Helping members internationalize for over 40 years.
May 25, 2022 at 2:30 - 4:00 PM CST
"Crossing the Rubricon: Methods and Metrics for Assessing Global Learning"
Join CCID for this interactive workshop on developing and assessing learning objectives associated with international programs and courses at community colleges. In this workshop, participants will review and receive resources to develop quality learning outcomes and effective techniques to measure their progress. Come with existing program or course-level global outcomes to workshop and improve or just a desire to learn how develop good outcomes. This workshop is appropriate for faculty or administrators wanting to improve or create global or internationalized learning outcomes for their campus programs or courses.
Learning outcomes for this workshop include:
- Understanding global competencies as part of comprehensive campus internationalization efforts
- Identifying goals that align with individual course or campus needs
- Assessing global learning at the program or course-level
- Improving the alignment of learning outcome(s) with assessment
This workshop is part of a new CCID series of professional development workshops aimed at building capacity among member colleges to participate in campus internationalization efforts.
About the workshop facilitators:
Dr. Richard Johnson, Ph.D., Professor of English and Humanities and Director, Office of International Education at Harper College and Fulbright Liaison
Dr. Stephanie Kelly, Ph.D., Executive Director, Community Colleges for International Development and trainer at NAFSA 2022 Annual Conference & Expo
CCID Member Highlights and News
Congratulations to Suzanne LaVenture, Director of International Education at Davidson-Davie Community College, Nadine Russell, Director of the Global Learning Office at Central Piedmont Community College and Melissa Whatley, PhD, Postdoctoral Research Scholar at Belk Center for Community College Leadership and Research at North Carolina State University for being awarded a Stevens Initiative grant for their research project “ASSESSING EQUITABLE ACCESS AND OUTCOMES IN COMMUNITY COLLEGE INTERNATIONAL VIRTUAL EXCHANGE”
Congratulations to Universidad Politécnica de Guanajuato and Fox Valley Technical College for being awarded a 100,000 Strong in the Americas U.S-Mexico Innovation Fund grant for Financial Inclusion and Agricultural Sustainability for Inequality Reduction!