Grand Valley Resources
The links below are syllabi from Grand Valley courses that contain a global learning component. Note the variety of ways the instructors have used to bring global content into their classroom including assignments, readings, conversation, out of class presentations, and critiquing local events and activities from a global perspective.
For more information on what knowledge, skills, and attitudes you can bring to your students, Appendix 8 from the Grand Valley Internationalization Review has a suggested list.
The links below are examples of what other institutions are doing to promote internationalization in their curriculum. Some of these resources are sample syllabi, others are links to an institution’s website offering a more in-depth analysis of how and why they have incorporated internationalization into their programs.
Organizations, Books, and Articles
The links below highlight resources offered by various organizations and found in literature.
Internationalisation and Globalisation in Mathematics and Science Education (A hard copy of this book is located in the Padnos International Center in Lake Ontario Hall)
Internationalizing the University Mathematics Curriculum (A hard copy of this article is located in the Padnos International Center in Lake Ontario Hall)
Internationalizing the Psychology Curriculum in the United States (A hard copy of this book is located in the Padnos International Center in Lake Ontario Hall)
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