Master of Arts in Teaching (MAT)
This paper is a case study of The British School of Cotonou, an international school located in Benin, West Africa. The case study examines the common claim international schools make about providing international education. A closer look at the composition of the teaching and administrative staff, the curriculum, the teaching methodologies, and parent-teacher attitudes about the importance of learning about one’s host country shows the opposite. International education cannot be attained without including the host culture in the international school’s learning environment. Examples of the parent-teacher survey are included, as well as summaries of survey results.
Bilingual, Multilingual, and Multicultural Education | International and Comparative Education
Jacobsen, Alisha L., "Inclusion of Host Culture in International Schools: A Case Study of the British School of Cotonou" (2002). MA TESOL Collection. 393.