This volume highlights patterns with transnational applications or facets that are nationally/culturally situated. The chapters provide insights on strategies and technologies for teaching and learning that are being used across the world in various unique national/cultural contexts. The perspectives reflect innovations in teaching and learning from Africa, Asia and the Middle East, Europe, Latin America, and North America.
Topics covered include: transnational innovative teaching, innovative learning technologies, electronic portfolio and self-directed learning, on-line teaching and learning in in-service teacher education, dual language learner, outcome-based education, E-learning and simulation, democratic assessment, deliberative dialoguing as a teaching/learning strategy, and smart glasses digital strategy for learning.
Emmanuel Jean-Francois, PhD (2010), University of South Florida (USA), is Associate Professor of Comparative and International Education at Ohio University. He has published several books, monographs, and peer reviewed journal articles. He is the editor of The African Symposium.
This book will be of interest to faculty of colleges and universities around the world who are interested in innovative ways of teaching and using technologies to provide sustainable learning experiences to students.