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East Meets West, or Vice-Versa: Exploring a Hybrid Pedagogical Approach to Global Instruction
Marketing Management Association Proceedings (2006)
  • Ronald Paugh, Ashland University
  • Oscar McKnight, Ashland University
  • Jun Gong, Ashland University
Abstract

In an increasing multicultural classroom a Confucian-Socratic framework is used to highlight fundamental differences in learning approaches between Eastern and Western cultures. However, educators must also be aware of inherent similarities if best practices are to be gleaned and implemented with ingenuity in the classroom. Therefore, innovations and insights into the qualitative-quantitative continum of contemporary research are offered as an analogue to help build a hybrid model of global instruction. A new Mobius Model of Global Instruction is introduced that emphasizes a multicultural perspective

Keywords
  • Confucian; Socratic; multicultural; global instruction
Publication Date
2006
Citation Information
Ronald Paugh, Oscar McKnight and Jun Gong. "East Meets West, or Vice-Versa: Exploring a Hybrid Pedagogical Approach to Global Instruction" Marketing Management Association Proceedings (2006)
Available at: http://works.bepress.com/oscar_mcknight/7/