The impact of international students’ classroom presence: exploring intercultural teaching and learning
Time: 10:30 a.m. - 11:20 a.m.
Location: PSU Room 308
Hybrid: Zoom link
Abstract - Intercultural competence, as one of the pillars in public affairs mission, is encouraged to be built into classroom experience. But how do we achieve so? This panel discussion session explores effective practices that advance students’ intercultural competence from both faculty and student’s perspectives. Discussions will focus on curriculum building, classroom interaction, and strategies to communicate with international students as well as facilitate the communication between domestic students and international students.
Key Take-Away for Audience
- Effective practices of curriculum building when having international students in class
- Effective practices of classroom interaction strategies that develop intercultural competence among students
- Effective practices of communication strategies between faculty and international students as well as domestic students and international students