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Differences In Cultural Expectation Between Faculty And Students In An International Collaboration
2006 Annual Conference & Exposition Proceedings
There have been various attempts in the field of engineering education for international teaching teams to work together. Some projects saw successes and others found difficulties. This paper discusses a case study in developing suitable engineering courses for Japanese students that are taught entirely in English by American engineering professors. A mixed teaching team has been formed between Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology in the US and Kanazawa Institute of Technology in Japan. Itdoi:10.18260/1-2--1359 fatcat:epogsitu7jbtle2qy7ridz22ku