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Janka Pieper

Test

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Nikki Leigh Mattson

Empathy

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Nikki Leigh Mattson

Journals in Intercultural Learning

This collection contains journals in the field of intercultural learning, intercultural communication, and scholarship of teaching and learning. 

6 posts

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Lan Jin

Assessment for Social Justice Collection

According to McArthur (2016; see article within this folder):

"Assessment for social justice is a two-pronged concept.  It refers both to the justice of assessment within higher education, and to the role of assessment in nurturing the forms of learning that will promote greater social justice within society as a whole."

This collection includes definitions, models, a list of case studies, a list of suggested instruments, and more. Assessment for Social Justice is a relatively new area of professional practice which coalesced into a movement in North America in 2018.  It has a rich scholarly & theoretical history, however, dating back to at least 1977.

7 posts

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Katherine Yngve

Mentored Undergraduate Research in Global Contexts (MURGC)

Resources for Mentoring Undergraduate Research in Global Contexts (MURGC) generated by the MURGC thinktank led by AAC&U, Elon's Center for Research on Global Engagement, and Purdue's CILMAR

10 posts

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Kris Acheson-Clair

Well-being during pandemic

A collection of well-being resources, webinars, research, and more, to combat the COVID-19 pandemic. 

8 posts

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Lan Jin

Cross-cultural articles and blogs

This is a collection of potentially useful articles for introducing cross- and intercultural topics, attitudes, and perspectives. These articles are not yet associated with experiential activities. Therefore, caution should be used when sharing these articles with participants, especially for inexperienced practitioners. Some of the content in these articles may be polarizing and without proper context, facilitation, and debriefing may cause participants to shut down, become combative/defensive, or reject ideas intended to foster growth. Use with caution.

4 posts

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Daniel Charles Jones

Cross-cultural videos

This is a collection of potentially useful videos for introducing cross- and intercultural topics, attitudes, and perspectives. These videos are not yet associated with experiential activities. Therefore, caution should be used when sharing these videos with participants, especially for inexperienced practitioners. Some of the content in these videos may be polarizing and without proper context, facilitation, and debriefing may cause participants to shut down, become combative/defensive, or reject ideas intended to foster growth. Use with caution.

6 posts

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Daniel Charles Jones

COIL

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Simon Gray

Global Learning

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Simon Gray

Books and movies on cross-cultural interactions

This collection includes fascinating books and movies on interactions between diverse cultures and DEI. It can be shared in IDI debriefing sessions with students.

16 posts

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Lan Jin

Antiracism

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Angela Porcarelli

Perspectives

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Deborah Pembleton

Intercultural Competence Conference - CERCLL: Purdue presentations

A contingency of Purdue faculty, staff, and students from CILMAR, the College of Science, and the School of Languages & Cultures (supported by members of the Office of Study Abroad) traveled to Tucson, Arizona to present on multiple areas of research utilizing intercultural competence instruction and intervention. In this collection are the now public video recordings of their presentations.

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Daniel Charles Jones

White Fragility and Its Critiques

In her 2018 book, White fragility: Why it's so hard for white people to talk about racism, Robin DiAngelo identifies why white people often have negative reactions (anger, fear, guilt, etc.) when asked to challenge their assumptions about race and points out how these negative reactions perpetuate racial injustice. Her arguments have been both lauded -- Ibram X. Kendi recommends it for white readers on his anti-racist reading list -- and criticized. This collection brings together the book and several perspectives on it in hopes of stimulating productive reflection around antiracism. 

7 posts

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Aletha D Stahl

Intercultural Activities for TESOL/TEFL

TESOL ICIS members - welcome to the HubICL! I have collected here some intercultural activities that are especially relevant to your teaching context, but feel free to explore the other 500+ tools in the Digital Toolbox. 

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Kris Acheson-Clair

Virtual ICL

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Daezia Smith