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Cross-cultural Education and the Cultivation of Innovative International Talents

Chen Chunmiao

Abstract


China needs more innovative international talents to support its international development strategy in a long run. Crosscultural education shoulders the important mission of enhancing cross-cultural understanding, improving cross-cultural literacy, and
cultivating innovative international talents. Traditional education is often based on knowledge imparting and passive learning. The
cultivation of innovative international talents needs to go beyond knowledge imparts, take thinking practice as the core. The essay sets the
“seven key points” as targets, and "SMART" as the model to achieve the cultivation of international innovative talents through the crosscultural education of “internationalization at home".

Keywords


Cross-cultural Education; Innovative International Talents; Cultivation Targets; "SMART" model; internationalization at home

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.18686/modern-management-forum.v6i10.5852

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