Dr Kevin Haines is Senior Curriculum Developer for the International Classroom Project at University of Groningen, the Netherlands and academic coordinator of the EQUiiP Erasmus+ project.
Kevin has worked in international Higher Education programs in the Netherlands since 1992, and he specializes in guiding university lecturers and ‘students as partners’ in international classrooms and English Medium Instruction (EMI) programs.
He has published several articles on the impact of the international classroom and English Medium Instruction on learning processes in both the formal and the informal curriculum, and he is also co-author of the IntlUni Principles.
- Haines, K. (2017). Purposeful interaction and the professional development of content teachers: Observations of small-group teaching and learning in the international classroom . In Valcke, J. & Wilkinson, R. (eds.) Integrating Content and Language in Higher Education: Perspectives on Professional Practice . Frankfurt am Main: Peter Lang, p. 39-58.
- Haines, K. & A. Dijk. (2016). Translating language policy into practice: Language and culture policy at a Dutch university. Language Learning in Higher Education 10(2).
- Haines, K., van den Hende, F. & Bos, N. (2015). From Training Initiative to Fully-Fledged Innovative International Programme: A Story of Staff and Student Cooperation at the University of Groningen’s Medical School. In Green, W. & Whitsed, C. (eds.), Critical Perspectives on Internationalising the Curriculum in Disciplines: Reflective Narrative Accounts from Business, Education and Health. Rotterdam: Sense Publishers, p. 159-174.
- Haines, K. (2015). Imagining oneself: Narrative evaluations of the professional identities of learners in a transnational higher-educational setting. In Learning & Teaching, 8(1) p. 30-49.
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- Kevin Haines, University of Groningen
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