Tuesday, February 12, 2013

Institute for Curriculum and Campus Internationalization (ICCI) 2013 at the Center for the Study of Global Change at Indiana University Bloomington

The responsibility of curriculum internationalization does not rest solely on the faculty nor on the administration; rather internationalization should be defined, reinforced, and supported through a dialogue among faculty, administrators, and staff who are responsible for fostering, encouraging, and implementing global learning and teaching on campuses.  If you are faculty, staff, or administrator from a public or private university, research or liberal arts institute, community college, HBCU, TCCU, HSI and any other, you will:
  • Learn how to internationalize your curriculum and campus
  • Understand comprehensive internationalization and the importance of collaboration and dialogue
  • Identify innovative pedagogies, technologies, and best practices
  • Explore the teaching and assessment of global learning objectives
  • Examine strategic planning and measurements of institutional success
  • Become a member of a network of international educators and administrators and much more ...
All participants must join one of two tracks, for the entire institute, that best matches her or his objectives and interests [click track title for description]:
Course Focus:Teaching and Learning
Hilary KahnTrack Leader
George RehreyInstructional Consultant
Campus FocusInstitutional Strategies
Gil Latz,Track Co-Leader
Paaige Turner,Track Co-Leader
Pre-Institute Workshop (Optional)
Sunday, May 19, 9:00am-12:30pm

The Increasingly Comprehensive World of Academic Internationalization

[Click workshop title above for description]
Pre-Institute Workshop Leader

Susan Sutton, Senior Advisor for Internationalization at Bryn Mawr University in Pennsylvania after three decades at Indiana University-Purdue University Indianapolis. Her philosophy of internationalization emphasizes international dialogue and collaboration.

ICCI 2013 Featured Speaker
Caryn McTighe Musil, Senior Fellow and Director of Civic Learning and Democracy at the Association of American Colleges and Universities. Until November 2012, she was the Senior Vice President of the Office of Diversity, Equity, and Global initiatives. She has special institutional expertise in curriculum transformation, faculty development, and assessment with extensive experience in integrating knowledge about global,  civic, and U.S. diversity within higher education.
Poster Session – New this year!
A new addition to the ICCI program is a Poster Session, during which individuals or teams can share their course or campus best practices with all ICCI participants. If you would like to be a part of the Poster Session, come prepared to share materials and/or a PowerPoint on your laptop as fellow participants move from table to table.

Learn more and register at http://globalinstitutes.indiana.edu/

1 comment:

  1. Hello:

    I love this type of event. I am a huge supporter of international education and think that global cooperation and exchange is more and more becoming necessary in higher education. As a campus leader in higher education and an international educator, I strive to connect with other campuses. I will see if I can attend this. Thank you!

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