6. Academic Writing and the International Imperative

Linda Steinman
2011 Collected Essays on Learning and Teaching  
Internationalization at the university level may be envisioned in various ways. Often, it is considered along the economic dimensions: money in, money out; international fees; and international articulation possibilities for both education and business. Harris (2008) argues for a less economic, more cultural interpretation of internationalization. Otherwise, internationalization is in danger of degenerating (or translating) into instrumentalism and consumerism. This paper focuses on the
more » ... uses on the classroom where so many students themselves are international beings and looks at how faculty might manage, integrate, and learn from this classroom-level reality.
doi:10.22329/celt.v2i0.3200 fatcat:bnprrogirra4npfm3wesddfvh4