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Module 10: Teaching and Learning Across Cultures

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Teachers from all sectors – higher education, VET, schools and ELICOS – are increasingly aware of the pedagogical implications of globalisation.
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It is important that teachers think about the educational theories that underpin their practice in the 21st century, including a reflection on their own pedagogical rationales for integrating technology into their global teaching and learning.

This module has been designed to enable you to apply the content into your own context-specific practice. It provides an overview of:

  • what global learning is and/or should be from a local perspective
  • reviewing and redesigning your curriculum using the IoC methodology
  • applying the ‘Good Practice Principles’ to implement and evaluate effective teaching and learning across cultures
  • developing a pedagogical rationale for integrating technology into global teaching and learning.

Resources from various sectors are used throughout the module to maintain a basic and general focus on the 'what' (global teaching and learning). The 'how' (implementing theory into practice) will depend on your specific circumstances, including the sector in which you work.

Target audience

This module will appeal to academics who are looking for a broad introduction to teaching and learning in a global world. It may also be of interest to professional staff looking to enhance their understanding of global learning from an academic perspective.

Learning tasks
  • Task 1: Global citizenship education
    Contribution to online forum discussion

  • Task 2: Using the IoC methodology
    Read and reflect task (Five-stage IoC cycle)

  • Task 3: Effective teaching and learning across cultures
    Read and reflect task (4 questions; 200 words each)

  • Task 4: Technology in global teaching and learning
    Technology in global teaching and learning (2 questions; 300 words).

Learning tasks will be assessed as satisfactory or not satisfactory. Successful completion of all tasks will earn you a digital credential for this online module.

Digital credential

Once you have successfully completed the module, IEAA will issue a digital credential via Credly’s Acclaim platform. Your digital credentials can be easily displayed, verified and shared online – whether it’s your resume, online or social media (LinkedIn, Twitter, Facebook).

If you have any questions, contact us at [email protected].

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Module 10: Teaching and Learning Across Cultures

Teachers from all sectors – higher education, VET, schools and ELICOS – are increasingly aware of the pedagogical implications of globalisation.

It is important that teachers think about the educational theories that underpin their practice in the 21st century, including a reflection on their own pedagogical rationales for integrating technology into their global teaching and learning.

This module has been designed to enable you to apply the content into your own context-specific practice. It provides an overview of:

  • what global learning is and/or should be from a local perspective
  • reviewing and redesigning your curriculum using the IoC methodology
  • applying the ‘Good Practice Principles’ to implement and evaluate effective teaching and learning across cultures
  • developing a pedagogical rationale for integrating technology into global teaching and learning.

Resources from various sectors are used throughout the module to maintain a basic and general focus on the 'what' (global teaching and learning). The 'how' (implementing theory into practice) will depend on your specific circumstances, including the sector in which you work.

Target audience

This module will appeal to academics who are looking for a broad introduction to teaching and learning in a global world. It may also be of interest to professional staff looking to enhance their understanding of global learning from an academic perspective.

Learning tasks
  • Task 1: Global citizenship education
    Contribution to online forum discussion

  • Task 2: Using the IoC methodology
    Read and reflect task (Five-stage IoC cycle)

  • Task 3: Effective teaching and learning across cultures
    Read and reflect task (4 questions; 200 words each)

  • Task 4: Technology in global teaching and learning
    Technology in global teaching and learning (2 questions; 300 words).

Learning tasks will be assessed as satisfactory or not satisfactory. Successful completion of all tasks will earn you a digital credential for this online module.

Digital credential

Once you have successfully completed the module, IEAA will issue a digital credential via Credly’s Acclaim platform. Your digital credentials can be easily displayed, verified and shared online – whether it’s your resume, online or social media (LinkedIn, Twitter, Facebook).

If you have any questions, contact us at [email protected].

When
15/02/2024 - 31/12/2050
Sign in or create an account to register Last day to register is 31/12/2050