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Working with Others

  • Valeria M. Cabello
  • Nancy Varughese
  • Neil Taylor
  • Rayenne Dekhinet

Abstract

This is the age of globalization with offshore campuses, international schools, a growing number of international students, and multinational companies. Often colleagues are collaborating halfway across the globe and across time zones to meet deadlines and targets which would be unimaginable a couple of decades ago.

Keywords

Professional Development Teacher Educator Educational Psychologist Student Teacher Teacher Education Programme 
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Authors and Affiliations

  • Valeria M. Cabello
    • 1
    • 2
  • Nancy Varughese
    • 3
  • Neil Taylor
    • 4
  • Rayenne Dekhinet
    • 5
  1. 1.School of Education, department of Biology and SciencesUniversidad Central de ChileChile
  2. 2.Researcher at Centro de Investigación Avanzada en EducaciónUniversidad de ChileChile
  3. 3.Service Teaching Coordinator at the School of Life and Physical SciencesRMIT UniversityAustralia
  4. 4.University of DundeeScotland
  5. 5.Bahrain Teacher’s CollegeUniversity of BahrainKingdom of Bahrain

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