Redesigning Internationalisation with Beginner’s Mind
Keywords:Beginner's mind, spiritual approach, self-discovery, intercultural dialogue
Higher education internationalisation carries immense potential to deliver to the cause of intercultural dialogue and understanding. To fulfil this potential, practitioners must consistently challenge mechanisms which reinforce the hierarchy of ways of knowing and being. The answer lies in cultivating beginner's mind rather than competing based on the paternalistic and homogenising ideal of best practice.
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