Learning with Adults in an Intercultural Setting

Given the complexity of our increasingly globalized world, educators, international education practitioners, trainers, advisors, mentors, humanitarian aid workers, corporate trainers, and community workers can benefit from considering how adults learn in intercultural settings.

With practical suggestions, activities, and directions on how to encourage and appreciate cultural differences in various environments, this course provides educators and practitioners methods of interacting with adults in a variety of settings.

Course topics:

  • Adult Learning Theory
  • Understanding Intercultural Settings
  • Addressing Differences
  • Facilitating Learning
  • Global and Institutional Challenges
  • Best Practices in Adult Learning

By the end of the course, you will have an understanding of how your own intercultural competence influences your actions and practice. You will leave the course with a personal cultural awareness toolkit to guide you in your next steps in your intercultural awareness journey.

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Certificate for International Education Professionals