Citation: Crose, B. (2011). Internalization of the Higher Education Classroom: Strategies to Facilitate Intercultural Learning and Academic Success. International Journal of Teaching and Learning in Higher Education, 23 (3), 388-395.
Its important for everyone to aware with culture even their own culture and also others culture. The journal entitled ). Internalization of the Higher Education Classroom: Strategies to Facilitate Intercultural Learning and Academic Success is about the enrollment of international student so that the cultural diversity increases in the classroom. So that, kind of solution in order to make all of the student understand, appreciate, and consider each others the university should understand the international learner itself, creating and inviting classroom enrollment, language and international classroom, gives some strategies for overcoming language strategies, consider with classroom interactions, facilitate the discussion in the international classroom, group work in international classroom. So those are some of way that can be used by university in order make all of the international students consider each others who come from different culture. Make all of international students interact each other without considering their background of culture, physical appearance and etc. So that what I can conclude is the faculty role in order to make good classroom environment so that intercultural learning taking place are really important, because not all of international students has high ability to interact with each other.
In my future classroom, I hope I can teach Indonesian student which lives in other countries, so that I can be a teacher in other countries. Because I think Indonesian student in other countries also need a more attention related with education, the majority of them are contacted with other countries culture so that I feel fear if they more behave based on other country rather than their own country. So that I want to make the student which life in other country considers their own culture.