Understanding student mobility in Europe : an interdisciplinary approach
Joana Almeida (Author)
"Understanding Student Mobility in Europe interprets student mobility in European higher education through an active dialogue between disciplines, voices and variables of interest. Providing the conceptual, methodological, pedagogical and empirical foundations, this book advances readers' understanding of the student exchange experience, whilst outlining guidelines and resources for approaching student mobility and considering how students can gain from cross-border education. Intersecting voices from different disciplines and sojourners, including exchange students, international students and highly skilled immigrants, the book outlines practical guidelines for intercultural curriculum development and assessment, and provides insights, practical ideas, useful terminology and resources to maximise the learning gains of this student population. Split into three distinct parts, the book initially lays the foundational substructure in which an interdisciplinary approach is based. It then addresses questions of practical application by considering the experiences of 50 sojourners in Portugal and the UK through an interdisciplinary lens, and summarises the implications of interdisciplinarity with regards to student mobility in European tertiary-level education. This book is essential reading for academics and postgraduate students interested in student mobility, education abroad practitioners, and policy-makers at institutional, national and international levels"-- Provided by publisher
eBook, English, 2020
Routledge, Abingdon, Oxon, 2020
1 online resource.
9781315098265, 9781351579582, 9781351579575, 9781351579599, 1315098261, 1351579584, 1351579576, 1351579592
Introduction Part 1: Foundations of an interdisciplinary approach 1. Conceptual foundations 2. Educational foundations 3. Methodological foundations Part 2: Applications of an interdisciplinary approach 4. Pre-departure 5. Adaptation 6. Outcomes and Transformations Part 3: Implications of an interdisciplinary approach 7. Conclusions