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The Influence of Culture and Demography on Classroom Participation: Integrating Technology into the Pedagogical Paradigm
International Business: Research, Teaching and Practice (2009)
  • saurabh gupta, University of North Florida
  • Paul Fadil, University of North Florida
  • Rahul Kale, University of North Florida
Abstract

This paper explores how technology can overcome the negative influences of cultural and demographical differences on classroom participation. The authors propose a theoretically-based, pedagogical paradigm which illustrates how barriers erected by cultural and demographic differences in the classroom can be overcome by utilizing advanced information technology. Finally the influences of classroom participation on various learning objectives are reviewed, propositions are derived from the model, and future research directions are discussed.

Publication Date
2009
Citation Information
saurabh gupta, Paul Fadil and Rahul Kale. "The Influence of Culture and Demography on Classroom Participation: Integrating Technology into the Pedagogical Paradigm" International Business: Research, Teaching and Practice Vol. 3 Iss. 1 (2009)
Available at: http://works.bepress.com/saurabh_gupta/12/