Diversity of thought and culture is not only a part of every classroom, but a part of everyday life. One must no longer travel the world to engage with people from different backgrounds, nationalities, beliefs, and mores. In today’s global economy, it is imperative to be able to seamlessly navigate and adapt to a variety of different cultures to be successful in both professional organizations and individual communities.
Purchase the What are 3 Keys to Teaching Intercultural Competence? 20-Minute Mentor program, presented by Kate Sweeney. This 20-minute program is designed to teach participants three keys to intercultural competency so that students have a strong foundation of intercultural communication that extends far beyond the classroom.
Upon completion of this program, you’ll be able to:
- Learn how to impart intercultural competence skills to students
- Understand how cultural differences impact student’s experience in the classroom
- Incorporate culturally responsive strategies in the classroom
- Recognize how cultural differences are exhibited in the classroom
- Five basic cultural differences we find in the classroom
- Introspection: What messages and experiences shape personal assumptions
- How to foster a more culturally responsive approach to teaching
- What does a multicultural classroom look like?