Teaching Culture

By Anne Fox | Links to exercises and articles about increasing ICC in an educational context or exploring classroom culture.

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Unesco

Mark Easton @BBCMarkEaston on Twitter<p><b>The virtue of tolerance is regarded as fundamental to the British character. We are taught that our respect for the values, ideas and beliefs of others is somehow written into our national DNA.</b><p>Indeed, the government has passed a law requiring teachers and other …

Child Abuse

<b>Armed only with food cooked by grieving mothers, Guadalupe Cruz enters the battle to prevent young people from dying on Chicago's streets.</b><p>She's driving to the funeral of Jose de Jesus Aguilar, 14 - the third she's attended in six weeks. Jose entered a rival gang's territory in a stolen car with a …

Personal Organizing

Empatico activities spark empathy, curiosity, and kindness among students around the world<p>Empatico activities help students practice social skills …

Teaching

Should I stop speaking my native language with my child? In my 20+ years as a bilingual speech-language pathologist, this is the question I have …

Language Learning

Intercultural/Global Competence Assessment Tools

Intercultural/Global Competence Assessment Tools Compiled by Carine Ullom, EdD Last update: February 22, 2018 …

Transcript of "Why it's worth listening to people you disagree with"

We get stronger, not weaker, by engaging with ideas and people we disagree with, says Zachary R. Wood. In an important talk about finding common …

Multicultural, Cross-cultural, & Intercultural Games & Activities

Barbarash, L. (1999). <i>Multicultural Games.</i> Champaign, IL: Human Kinetics Press, 1999. 75 games from 43 countries or cultures.<p>Bell, R. C. (1979). <i>Board</i> …

Echo Chambers | In Principle

Sign In<p>Use one of the services below to sign in to PBS:<p>You've just tried to add this video to your Watchlist so you can watch it later. But first, we …

The tiny ways prejudice seeps into the workplace

Microaggressions are everyday slights and indignities some people encounter all the time - while others aren’t even aware they’re committing them.<p>To a female CEO: “Can I speak with your boss?”<p>To a man who’s a nurse: “Wow, you don’t see many male nurses.”<p>To an LGBTQ intern: “Huh, you don’t sound …

Mental Health

Award-winning program introduces international students to Greek life

Intercultural Conversations, a program developed last fall at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln which strives to integrate international and …

How Teens Understand the Nuances of Culture

Harvard

Online Facilitated Dialogue | European Youth Portal

If you are part of a youth organisation then Connect Collaborate is the course for you - meet up with young people from youth groups across programme …

How Teachers Can See Students' Identities As Learning Strengths

<b>GIVING STUDENTS A MEANINGFUL VOICE</b><p>George Sirrakos’ first teaching experience was in the Bronx, and although he grew up in New York City, he had …

The Roots of the Baobab: The Invisible Part of Culture

The upper baobab – the above-ground part of culture – is what cultural books and guides often cover.<p>Pick up any book on the business culture of any …

Intercultural walking workshop in Tharaka, Kenya

Story highlights<p>Walking workshops can help participants to learn, reflect as well as encourage exchange of knowledge that leads to action<br>• An …

How to disagree well: 7 of the best and worst ways to argue

A classic essay defines different ways to disagree, from the worst to the best, with lessons that ring true in our divisive times.<br>Read More

Critical Thinking

Embedding and Assessing Compassion on the University Curriculum

Global and Cultural Competency | International Affairs Office

<b>Why Global and Cultural Competency?</b><p>The U.S. Department of Education’s (ED) International Strategy lays out its commitment to prepare all U.S. …

Education

Why Intercultural Competence is Essential — and How Schools and Businesses Are Helping People Develop It

When human resources expert Kendal Callison visited her U.S.-based company’s office in Italy for the first time 14 years ago, she set up hour-long …

Education

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