CULTURAL ORIGINS OF PATTERNS OF PARTICIPATION IN MULTI-CULTURAL CLASSROOMS

@inproceedings{Clarke2012CULTURALOO,
  title={CULTURAL ORIGINS OF PATTERNS OF PARTICIPATION IN MULTI-CULTURAL CLASSROOMS},
  author={Y. Clarke},
  year={2012}
}
In order to accommodate the learning styles of students from a wide variety of cultural backgrounds, we need to consider the cultural origins of the patterns of participation displayed. In this chapter we report the detailed analysis of Overseas Educated (OSE) students' experience of first year university physiotherapy classes (utilizing a problem-based learning tutorial format) as an empirical example of teaching and learning in a multi-cultural setting. In particular, the analysis examines… CONTINUE READING

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