Departmental Bulletin Paper Teaching International Relations in Japan : How to Introduce the Yugoslav Civil War in a Culturally Diverse Classroom

Bertalanic, Bostjan

11 ( 1 )  , pp.107 - 114 , 2018-03 , 城西大学現代政策学部
ISSN:18819001
NCID:AA12218766
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Japan’s higher educational environment has become progressively globalized. The number of international students has been steadily growing and in the university classrooms, students and teachers gather from almost all corners of the globe. In order to meet educational needs of both Japanese and foreign students, a globalized classroom necessitates different, more diversified pedagogical approaches. In the present article, I describe a model to teach about modern international conflicts in a multicultural teaching environment and present my personal experience in the application of the model when introducing undergraduate students at Josai University’s(JU) Faculty of Contemporary Policy Studies to the Yugoslav civil war during the 1990s.
教育実践報告
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