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Global Workshops


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 Fall 2017 Global Workshops

GCP Faculty Workshops

 

 

Global Certification Express
In this one-day workshop, the GCP Professional Development Specialists will help faculty prepare a certification proposal for an undergraduate Global Citizens course and guide them through the University's course proposal system. The workshop will be held in a library computer lab so that participants can work on their proposals in real time, with the goal of submitting a proposal by the end of the day. Lunch is included, sponsored by Cengage. Register here.
     September 22, 2017, 8:30 am-3:00 pm, LIB 209

   

 

 

 

Teaching with the UN Sustainable Development Goals
The Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) are 17 goals defined by the United Nations to tackle the world's biggest issues by 2030. The SDGs have direct applicability to many different disciplines and encompass a wide range of issues including social justice, gender equity, environmental sustainability, economic equality, and equal opportunity for quality education and healthcare. In this session, we will provide an overview of the SDGs and explore how these goals can be addressed in courses across disciplines.

Note: This workshop is part of ATLE's First Friday event and is held in the Campus Library.
     September 1, 2017

Previous Workshop Topics

Go Global: Strategies for a Global Classroom
Are you unsure whether you want to globalize your course but are interested in trying small steps? Have you decided to globalize your undergraduate course but need ideas? In this workshop, we will explore tips for bringing global issues into the classroom and useful activities for integrating global content in your course. 
 

Beyond the Research Paper: Designing Global Assignments
Interested in getting students actively engaged with global issues? In this session, we will discuss how global assignments can be incorporated into a class period or throughout a semester and into small or large classes. Participants will have the opportunity to consider a variety of assignment approaches that require thoughtful input from their students while keeping the output manageable for the instructor.