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I@H: Curriculum Review and Integrating Internationalised Learning Outcomes

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A focus on ways to internationalise the curriculum for all students with an emphasis on writing internationalised learning outcomes

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Internationalisation at Home (IaH) has been defined as “…the purposeful integration of international and intercultural dimensions into the formal and informal curriculum for all students within domestic learning environments” (Beelen & Jones, 2015)

In this session Professor Elspeth Jones will present ways to offer an international experience for all students ,focusing in particular on writing internationalised learning outcomes as part of curriculum design.

Learning objectives from the session:

• Identify opportunities for success for all ‘at home’ students through an internationalised curriculum

• Assess the challenges associated with the implementation of an internationalised curriculum for all ‘at home’ students

• Evaluate ways to internationalise the curriculum for all through on-going curriculum review processes

Professor Elspeth Jones

Elspeth Jones is Emerita Professor of the Internationalisation of Higher Education, Leeds Beckett University UK, and founding editor of the influential book series, Internationalization in Higher Education (Routledge). She was awarded the inaugural North Star Medal of Lifetime Achievement in Transnational Research (Noam Chomsky Global Connections Awards) and is past recipient of the EAIE Award for Excellence in Research. She hosts a YouTube channel featuring conversations with international educators.

Elspeth’s particular interests revolve around the student experience, from strategic leadership to personal, professional and employability outcomes from international mobility, internationalisation of the curriculum at home and abroad, global citizenship and intercultural competence development, as well as the role of languages in internationalisation. She is past Chair of the EAIE’s Expert Community on Internationalisation at Home and has worked with a range of organisations including UNESCO, European Commission, European Parliament, International Association of Universities, Nafsa, the International Education Association of Australia, and a range of universities, ministries and other organisations across six continents.


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