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Learning Across Cultures, Third Ed., Kindle

Learning Across Cultures: Locally and Globally is a comprehensive guide to integrating intercultural learning into the fabric of twenty-first century higher education.

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Learning Across Cultures, Third Ed., Universal

Learning Across Cultures: Locally and Globally is a comprehensive guide to integrating intercultural learning into the fabric of twenty-first century higher education.

$24.37
$32.50

Learning Across Cultures: Locally and Globally, Third Ed.

Learning Across Cultures: Locally and Globally is a comprehensive guide to integrating intercultural learning into the fabric of twenty-first century higher education.

$24.37
$32.50

Making Global Learning Universal

This new book provides a model for achieving global learning for all students, encompassing a wide variety of modes, experiences, cocurricular activities.

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Managing Student Participation in Noncredit Programs Abroad


The number of students participating in non-credit programs, including internships, service learning, and volunteering abroad, continues to rise. But with many students enrolling independently, without involvement from their home institution, how can participation be recorded, monitored, and assessed for any risk or safety issues?

How can relevant stakeholders stay apprised of these activities? What best practices can institutions put in place to capitalize on student participation in non-credit programs?

Learn what methods work and the benefits of keeping statistics that can support positive public relations, generate useful data to secure more funding for international programming, and help expand student global learning options.

Objectives
After attending this webinar, participants will be able to:
  • Identify what institutional policies and systems are needed to accommodate the increase in non-credit internship programming;
  • Develop a strategy to collaborate with registrars, deans, campus program administrators, and off-campus providers;
  • Ensure appropriate safety and monitoring measures are implemented;
  • Recommend best practices to manage student participation in non-credit programming;
The content will be relevant to those working in education abroad, risk management, internships, third-party providers, and extracurricular programs.

Sharing NAFSA webinars is a cost-effective method of staying up-to-date on the hottest topics facing the field today. Invite as many attendees as you wish for the price of one registration! Not able to attend? Purchase the recording for future use.
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Model Internship Abroad Programs for Pre-Service Teachers

In this webinar, the discussion leaders and participants note the importance of four critical components for a deep learning experience abroad: guided cross-cultural learning; connecting experiences abroad to the curriculum; developing partnerships; and, managing administrative and operational issues. The discussion also covers a range of international experiences for teacher candidates: short-term study tours and courses; study abroad exchange programs; short-term teaching practica; and student teaching internships.

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NAFSA Global Preparation Lens

NAFSA’s Global Preparation Lens for the InTASC Model Core Teaching Standards is intended to facilitate opportunities for teacher educators and teachers to recognize and develop globally competent teaching within the InTASC framework.

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NAFSA's Guide to International Partnerships - Kindle

This book delves into the parameters of international partnerships, identifying sound practices for the cultivation of partnerships that foster deep, rich, and sustainable connections internationally.

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Navigating the Intercultural Classroom

Integrate intercultural communicative competence in the English language classroom.

Teachers are cultural informants. The resources teachers use and their interactions with students convey meanings that are both linguistic and cultural. It is important for ESOL teachers to guide students toward integrated intercultural/language learning that will carry them through diverse life experiences. This book goes beyond theoretical discussions and provides concrete methods for integrating intercultural communicative competence into the language classroom through its inclusion of practical examples, engaging activities, and real-life case studies. Develop both the consciousness and the practical skills required to navigate the increasingly intercultural English learning classroom.

Explore the topics of:

  1. Intercultural communication and teaching culturally diverse earners
  2. The role of intercultural communicative competence in language teaching and learning
  3. Teacher as a cultural informant and classroom strategist
  4. English for academic purposes programs and cultural expectations
  5. Employment preparation programs and cultural integration
  6. Employment preparation programs and cultural integration
  7. Technology and computer-mediated intercultural communication
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