This is the third session in Series III of Architecture for Global Learning and is part of the Fall Group:Global Learning Theory at Work. Learn about our other Series III Fall Group sessions: Designing Curriculum for Global Learning and Relating Research to Global Learning.
This AGL session provides examples of the new ways international educators and employers are identifying and developing students' global competencies; those that 21st century graduates are expected to have as they transition into career paths in an evolving, global marketplace. Presenters focus on examples from different settings. Faculty, career center advisors, and administrators from any discipline concerned with the development of global learning that addresses these labor market requirements will benefit from this session.Student/Retiree members should login to see special pricing.