A fundamental understanding of internationalized education is needed to decide whether to utilize the methodology in innovation instructional frameworks. Internationalized education is described as developing and executing global education programs. As a result, instructors incorporate principles of globalization into curriculum. Instructors facilitate student understanding of the tenets of globalization; incorporate a high-level of engagement; provide opportunities for innovation; extend curriculum beyond traditional modes of instruction; encourage students to use personal and professional experience to express how they understand topical matter; set deadlines and guidelines, but extend exceptions to students or student groups who elevate topical matter by incorporating innovation, reflectivity, and entrepreneurship. Further, improving the execution of innovation in the classroom is critical in providing substantive examples to extend innovative practices to students. Additionally, this expose provides an analytical discourse of content formats that are most effective for online learning for internationalized education. There are many instructional and curriculum design elements that instructors must be aware of when developing internationalized education programs. Likewise, institutions must focus on learner needs with regard to preparing students for the workforce.
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