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Universal, Cultural or Personal? Card Game

Intercultural Learning Activity

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Cultural Mentoring Course #4 (E-mentoring)

This one-credit online course from the University of Minnesota is designed for study abroad students to help them understand/process their intercultural experience, skill-set, and knowledge. 

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A toolkit for building intercultural empathy through non-verbal communication NAFSA Bi-regional VI VIII 2022 Presentation

These slides were part of the "A toolkit for building intercultural empathy through non-verbal communication" presentation at the 2022 NAFSA Bi-regional VI and VIII in Pittsburgh, PA.

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Ritual

An activity from Thiagi: "As a teenager, if you ever desperately wanted to belong to a group but you were not permitted to do so, you know how it feels to be excluded. This jolt deals with the concept of exclusion (and inclusion) in groups."

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Poker Face

This activity challenges participants to interrogate how stereotypes affect our first impressions and the value that we place on others. In this activity, participants will place one card from a deck of playing cards on their forehead. They will then interact with each other based on the values on their cards. They will then reflect on how they were treated and how they treated others based on those values. Additionally, they will relate these experiences to issues of diversity, inclusion, and cultural norms.

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Pacing

This activity challenges participants to recognize different communication patterns involving pacing. They will also reflect on how differences in pacing are perceived and how they might interact with individuals who use different patterns from them. In this activity, participants will first learn three different ways that people pace their communication. Then, they will role play using these patterns and discuss how they managed these various roles.

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The Parable

This activity uses a parable—a story that typically imparts a moral lesson—to get participants thinking about cultural differences and similarities. Participants will first read a parable that is provided to them and then discuss their assumptions and moral judgments of the characters based on their own cultural values.

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About this collection

This collection gathers together five validated surveys considered for use by Purdue as part of its Inclusive Advising Initiative, which provided curated learning opportunities to academic advisors about how to work more effectively across racial and ethnic difference.

Constructs which the team wished to measure included self-awareness, implicit bias, cultural humility and intention for self-reflection.

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Self-Reflection and Insight Scale

This instrument was developed to measure capacity for self-regulated learning (also called life-long learning) and reflection among medical students. It measures Insight, Need for Reflection, Intention for Reflection and Engagement in Reflection.

Citation:

Naeimi, L., Abbaszadeh, M., Mirzazadeh, A., Sima, A. R., Nedjat, S., & Hejri, S. M. (2019). Validating self-reflection and insight scale to measure readiness for self-regulated learning. Journal of Education and Health Promotion, 8.

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Scale of Ethnocultural Empathy

This assessment measures: 1. Intellectual empathy, empathetic emotions and the communication between the two. 2. Empathetic feelings and expression; empathetic perspective-taking; acceptance of cultural differences; and empathetic awareness. CAUTION: Some practitioners feel that this instrument, as written centers "whiteness" and privilege, for that reason, it can be an excellent tool for some learners and a harmful tool for others*. We encourage you to read the questions carefully and to think about your learner audience before using this instrument.

Citation: Wang, Y. W., Davidson, M. M., Yakushko, O. F., Savoy, H. B., Tan, J. A., & Bleier, J. K. (2003). The scale of ethnocultural empathy: Development, validation, and reliability. Journal of counseling psychology, 50(2), 221.

*A similar tool which may be of interest if the SEE seems inappropriate for your learner group is the Generalized Ethnocentrism Scale (GENE), developed and validated by Neulip and McCroskey in 1997. [http://www.jamescmccroskey.com/publications/172.pdf]

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Personal Report of Intercultural Communication Apprehension (PRICA) & Personal Report of Inter-Ethnic Communication Apprehension (PRECA)

Intercultural and inter-ethnic communication apprehension is defined as anxiety about communicating across either cultural or ethnic difference. Full question set for both instruments is included in this 1997 instrument.

Citation:

Neuliep, J. W., & McCroskey, J. C. (1997). The development of intercultural and interethnic communication apprehension scales. Communication research reports, 14(2), 145-156.

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Attitude Towards Implicit Bias Instrument (ATIBI)

The ATIBI was designed to measure the attitudes of health professional and students to instruction about implicit bias. It measures: [1] the degree to which an individual values implicit bias instruction, [2] acceptance of implicit bias in oneself, [3] self-awareness & perceived self-efficacy, [4] recognition of the importance of implicit bias instruction, and [5] acceptance of the impact of implicit bias instruction on clinical care.

Citation:

Gonzalez, C. M., Grochowalski, J. H., Garba, R. J., Bonner, S., & Marantz, P. R. (2021). Validity evidence for a novel instrument assessing medical student attitudes toward instruction in implicit bias recognition and management. BMC medical education, 21(1), 1-10.

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Multi-dimensional Cultural Humility Scale (Gonzalez et al, 2021)

This instrument is designed to measure openness, self-awareness, lack of ego, supportive-ness and capacity for self-critique. Questions can be found on page 61 of the attached article. Note that this instrumentwas designed for use in clinical psychology contexts; for the academic advising initiative, the team changed the word "client" to the word "student."  The Purdue study is only using the questions which measure openness.

Citation: Gonzalez, E., Sperandio, K. R., Mullen, P. R., & Tuazon, V. E. (2021). Development and initial testing of the Multidimensional Cultural Humility Scale. Measurement and Evaluation in Counseling and Development, 54(1), 56-70.

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RESOURCE - Kansai University's IIGE

The Institute for Innovative Global Education is another leader on the world stage for COIL. They are especially committed to documenting with rigorous research the effectiveness of COIL and COIL + study abroad combinations of various kinds for intercultural competence development. See their website for more information on virtual education conferences, publications, sample course syllabi, and more. 

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Cultural Mentoring Course #4 (E-mentoring)

This one-credit online course from the University of Minnesota is designed for study abroad students to help them understand/process their intercultural experience, skill-set, and knowledge. 

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Cultural Mentoring Course #6 (On-Site)

This is an in-person, 3-credit course from IES Abroad that seeks to develop students’ intercultural awareness and knowledge as  it applies to management. 

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Cultural Mentoring Course #1 (E-mentoring)

This is a one-credit online course open to select Engineering and College of Science students at Purdue University. While abroad, students will complete supplemental readings and guided assignments which will document their study abroad learning and create a portfolio of individual skill acquisition.

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Cultural Mentoring Course #3 (On-site)

This CIEE on-site course is designed to develop its students' skills, knowledge, and understanding so they can communicate and engage more appropriately and effectively in their host city and in other intercultural contexts.

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Core Cultural Values & Culture Mapping

Presents cultural values such as polychronic and monochronic time on a Likert scale but notes that people could be simultaneously high on both ends. This survey followed by discussion could be used to support cultural self-awareness and to help students recognize complexities in themselves, in others, and in cultural groups in general.

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Movie: Touch (2014)

Touch (Short 2015) - IMDb

Touch is about An elderly Chinese immigrant’s cultural ignorance gets him in irreversible trouble in a public restroom. Despite his harmless intentions, he struggles with his son and the legal system to make the context of his behavior understood. The short film explores the cultural gap between father and son, whilst examining the boundaries in the American judicial system. 

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Instructional Design and Strategies for Multicultural Education: A Qualitative Case Study

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Janakiraman, Shamila, Watson, Wlliam R, Watson, Sunnie & Bawa, Papia. (2019). Instructional Design and Strategies for Multicultural Education: A Qualitative Case Study. Journal of Educational Research and Practice, 11 (9), 300-315. DOI:10.5590/JERAP.2019.09.1.21

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Assessing the intercultural sensitivity of students in an agriculture diversity and social justice course

Lisa Lambert Snodgrass, Pamala V. Morris & Kris Acheson (2018) Assessing the intercultural sensitivity of students in an agriculture diversity and social justice course, Multicultural Education Review, 10:4, 292-309, DOI: 10.1080/2005615X.2018.1532222

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Movie: Hum Tum (2004)

Hum Tum - Rotten Tomatoes

Hum Tum is a 2004 Indian Hindi-language romantic comedy film. Hum Tum follows the encounters of two people who run into each other on several occasions under circumstances ranging from friendly to hostile to cordial to loving. Over many years and countless run-ins, the two despise each other, befriend each other, and fall in love with each other.

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