Learning how to teach intercultural competence


Most of you attending WISE 2011 have completed a short pre-workshop survey regarding goals for the workshop, issues you want to hear, and what questions you have. Many identified a goal of learning how to teach intercultural competence, including what activities work effectively with college students. These are great goals. The sessions will cover these […]

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Thank you for joing us at WISE 2010


Thank you to all the attendees who attended WISE 2010 last weekend. The discussions were active and engaging, and many good connections were made. It was great to network with people, talk about different dimensions of intercultural competence, and plan new activities for our students. Please add your comments about what you learned, what questions […]

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WISE 2010 begins today


After months of preparation, WISE 2010 begins today at 1 pm. I look forward to meeting colleagues and talking more about cultural preparation for international study. Please feel free to add your comments to different posts throughout today and tomorrow.

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Registration now open for WISE 2010


After months of planning, registration is now open for WISE 2010. The workshop will take place on February 26-27, 2010, at Graylyn Conference Center in Winston-Salem, NC. Information is online at www.wfu.edu/cis/wise/index.html. Recently, as I have talked with Wake Forest students who have returned from studying abroad, they have told me how important it was […]

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