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This is the recording of the first 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 Fall Group sessions: Relating Research to Global Learning and Global Learning for 21st Century Workforce Development.

Practically focused, this AGL session presents cases where global learning elements were successfully integrated into the curriculum design process. The presenters, who needed to upgrade their courses with challenging global learning elements, will discuss the processes and outcomes of designing global learning curriculum. Participants who recognize the need to modernize their coursework and classes to meet global challenges by integrating global learning will benefit from this session. Purchase includes the downloadable recording of the live hour-long session.

Session Objectives:

  • Present cases of curriculum design/redesign that established prospects for global learning to occur;
  • Outline the role of the presenter and institutional stakeholders in the design process;
  • Detail how global learning was defined and introduced into curricular programming and activities;
  • Discuss connections between the two examples and participants’ own scenarios; and
  • *Provide tools and handouts for participants to consider during their own curriculum design/redesign. (*Live Event Registration Only).


Jodi CatalineJodi Cataline, MBA
Drexel University
Jodi Cataline, MBA is a clinical professor and fellow in the Center for Teaching Excellence at the LeBow College of Business, Drexel University. Courses taught include Foundations of Business, Start-Up Consulting, For Profit Consulting, Accounting for Professionals, Personal Finance, as well as Intensive Courses Abroad. She further developed curriculum in Foundations of Business sequence by integrating a Global Classroom element since Fall 2015 and is continuing to further Global Classroom development by introducing new elements into the curriculum, including the successful integration of a business simulator in Winter 2016, and in the process of adding new partner institutions. In terms of Global Classrooms she has been a co-author with Dana D’Angelo and Emilee Simmons with a published chapter in The Classroom Unplugged as well as co-authored an online Magna Publications article on Global Classroom administration and execution best practices.

Ann MacLellanAnn MacLellan, PhD
The Community College of Baltimore County
Ann Merck MacLellan, PhD served as the director of global education at The Community College of Baltimore County academic year 2013/2014 and continues as the Coordinator of Global Student Programs and the new lower division Global Studies Certificate, and member of the Global Education Action Board to present. Prior to these official appointments, MacLellan had been the Coordinator of Sociology/Anthropology at the Catonsville Campus of CCBC for 18+ years. As a Professor of Sociology, she has worked to integrate global themes and perspectives into the social science curriculum for over 20 years. She has worked on two national research projects on the high school to college transition, with one culminating in a Jossey-Bass book chapter in 2004. In addition to co-facilitating the first international service project at a community college (working with Mayan children in Southern Belize, 1999-2008), she has presented in the Philippines and China, participated in community work in El Salvador, and co-facilitated a recent study abroad program in Cuba as well as the CCBC UN Youth Summit and Game Jam work. MacLellan is excited about recent global learning (curriculum development) work on the new 2+2 program between CCBC and Swansea University, Wales.