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CIS Perspectives | What are the realistic expectations for intercultural learning to occur in schools?
Posted 23/06/2017 11:40

 

 
Have you read the latest entry in CIS Perspectives?
 

WHAT ARE THE REALISTIC EXPECTATIONS FOR INTERCULTURAL LEARNING TO OCCUR IN SCHOOLS?

By Martha Ross, Vienna International School

The CIS Symposium on Intercultural Learning provided the forum for interested educators like myself to reflect on the importance of intercultural competencies within the field of international education. We shared examples of good practice, current research and discussions about student experience, which contributed to interesting debate and raised the consciousness of us all. For two days, we lived in the ideology of intercultural learning. We heard from impressive student key note speakers from The International School of Amsterdam, who reinforced the effects that intercultural learning has had, and will have, on their lives.

After attending the first Symposium last year, I had the opportunity…

 

 


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