just about having students from different nationalities in our cohorts, it also offers opportunities to share different perspectives on a range of issues and these present powerful learning possibilities.