Prof. Katherine Wimpenny

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Name: Prof. Katherine Wimpenny
Country: United Kingdom
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Organisation: Coventry University
Topics of most interest: Global Education as a whole, Citizenship education , Environmental education, Multi- Intercultural, anti-racist education, Social justice education
Types of education of most interest: Higher education, Non formal education
Preference for research approach: Theoretical / conceptual research, Empirical research
Preference for research focusing on: Curriculum, Pedagogy
Online publishing profile or ORCID code:

ORCID: 0000-0002-7338-782X

Recent publications:

Wimpenny, K., Beelen, J., King, V. Hindrix, K., Sjoer, E (2021). Curriculum Internationalisation and the ‘Decolonising Academic’, Higher Education Research and Development (Accepted 08.12.21 In Press)
Beelen, J., Wimpenny, K., & Rubin, J. (2021). Internationalisation in the classroom and questions of alignment: Embedding COIL in an internationalised curriculum. In, Paul G. Nixon, Vanessa P. Dennen & Rajash Rawal (Eds), Reshaping International Teaching and Learning: Universities in the Information Age. (pp. 29 – 45) London Routledge: Elspeth Jones’ Routledge series
Liu, D., Wimpenny, K. DeWinter, A., & Harrison, P. (2021). Students’ Perceptions and Experiences of Teaching and Learning in Transnational Higher Education in China: implications of the intercultural dialogue framework. Teaching in Higher Education

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