Internationalizing Teaching, Learning, and Curriculum

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What Counts as Internationalization? Deconstructing the Internationalization Imperative

Buckner and Stein summarize findings from their 2019 study about "what counts" as internationalization, and what this means in practice - asking practitioners to self-reflexively question current internationalization practices and assumptions.

Mar 19, 2019
Why Global Learning Is Foundational to Higher Education

Hilary Landorf and Stephanie Doscher, two co-authors of the new book Making Global Learning Universal: Promoting Inclusion and Success for All Students, explore why and how global learning is foundational to higher education.

May 09, 2018
Between Rhetoric and Reality: The Journey Toward a Globalized Community College

Part of the January 2018 Global Studies Literature Review.

Dec 28, 2017
Curriculum Integration: Best Practices

The resources on this page present case examples of curriculum integration in education abroad.

Aug 04, 2016
Strategic Internationalization: At What Cost? Dr. Desai-Trilokekar explores the possible negative implications of a national policy on internationalization by looking specifically at the Canada case. She offers that Canada’s national strategic internationalization policy depicts a problematic worldview – one that emphasizes societal exclusion rather than inclusion, class hierarchy rather than equity; political borders, rather than mobility; and competition rather than cooperation and reciprocity. In this Trends and Insights, Dr. Desai-Trilolekar addresses these arguments and suggests, provocatively, that the word “strategic” no longer be associated with the word “internationalization.” Feb 09, 2016
Internationalising Higher Education Toolkit

This toolkit complements the strategic direction set out in The Higher Education Academy’s (HEA) Framework for Internationalising Higher Education and offers tools for reflection and planning to help embed the framework into policy and practice.

Jan 06, 2016
2015 Global Learning Colloquia Presentations and Handouts

Global Learning Colloquium on Business Education: Social Entrepreneurship as a Global Learning Framework "At the Frontier: Transformative Impact at Scale" Jeri Eckhart-Queenan, The Bridgespan Group Global Learning Colloquium on Project-Based Learning: Designing Project-Based Experiences for Integrative Global Learning

Jun 24, 2015
Strategic Planning: An Examination of the Role of Disciplines in Sustaining Internationalization of the University

In this qualitative study Melanie Agnew, University of Wisconsin-Whitewater, examines how internationalization is situated in the context of disciplines and argues that institutions will be well served if specific qualities of academic disciplines, a subset of university culture, and its subsequent impact on organizational development were considered in the strategic planning process supporting internationalization.

Jul 16, 2014
NAFSA Research Connections

NAFSA Research Connections highlights new research, explores the ideas raised in the findings, and provides a space to learn and share questions, conversations, and thoughts on global learning, internationalization, and the higher education context.

May 07, 2014
Internationalization in Action

This online series provided by ACE’s Center for Internationalization and Global Engagement offers strategies and good practices used by institutions to internationalize their curriculum and involve faculty in the process.

Mar 25, 2014
Web Portal: Resources for Campus Internationalization

Links to campus internationalization information and resources in 11 U.S. higher education associations.

Aug 29, 2013
Essential Traits for Globally Competent Teachers

Drafted by teacher teams at the 2012 NAFSA colloquium on internationalizing teacher education, these traits describe the knowledge, skills, and dispositions globally competent teachers should possess at the proficient level. Note: This document is still being refined. Please check back soon for a final version.

Nov 16, 2012
Internationalizing Your Educator Preparation Program: CAEP Session Materials

NAFSA sponsored a session at the September 2012 conference of the Council for the Accreditation of Educator Preparation (CAEP), accrediting body for colleges of teacher education. Professors David Moss, University of Connecticut, and Stephen Koziol, University of Maryland, spoke about the importance of preparing globally competent teachers and the strategies and initiatives of their teacher preparation programs. View PDFs of the presentation materials.

Oct 11, 2012
Internationalizing Teacher Education: Resources from NAFSA's 2012 Colloquium

Deans, faculty members, and other interested international educators met at the NAFSA 2012 Colloquium on Internationalizing Teacher Education to articulate aspects of globally competent pedagogy and to consider how to transform the education of future teachers, who will educate tomorrow's global citizens. View PDFs of the presentation materials and colloquium program.

Jun 20, 2012
The Big Picture: Conversations with Experts in the Field of International Education

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

May 18, 2012
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