Different perspectives explored in previous chapters have built towards a pedagogical approach for the emerging post-national university which seeks to be Intercultural learning activities in which diverse perspectives are presented and critiqued have been proposed as the ideal spaces for such inclusive and appropriately developmental pedagogies. Where groups or cohorts are somewhat homogeneous, the challenge when planning learning activities is to find ways in which diverse issues and perspectives can be ‘made live’ to students, and their own perspectives can be recognized as challengeable and, indeed, challenged by others. The era of globalization is providing enabling technologies through which this might be achieved.
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