ERIC Number: ED372776
Record Type: Non-Journal
Publication Date: 1992
Beyond the Classroom: International Education and the Community College. Volume I: Internationalizing the Curriculum with an Asian-Pacific Emphasis.
Franco, Robert W., Ed.; Shimabukuro, James N., Ed.
Part of a four-volume set in which community college educators discuss their efforts to internationalize the educational experience of the students and communities they serve, volume I in this series highlights seven different but easily integrated strategies for adding an Asian-Pacific emphasis to the curriculum. Volume I includes: (1) "Developing and Establishing an International Studies Program," by Theo S. Sypris; (2) "The Humanities Department's Asian-Pacific Focus," by Robert Fearrien and Loretta Pang; (3) "Hawai'i's People: Social Science 120," by Jane Fukunaga and Robert Fearrien; (4) "Asian-Pacific Emphasis in the Social Sciences," by Jane Fukunaga; (5) "Designing an Asian Perspectives Course," by Jane Fukunaga and Loretta Pang; (6) "Developing Pacific Islands History," by John Cole; (7) "Developing a Pacific Islands Course and a Track of Studies," by Robert Franco and others; (8) "Internationalizing the Language Arts Curriculum," by Louise Pagotto; (9) "Mathematics and Natural Sciences," by Charles Matsuda; (10) "Upgrading the Sales and Marketing Curriculum with an Asian-Pacific Emphasis," by Irmagard Kop Davis; (11) "Internationalizing the Curriculum in Food Service and Hospitality Education," by Kusuma Cooray; (12) "Internationalizing the General Education Curriculum," by Dick Mayer; (13) "Developing Leeward Community College's Japan Studies Program," by John Conner; (14) "Hawaiian and Pacific Studies at Leeward Community College," by Leialoha Apo Perkins; and (15) "Developing a Marianas Pacific Studies Program," by Barbara Moir. Concluding comments discuss similarities and differences in the approaches of the colleges, successful implementation strategies, and future issues. (KP)
Publication Type: Collected Works - General; Reports - Descriptive
Education Level: N/A
Sponsor: Kellogg Foundation, Battle Creek, MI.; American Association of Community Colleges, Washington, DC.
Authoring Institution: Hawaii Univ., Honolulu. Kapiolani Community Coll.
Grant or Contract Numbers: N/A