- What intentional and specific intercultural knowledge, attitudes or skills assignments did you provide to students?
- What were the specific and measurable learning objectives of these assignments?
- Dissecting the learning objective statement, what was the activity?
- What was the assessment?
- What was the specific intercultural objective?
- How did this assignment go?
- What might you do different in the future or suggest to others?
I explored a website a few days ago and ran across the conscious competence learning model for learning and change. Please read more information here.
I am wondering if we can see an application of this model to intercultural training and study abroad when working with students, staff, and faculty?
What assignments associated with intentional Intercultural Learning will you be doing before, during or after your study abroad trip?
Welcome to the discussion blog for Intercultural Learning 101: Study Abroad. The goal of this discussion blog to provide a quick and efficient place for us to share, discuss the assignments we use on study abroad and to learn from each other. Many of you were specifically invited to consider adopting, adapting or modifying the assignments in the Intercultural Learning 101: Study Abroad “tool kit” located here.
To start the discussion, which assignments from the tool kit did you utilize and in what ways did you modify or improve the tool kit assignment? OR What non-tool kit assignments did you use and where do you suggest they place on the AAC&U Intercultural Knowledge and Competency VALUE Rubric?