Teaching in Globally Diverse Classes Series

The Internationalizing the Curriculum and Campus team is offering a series of workshops and webinars in 2020-21 on "Teaching in Globally Diverse Classes." This series, intended for instructional faculty and staff, is aimed at promoting student engagement in globally diverse classes.

Who should register: The primary audience for these workshops and webinars is faculty, instructors (including teaching assistants), and instructional staff who directly support teaching and learning. Those who are teaching or actively supporting the classroom experience this academic year will benefit the most, as we will be focusing on teaching practices and the ways that participants can apply these practices in their current teaching.

Questions: Please contact globalu@umn.edu.

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Workshop: Facilitating Intercultural Learning in Globally Diverse Classes

A 2-hour interactive online workshop will be offered 4 times throughout the academic year. A 6-hour version of this webinar will be offered in June 2021. This is the same webinar offered multiple times, so please only register for one offering. Learn more about the workshop >>

Webinars: International Student Academic Integration Teaching Activities

A series of 30-minute webinars introduce a curated portfolio of interactive teaching activities that can be utilized broadly across disciplines and courses to promote engagement between international and U.S. students in your classes. Each webinar will focus on a different teaching activity and ways to leverage it for both subject area and intercultural learning. Learn more about the webinars >>

Certificate Program

University of Minnesota participants are eligible to receive a "Teaching in Globally Diverse Classes" Certificate from the GPS Alliance if they:

1. Attend one offering of the workshop: "Facilitating Intercultural Learning in Globally Diverse Classes"

2. Participate in at least 2 of the 30-minute "International Student Academic Integration Teaching Activities" webinars

3. Complete an online survey about your training experiences and specific ways you will apply what you learned to your teaching

Certificates will be awarded by the University’s Associate Vice President and Dean for International Programs and the Director of Curriculum and Campus Internationalization at the conclusion of the academic year in June 2021.