Pedagogical engineering in intercultural teams: critical success factors

@article{Evans1998PedagogicalEI,
  title={Pedagogical engineering in intercultural teams: critical success factors},
  author={Daniel S. Evans and St{\'e}phanie Vergnaud},
  journal={International Journal of Educational Management},
  year={1998},
  volume={12},
  pages={149-153}
}
Based on actual cases, this paper asserts the factors necessary for successful development and implementation of educational programmes in intercultural teams. The findings, based on the authors’ several years of experience in the field, suggest that international course development is a resource‐intense activity that must take into consideration the cultural differences and core competencies of the institutions involved if the course development is to be successful. 
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