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Qualitative identification of learning effectiveness indicators among mainland Chinese students in culturally dislocated study environments
Purpose – This exploratory research project investigated how mainland Chinese business students studying overseas conceptualize and describe the learning effectiveness of ten different instructional techniques commonly ...
Culture clash : teaching Western-based management education to mainland Chinese students in Singapore
Purpose – The purpose of this paper is to investigate a new trend of training mainland Chinese students in Western‐style business education in Singapore. The paper examines the influence of the inferred learning effectiveness ...
Learning in foreign cultures : self-reports learning effectiveness across different instructional techniques
Substantial numbers of Chinese mainland students are enrolled in overseas Western-based business courses but are dislocated from their home cultures. Business education curriculum and course designers need to understand ...
Followers of Confucianism or a new generation? learning culture of mainland Chinese : in pursuit of western-based business education away from mainland China
The mainland Chinese learning culture has evolved due to the rapid changes in the economic, political, cultural and demographic demands. The changing characteristics of the Chinese students’ learning behavioral styles and ...
East versus west : the descendants of confucianism vs. evidence-based learning mainland Chinese learners in pursuit of western-based education in Singapore
Purpose – To understand on the effects of cultural dislocation aspects of mainland Chinese students in their pursuit of western-based education and their influence on the students’ learning styles and, ultimately, their ...