The Impact Of Globalization On Education?

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The impact of globalization on education has been widespread, and it has left its mark on nearly every area of the academic world. Students can now opt to study overseas with improved simplicity through exchange programs, international schools, and specialized programs for international and cross-cultural study. Thanks to the internet and by working jointly in programs with international contemporaries, investigators now have much more access to information. In addition, teachers can expand their understanding by meeting with their counterparts throughout the world, online or through exchange programs. Globalization has aided in the opening up of all corners of the world with prospects of study abroad, and international study abroad has become …show more content…
This could be the result of poor leadership or concern for financial profits that the international program company does not wish to invest in Chinese international students ' futures. Thus, international program leaders and local-school leaders in China do not accentuate the types of courses that would support Chinese students in their international university classrooms. As the research study is based on qualitative methodological research, an interview process yielding subjective opinions is the information gathering instrument that will be employed to respond to the research questions. Qualitative research design is the most suitable mode of researching the data and proposes the best information-gathering tools on why the Chinese international student failure rate is uncommonly elevated in American universities (Jin and Cortazzi, …show more content…
Therefore, participants will be asked questions that lead to their personal opinions and experience. If those involved in the study have a sense of safety and security, they will be more apt to say what they really believe to be true. Feelings of insecurity can cause participants to be less than honest in their responses for fear of repercussions to them emotionally and professionally (Cohen, et.al, 2000). Hence, All questions used on the questionnaires need to shun discriminatory language about gender, sexual orientation, race or ethnic group (Creswell, 2005,

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