Internationalizing Teaching, Learning, and Curriculum Network

 
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Stephanie Raible
Drexel University

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Recent Discussions

  • Join NAFSA's Conversation on Framing the Global: Entry Points for Learning, Research, and Campus Change
  • Indiana University's 5th Annual Institute for Curriculum and Campus Internationalization
  • Winter Institute for Intercultural Communication (WIIC)

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Framing the Global Faculty Conversation: March 4

What does it mean to “go global”? How can focusing on global phenomena enhance disciplinary approaches and regional studies? Join NAFSA and the editor and authors of Framing the Global on March 4 for a Faculty Conversation sharing how academic leaders are using global frameworks to implement new learning strategie...

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Featured Resources

  • Internationalizing Teacher Education: Resources from NAFSA's 2014 Colloquium
    Handouts, presentations, and related links from the colloquium on internationalizing teacher education held at NAFSA's 2014 Annual Conference & Expo in San Diego, CA.
  • Toward Globally Competent Pedagogy
    Globally competent students require globally competent teachers. Yet often internationalization and global education lack common definitions. Using theory, research, and best practice from leading professionals in the field, this publication outlines frameworks for defining and implementing global proficiency in K-12 classrooms, along with strategies for first bringing this knowledge and training into teacher preparation programs.
  • The Big Picture: Conversations with Experts in the Field of International Education
    In three separate interviews, experts in the field share with NAFSA their view of where things are headed in the field of global higher education, what challenges international educators may face in the coming decade, and how campus leaders and faculty can react to those challenges—and collaborate across the field—in an effort to facilitate more authentic and transformational learning.
  • Accessing Best Practices in Internationalization
    NAFSA has been publishing an annual report entitled Internationalizing the Campus: Profiles of Success at Colleges and Universities since 2003. This resource allows international educators to search for profiles that are most applicable to their particular situation.
  • Engaging Faculty in Internationalization
    Resources that will assist with involving the teaching faculty in the process of internationalization.
  • Internationalization Blogs
    Blogs focused on the Internationalization/Globalization of Higher Education and the forces behind the movement.