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  1. Beliefs, Events, and Values Inventory

    Collections | 01 Feb 2019 | Posted by Annette Benson

    The BEVI is an accessible, adaptable, and powerful analytic tool that may be used in a wide range of settings – from education and research to leadership and mental health – to...


  2. Classic research that is still useful - with precautions!

    Collections | 07 Oct 2019 | Posted by Kris Acheson-Clair

    This interactive online tool that allows users to explore cultural values in country comparisons based on Geert Hofstede's classic research works well for both COIL/virtual international...


  3. A cultural values activity for diverse groups - The Parable

    Collections | 10 Oct 2019 | Posted by Kris Acheson-Clair

    We use this often on Purdue's campus in classes and programs that include a good mix of domestic and international students. If you are looking for an activity to encourage deep conversation...


  4. 2019 IPG Workshop #2

    Collections | 14 Nov 2019 | Posted by Daniel Charles Jones


  5. The Shadow Side of Empathy

    Collections | 01 Apr 2021 | Posted by Nikki Leigh Mattson

    Empathy, or the ability to identify with or to interpret the world through the feelings and perspectives of another person, figures as a highly desirable skill for intercultural competence or...


  6. What It Means to be a Global Citizen

    Collections | 06 Jul 2021 | Posted by Niall A Peach

    Watching this video enables participants to explain the meaning of the terms: global citizenship, cosmopolitan and difference and discuss how difference matters in today's society and in their...


  7. Looking for a good worksheet?

    Collections | 18 Jan 2022 | Posted by Kris Acheson-Clair

    Culture mapping gets students to think about their own cultural values, which can be helpful both for self-awareness and in preparation to interact with someone from another language background....


  8. A versatile Values activity

    Collections | 18 Jan 2022 | Posted by Kris Acheson-Clair

    I love that the Human Values Continuum can be so easily adapted. I linked here not only the original tool, but also collection posts that discuss it being applied in different ways, including...


  9. Card game that stimulates conflict

    Collections | 18 Jan 2022 | Posted by Kris Acheson-Clair

    Another great simulation is Barnga, especially if you want to highlight how different cultures "play by different rules" and "define winning in different ways". It is easy and...


  10. The Parable

    Collections | 04 Nov 2022 | Posted by Annette Benson

    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...