This discussion group is for faculty and administrators to share best practices, ideas, thoughts, reflections, and resources to support community college students for a global economy. 


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Do It Yourself Global Collaboration | New comment by Liping Liu

Maintaining virtual exchanges with our international partners is particularly important in the era of pandemic.  I like how the five tips for global collaboration begin with the right...

Internationalizing Work-Based Learning | New comment by Liping Liu

The Global Industry Analysis Assignment questions are helpful.  The Work-Based Learning in California research report is a comprehensive document. It provides a comprehensive model for...

Engaging Industry Partners for International Success | New comment by Liping Liu

I agree.  We could certainly shift to have more of a global perspective with our advisory committee.  Over the past years, we have been working with our industry partners and implimented a...

Assessment for Global Understanding | New comment by Liping Liu

The animated PBL project was a good example.  Also, I found the "Global Career Readiness Rubrics" helpful. I'm actually using one of the rubric for my course project assessment.  The...

Course Planning for Internationalization | New comment by Liping Liu

My Introduction to the Hospitality and Tourism course already has a multicultural awareness component.  I made changes to the course description emphasising on a global tourism context. ...

Engaging Diverse Students | New comment by Liping Liu

I enjoyed the Columbia University video on Conceptual Learning. We learn by connecting information to what we already know. The idea helps me to instruct the students to make more connections to the...

Developing a High-Quality Internationalized CTE Program | New comment by Nelson Kofie

While my college has at different times pondered the Internationalization of the Curriculum, not much has been done to institute internationalization as a practice.  At minimal, a few faculty...

Do It Yourself Global Collaboration | New comment by Jason Allen

This is a tough one.  I teach automotive and the international parts suppliers greatly effect our business, but we rarely have to deal with anyone outside of our local parts facitlity in order...

Engaging Industry Partners for International Success | New comment by Jason Allen

Jim brings up a good point.  Our advisory committee guides what we teach and what students lack and this is probably where I should request feedback on this topic.

Course Planning for Internationalization | New comment by Jason Allen

Jim and I have similar concerns.  If I add or change any objectives it will need to be approved for implementation, which can take a year + to change.  I believe I can add to the existing...