"Strategies for Course Internationalization" (web page) offers practical suggestions to "internationalize" your courses, "[e]nsuring that courses and program activities include global perspectives."
"This tip sheet explains how instructors can design internationalized courses and offer[ing] examples of course internationalization strategies developed by Waterloo instructors from a variety of disciplines."
Topics covered include the following:
"10 Tips on How Teach International Students Effectively" (online article) expands (with examples) on the 10 following suggestions for "that will help you establish an open and tolerant online learning environment for all your students":
1. "Find out where your students are from and do a little research on those cultures."
Recognizing and Addressing Cultural Variation in the Classroom (pdf) helps instructors
- Understand the types of challenges international students face
- Explore issues that may affect students in your courses
- Consider strategies successfully employed by faculty at Carnegie Mellon University
The 32-page pdf is divided into three sections and covers the following topics:
1. Background Issues