The Inclusive Advising for International Student & Exchange Professionals elearning course provides current and future International & Exchange Student Services practitioners with the information and resources they need to develop an inclusive environment where all students are supported in their international endeavors.
Each section is broken into subsections that include an instructional video, examples, key strategies, a quiz or scenario, and self-reflection and action planning. As participants complete each section, they will have opportunities to identify key takeaways and action items that can be implemented in their day-to-day duties.
WHAT YOU WILL GAIN
Those who complete the course will gain:
A foundational understanding of diversity, equity, and inclusion in global education;
An understanding of how inclusive best practices in International & Exchange Student Services can be integrated throughout the educational continuum;
A better understanding of how social identity can impact an international student’s experience;
New vocabulary to facilitate self-reflective conversations with colleagues and students around social identity;
A toolbox of resources and information applicable to International & Exchange Student Services support.
WHO SHOULD ENROLL
The principles discussed in the course will benefit learners from any industry, however the course was developed primarily to support current and rising International Student & Exchange professionals who are:
Interested in a fostering inclusion and belonging throughout the student experience;
New professionals in the field of International Student & Exchange Services;
Graduate students or other professionals interested in entering the field of International Student & Exchange Services;
Interested in developing or deepening understanding of diversity, equity, and inclusion in International Student & Exchange Services.
The 4-week elearning course utilizes an asynchronous learning model, allowing participants to access course material at their convenience. The course content -- consisting of 5 core modules -- is made available on a “dripped” weekly schedule, with 1-2 modules released each week of the program. Content includes instructional videos, articles, quizzes, scenarios, and other activities designed to promote applied learning. Modules will explore topics such as Foundations of Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion in International Student & Exchange Services, Social Identity & the International Student Experience, Role of the Educator, and Holistic Integration of Diversity, Equity, & Inclusion Promising Practices.
COURSE DATES & REGISTRATION
February 28, 2022 - March 28, 2021 | Deadline February 25
Full-time graduate: $249
Group discounts available! Contact us at [email protected]