DUT Guide on teaching and learning in the international classroom
This DUT Guide offers seven pieces of good advice for those teaching international programmes to diverse student audiences. In essence, the advice is all about being a good lecturer in a higher education context, so the points addressed here are primarily the additional factors that are important to keep in mind when the programme content is internationalised, and the students have different educational, cultural, and linguistic backgrounds.
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