Example Coursework: Developing Intercultural Competence in Engineering Students

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Abstract

This resource describes a coursework aligned to three key pedagogical approaches of ESD. (1) It positions the students as autonomous learners (learner-centred); (2) who are engaged in action and reflect on their experiences (action-oriented); and (3) empowers and challenges learners to alter their worldviews (transformative learning). Specifically, it requires students to engage in collaborative peer learning (Einfalt, Alford, and Theobald 2022; UNESCO 2021). The coursework is an innovative Assessment for Learning (AfL) (Sambell, McDowell, and Montgomery, 2013) internationalisation at home (Universities UK, 2021) group and individual assessment for first-year civil & environmental engineers enrolled on two programmes (BEng (Hons) / MEng Civil Engineering & BEng (Hons) / MEng Civil & Environmental Engineering).
Original languageEnglish
TypeTeaching Case study/ Toolkit
Media of outputWebpage
Number of pages8
Place of PublicationLondon
Publication statusPublished - 20 Mar 2024

Keywords

  • sustainability
  • student support
  • local community
  • higher education
  • pedagogy
  • education for sustainable development
  • global reach
  • global responsibility

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