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Beth Pickard

perspectives Critical Disability Studies is applied as a philosophy and research methodology to interpret and understand the findings from this theoretical perspective, drawing from Emma Stone and Mark Priestley's (1996) and Colin Barnes’ (2003

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Editorial

Walking on the edge: Educational praxis in higher education

Lill Langelotz, Kathleen Mahon, and Giulia Messina Dahlberg

that ‘educational praxis’ is not the only term to stand for what we have been talking about. Philosophies around the world, like ubuntu and Confucianism, similarly locate education within a collective approach that is ‘reciprocal, interdependent and

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Jennifer Dodge, Richard Holtzman, Merlijn van Hulst, and Dvora Yanow

Alfred Schütz; see Berger and Luckmann 1966 ). By contrast with positivist philosophies, phenomenologists argue that the world cannot be apperceived directly through sense data alone. Instead, something intervenes between senses and sense-making – a lens

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Daring spaces

Creating multi-sensory learning environments

Sabine Krajewski and Matthew Khoury

assumption that classroom layout reflects a teacher's educational philosophy and affects participation and engagement of students is forty years old. Robert Sommer established that ‘there is no ideal classroom layout for all activities’ ( 1977: 175 ). Student

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The irony of an ‘international faculty’

Reflections on the diversity and inclusion discourse in predominantly White institutions in the United States

Chenyu Wang

). References Ahmed , S. ( 2006 ), ‘ Doing diversity work in higher education in Australia ’, Educational Philosophy and Theory 38 , no. 6 : 745 – 758 . http://doi.org/10.1111/j.1469-5812.2006.00228.x . 10.1111/j.1469-5812.2006.00228.x Ahmed , S

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Olivia Mason and Nick Megoran

. The question of humanisation and dehumanisation has received significant attention across a range of fields in recent years, including feminist philosophy ( Mikkola 2016 ) and international politics ( Weinert 2015 ). However arguably the most active

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Teaching internationalisation?

Surveying the lack of pedagogical and theoretical diversity in American International Relations

Christopher R. Cook

scattered and inaccessible. They argue the answer partially lies in the fact that the entire field is built on European history and philosophy. Global scholars use theoretical perspectives that are built on Western historical case studies that are then

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International learning experiences at home in Japan

The challenges and benefits of taking English-medium courses for Japanese students

Yukiko Ishikura

). In the field of higher education, the international mobility of students, faculty and researchers, their knowledge and ideas, degrees, schools, programmes, curricula, and even educational philosophies can be seen as a result of globalisation. The

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Stephanie A. Limoncelli

to research and develop relationships with INGOs. With multiple INGOs and one instructor with limited time, this can be difficult. Even with such vetting, a risk remains that there will be discrepancies between INGO philosophies, policies and

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Katie Kirakosian, Virginia McLaurin, and Cary Speck

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