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Athina Patelarou
Alkinoos-Ioannis  Zourmpakis
Michaela  Menšíková
Nada Bruer Ljubišić
Maria  Ampartzaki
Eirini Sifaki
Giorgos M. Papadourakis
Stelios E. Papadakis
Michail Kalogiannakis corresponding author
Evridiki Patelarou

Abstract

Universities and educational organizations aim to bring an innovative approach to internationalization in higher education in the digital environment. They focus on enhancing and cultivating the students' communication and intercultural competencies and building self-confidence in an international environment. This study presents an overview of the existing educative strategies and innovative interventions used for integrating/developing International Mobility (IM hereafter) competencies in higher education. For this purpose, we searched various databases following the MOOSE Guidelines for Meta-Analyses and Systematic Reviews of Observational Studies in the last five years. Our findings reveal the literature gap regarding teaching and learning in the content of International Mobility and extend the possibilities for future research directions.

Keywords
teaching and learning, International Mobility, universities, educational organizations

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Supporting Agencies
The authors would like to express acknowledgements and thanks to the European Commission, which is funding the WITEA-ID project, ΚΑ2020-1-CZ01-KA226-HE-094464, under the Erasmus Programme KA2 Strategic Partnerships for higher education, https://witea-id.eu.
How to Cite
Patelarou, A., Zourmpakis, A.-I., Menšíková, M., Ljubišić, N. B., Ampartzaki, M., Sifaki, E., Papadourakis, G. M., Papadakis, S. E., Kalogiannakis, M., & Patelarou, E. (2022). Teaching and learning in the content of International Mobility: An overview of the existing evidence. Advances in Mobile Learning Educational Research, 2(2), 427-434. https://doi.org/10.25082/AMLER.2022.02.011

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