With the proliferation of international education initiatives, research into the transfer of pedagogy across cultures is essential to ensure that quality education is delivered in a culturally accessible form. One of the factors impeding such research is the lack of widely accepted theoretical frameworks (Dimmock & Walker, 2005). This paper examines the development and effectiveness of a cross cultural framework that was used to compare a Business program at a Canadian College with its branch campus in Qatar (Prowse & Goddard, 2010). Findings are compared to results in the literature to gauge the robustness of the framework. The framework developed in the study was found to be a helpful means of allowing a comparison of pedagogy across two cultures.
Prowse, J. (2014), "Cross-cultural comparison: piloting an analytical framework", Learning and Teaching in Higher Education: Gulf Perspectives, Vol. 11 No. 2, pp. 91-114. https://doi.org/10.18538/lthe.v11.n2.159
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