Caroline Walta

Australia has continuously positioned itself in a cultural transition. Its interaction with neighboring countries and regions, as well as with migrants from those regions, has built an environment where society must engage at increasingly greater levels of intercultural sensitivity. As Australians, our professional and academic lifeworlds and require that we become inter-culturally sensitive, through a cultural engagement with others. This has well become the case in teacher education. Teacher education in universities in Melbourne have developed programs to provide student teachers with opportunities to develop syllabii for teaching programs globally, by learningRead More