ERIC Number: ED329116
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1990
Reference Count: 0
The Globalization of Higher Education.
Clayton, Thomas, Ed.
Cross Currents, v17 n2 Spec Iss Fall 1990
This special issue of a journal on language teaching and cross-cultural communication includes both regular articles and forum essays. Regular feature articles include: "Is Japanese English Education Changing?" (Yoshie Aiga); "Textual Schemata and English Language Learning" (S. Kathleen Kitao); "Visuals and Imagination" (Alan Maley); "Oral Language Taping and Analysis for Teacher Training" (Elizabeth Leone); "Who Does What With Errors?" (Joyce M. Taniguchi); "Expanding the Intercultural Perspective" (William McOmie); and "Rapid-Fire Questions for Better Communication" (Robert Ruud). Forum essays on the topic "The Globalization of Higher Education" include "An American Comprehensive Public University Linked with a Japanese Municipality" (Jared Dorn); "The Internationalization of an American University" (William G. Davey, Lynne A. McNamara); "An American Community College in Japan" (Anthony Butera); "An American University English Language Institute in Japan" (Steven Brown, Dorolyn Smith); "Teaching in Japan: Excerpts from the Temple University Japan 'Faculty Guide'" (William F. Sharp); "Review of 'Profiting from Education'" (Scott Jarrett); "The Role and Value of Accreditation in American Higher Education: At Home and Abroad" (Majorie Peace Lenn); "Preparing Malaysian Students for American University Education" (Janice Nersinger); and "The Globalization of Education: A Malaysian Perspective" (Terry Fredrickson). Book reviews, publication announcements, and calendar announcements are included. (MSE)
Descriptors: Accreditation (Institutions), Audiotape Recordings, Classroom Techniques, Community Colleges, Educational Change, English (Second Language), Error Correction, Faculty Handbooks, Foreign Countries, Higher Education, Imagination, International Education, Language Teachers, Multicultural Education, Questioning Techniques, School Community Relationship, Second Language Instruction, Teacher Education, Visual Aids
Publication Type: Collected Works - Serials
Education Level: N/A
Authoring Institution: Language Inst. of Japan, Odawara.
Identifiers: Japan; Malaysia; Schema Theory