This report serves as an exemplary case-study in how student affairs staff can, using backwards design and formative assessment methods, more effectively mentor under-represented students towards greater professional confidence and competence. It details a very conscious connecting of all learning activities to the AACU Intercultural Competence Rubric and evaluation of outcomes of that effort using the Intercultural Development Inventory (IDI), a self-designed survey on confidence and competence, and open-response questions.
Researchers should cite this work as follows:
Ramsey, J. (2019). Global Leadership in Valencia, Spain: 2018 Purdue Promise Study Abroad Outcomes.