This contribution to the Teaching International Students resources comprises one individual's view of what constitutes the internationalised curriculum and how it might be achieved in the light of issues commonly encountered in the field. The guidance provided here draws on a vast array of work produced by practitioners who have engaged in a scholarship of teaching and learning in order to try to deconstruct understand and evaluate their practice (often in collaboration with their students) in the context of the internationalisation of Higher Education. Much of this work is readily accessible via the web pages of CAPRI Leeds Metropolitan University's Centre for Academic Practice and Research in Internationalisation. If you want to know more about CAPRI further information is provided under 'Resources'.
Internationalising the curriculum - Exploding myths and making connections to encourage engagement
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