Intercultural competence faculty
The resources in this guide were provided by
Dr. Hilary Landorf, Associate Professor and Director, Global Learning Initiatives and
Dr. Joan Wynne, Associate Professor and Program Leader, Urban Education,
both of Florida International University. They were presenters at Indiana University's Global Learning and Teaching Institute held at IUPUI on March 1, 2013.
Explore the resources as you develop your intercultural competence and social responsibility course. Notice the tabs at the top; these will take you to resources organized by category or field.
LO3: Intercultural competence learning outcomes
- A student identifies and understands the aspects of culturally diverse environments in order to communicate more effectively across cultures; and she analyzes the forms and effects of culturally diverse environments and evaluates strategies for response.
Reflective engagement (.doc)
- A student reflects before and after intercultural engagement in order to identify her own cultural norms and how these norms shape her interactions with others.
LO3: Global learning learning outcomes
- A student articulates the interconnections between at least two of the following: the historical, political, geographic, cultural, and/or socio-economic dimensions within a country or region outside the United States.
- A student explains global interdependence or other complex isues that cross national boundaries.
Intercultural competence faculty development coordinator
Associate Director CWIL
Sophia Program in Liberal Learning, Intercultural Competence Coordinator
50 Spes Unica Hall, Rm 117W