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"Internationalisation of the curriculum recognises the contribution disciplines make towards a globally connected knowledge society."
Liz Grant, CALT
In the video and PowerPoint presentation below, colleagues from the Centre for Applied Global Citizenship outline models for enhanced learning that build capacity for active global citizenship.
In addition, working groups of colleagues from across UCL organised a colloquium on 23 June 2009 to look at issues relating to internationalising the curriculum. These are some of the outcomes.
This project examined the skills that students will need for their global futures, exploring how we integrate this development into our curricula.
This project explored strategies for combating the challenges posed by internationalisation to student assessment.
This project explored the relevance of religion in the curriculum. Written by the Department of Jewish and Hebrew Studies, the downloadable Word document outlines the disciplinary relevance of religion.
Here you can view presentations by 12 guest speakers on their perspectives on internationalisation of the curriculum.
For discipline-specific advice on internationalising the curriculum, contact one of the CALT School-Facing Teaching Fellows.
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