Share your stories relating to UAA’s International and Intercultural Learning Outcomes at an Open Forum, March 2
Last Updated ( February 15, 2012 )
Friday, March 2, 9-10:30 a.m.
UAA/APU Consortium Library, Room 307
The UAA International and Intercultural Task Force invites you to share your stories relevant to the UAA International and Intercultural Learning Outcomes (listed below) at one of the upcoming Open Forum events.
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The Open Forums will be facilitated in the spirit of appreciative inquiry. We invite you to share your stories while thinking about the following questions:
- How are the outcomes relevant to your work?
- How does or might your department approach helping students achieve these outcomes?
- What kind of change at UAA would contribute to the success of these outcomes?
UAA International and Intercultural Learning Outcomes
- Understands one’s own culture(s) within an Alaska, national and global context.
- Applies knowledge and critical thinking to global and cultural issues, trends and systems and uses diverse frames of reference to address problems.
- Communicates and connects with people in other communities to extend one’s own access to information, experiences and understanding.
- Fosters additional languages, including Alaska Native languages, as a component of the UAA experience.
- Develops an informed critical awareness and understanding of cultural differences, similarities and ambiguities.
- Gains an Alaska, national and international perspective on careers.
Please feel free to contact us for more information: Susan Kalina (firstname.lastname@example.org) and Marva Watson (email@example.com), co-chairs, UAA International and Intercultural Task Force.