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Plenary

15:45 - 17:15

The future of internationalisation and how we enable students to become global citizens for the 21st century

Professor Jo Angouri, Strategic Lead: Internationalisation, University of Warwick

Jo Angouri is the Strategic Lead for the Internationalisation component of Warwick’s Education Strategy. She works with the Pro-Vice-Chancellor (Education) and in close partnership with Warwick’s International Students' Office, academic departments and the University of Warwick Students' Union. Professor Angouri leads on the development of existing and new mobility schemes with strategic partners and on the intercultural experience on- and off-campus, to ensure Warwick delivers an excellent student learning journey which is international, interdisciplinary and inclusive.

Unpacking the global classroom: strategies for engaging staff and students with curriculum internationalisation

Dr Anthony Manning, Dean of Internationalisation, University of Kent

As Dean for Internationalisation, Anthony is responsible for the development, review and implementation of international activity across the University. As Kent adopts a 360 degree approach to internationalisation, this involves key aspects of education, research and student experience. Anthony's particular area of academic specialism is in the teaching and assessment of English for Academic Purposes (EAP), Modern Foreign Languages and Academic Skills. Anthony’s recent publications are associated with training for educators in the assessment of EAP. Anthony is also one of the principal authors of the Transferable Academic Skills Kit (TASK), published by Garnet. He has also authored other texts for students and teachers of EAP and English for Specific Academic Purposes with Cambridge University press, Oxford University press and Garnet.

Anthony first joined the University of Kent in 2010 as Director of the Centre for English and World Languages, having previously worked at the University of Reading as Assistant Director to the International Study and Language Centre. During his career Anthony has also taught in France, Germany, China and Japan.

Globalising the curriculum: Future student identities in a multicultural globalising world

Dr David Killick, Emeritus Fellow, Leeds Business School

David spent his early career teaching English as a foreign language in various countries. He is a National Teaching Fellow and Senior Fellow of the HEA, with extensive experience in internationalisation of the curriculum and the development of international programmes. David’s publications focus on cross cultural capability, critical and culturally relevant pedagogies, and global citizenship. He is currently co-authoring a book on developing intercultural relationships. David is also a qualified mountain guide, and a strong believer in the transformative power of outdoor education for young people.

Changing landscapes in international higher education: How the academy is lagging behind the shift in centres of power in the world

Dr Janette Ryan, International Education Consultant

Janette Ryan has over two decades teaching experience in higher education in the UK, China and Australia. She was Director of the Higher Education Academy’s Teaching International Students Project from 2009 to 2012 and helped to develop its national Internationalising Higher Education Framework. She has published widely in international education including Cross cultural teaching and learning for home and international students (Routledge, 2012) and Teaching international students: Improving learning for all (Routledge, 2005) (co-edited). Her new book, Education in China: Philosophy, politics and culture was published by Polity in March 2019.

Discussant: Professor Jo Angouri and Q&A