The International Classroom, Challenges and Strategies in a Large Business Faculty
The paper explores the attitudes and practices of teachers in a large, internationally diverse, business faculty to identify barriers to, and strategies for enhancing the learning of international students.
||International education, Multi-cultural classroom, Best practice teaching, International students
International Journal of Learning, Volume 12, Issue 8, pp.85-94.
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In 2004 Carol was appointed Director of Internationalisation for the Faculty of Business at the Queensland University of Technology (QUT). Prior to this she was Senior Lecturer in the Brisbane Graduate School of Business at QUT where she still teaches leadership and leadership development. Carol has taught, studied and consulted in Australia, England, South Africa, Europe and Asia. She is Visiting Professor at Stellenbosch University in South Africa and the Copenhagen Business School in Denmark. Before joining QUT Carol had 5 years of professional consulting experience and held senior management positions in Education and the Queensland Police Service where she was manager of corporate planning. Carol's current teaching and research include: leadership, leadership development, small enterprise development and internationalisation with particular regard to teaching issues. Her publications include: a textbook, 'Leadership — an Australasian perspective' (John Wiley 2003), several book chapters including; 'Managing Social Change in Police' and 'Leadership Education in a Changing Workplace' and a number of monographs in the areas of strategic planning, managing change. Most recent journal articles and conference papers are in the area of leadership development and teaching in a multi-cultural environment. She is a Member of the SEAANZ Executive Committee. Her academic qualifications include: a Bachelor of Arts from Durban University, South Africa, A Masters Degree and Ph.D. from Cranfield University, England and a Diploma in Educational Administration from London University.
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