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Day 1 – What is Cross-Culturally Responsive Teaching Philosophy? Day 2 – Cross-Culturally Responsive Teaching Strategies
Did you know that the Moodle Learning Management System (LMS) was designed specifically for student interaction and collaborative learning? Moodle was developed by Martin Dougiamas of Perth, WA, and released in 2002 as an open source program. It is now used all over the world as one of the most common platforms for delivering online and […]
Post written by guest author Dr Marina Iskhakova from the ANU College of Business and Economics On Day 1, we acquired a core understanding of Cross-Culturally Responsive (CCR) philosophy while Day 2 equipped us with key CCR teaching strategies. Day 3 will focus on a sensitive dimension of CCR teaching […]
Post written by guest author Dr Marina Iskhakova from the ANU College of Business and Economics On Day 1, we identified Cross-Culturally Responsive (CCR) educators as academics who are subject matter experts who are also equipped with CCR teaching strategies. Today’s post explores those strategies in greater detail. In using […]
Post written by guest author Dr Marina Iskhakova from the ANU College of Business and Economics Image by Rawpixel, downloaded from Envato Foundations of Cross-Culturally Responsive Teaching Philosophy On the first day of an MBA program at the Norwegian School of Business, the Professor asked students to describe Starbucks’ market […]
Have you ever wondered how much culture affects your students’ learning? Or, do you believe that teaching should be culture-free? If you have students from more than one cultural background in your face-to-face or online classroom, then this is a must Coffee Course for you. In this Coffee Course and subsequent face-to-face workshop, we will […]
In this final post, we will provide tips and tricks on how to tweak your courses to encourage engagement.
On day 3, we will provide some practical ways to help you plan and design your course to incorporate student engagement.
For day 2, we will discuss ways of identifying “disengaged” students and how we can intervene to help these students get back on track.