EVALUATING the Effectiveness of Intercultural Teachers by ProQuest


With globalization and major immigration flows, intercultural teaching encounters are likely to increase, along with the need to assure intercultural teaching effectiveness. Thus, the purpose of this article is to present a conceptual framework for nurse educators to consider when anticipating an intercultural teaching experience. Kirkpatrick's and Bushnell's models provide a basis for the conceptual framework. Major concepts of the model include input, process, output, and outcome. The model may possibly be used to guide future research to determine which variables are most influential in explaining intercultural teaching effectiveness. [PUBLICATION ABSTRACT]

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