Advancing Global Citizenship & Intercultural Learning in your School—Assessing the impact

Date: 22 September 2021
Time: 11:00–14:00 Central European Summer Time (CEST) 
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Location: Virtual

How do you assess the impact and know whether students have indeed developed the traits of a global citizen?

Many of the schools we support along their school improvement journeys ask the questions: how do we assess the impact of global citizenship and intercultural learning? How do we know whether students have indeed developed the traits of a global citizen?

This workshop is for CIS member schools that already have a definition of global citizenship and intercultural learning. These schools are ready to assess implementation and its impact on student learning and well-being and to consider questions related to inclusion through diversity, equity and anti-racism (I-DEA).

You can expect to:
  • gain guidance on how to embed global citizenship and intercultural learning in a contextually appropriate, intentional, and systematic way, and how to determine the impact of the activities and learning opportunities offered
  • access sample assessments to use as guidance as you look to assess the impact of the implementation of global citizenship and intercultural learning in your own unique school and context
  • learn from research by workshop facilitator Dr Eeqbal Hassim, Associate Professor University of Melbourne's Graduate School of Education, based on data from CIS member schools to better understand the journey of developing global citizenship and intercultural learning
  • explore ways to promote inclusion through diversity, equity, and anti-racism (I-DEA) in the curricular and co-curricular programmes and in the wider school community

How to register

Registration deadline: 14 September 2021
Fee: €200 (excluding VAT)

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Who is this workshop for?

Heads, principals, and teachers who are ready to evaluate the implementation and assess the impact on students of global citizenship and intercultural learning.

If your institution is considering membership and interested in this event, please email

Workshop facilitators

Chris Green is a School Support and Evaluation Officer at CIS. She supports schools undertaking CIS International Accreditation which has the development of intercultural competency and global citizenship as one of the driving principles underpinning the school improvement process. She has facilitated workshops at regional conferences and symposia focused on developing intercultural competency. Chris is also a qualified administrator of the Intercultural Development Inventory (IDI). She has held leadership positions in international schools in the Middle East, Africa, Asia, and the Caribbean over the past 30 years. She holds a master’s degree from the University of Edinburgh, UK.

headshot of Eeqbal Hassim

Associate Professor Eeqbal Hassim is an internationally recognised expert in intercultural education, the development of complex competencies, and education in transnational contexts. He is an independent education consultant and an Honorary Principal Fellow at the Melbourne Graduate School of Education (MGSE), The University of Melbourne. Eeqbal is an Intercultural Development Inventory (IDI)® and Intercultural Conflict Style (ICS)® Qualified Administrator. He has collaborated with CIS on a broad range of research, global learning, and diversity, equity, and inclusion projects over the last six years. He is also a member of the CIS Board Committee on I-DEA (Inclusion via Diversity, Equity and Anti-racism). Much of Eeqbal’s work focuses on intersections of curriculum, learning, teaching, assessment, and education philosophy. He works extensively with schools, school systems and school organisations, nationally, internationally, and across a range of curricula, to facilitate and assess deep learning and development of intercultural and global competencies. He holds a BA with First-Class Honours and a PhD from The University of Melbourne.

About this series

This is a two-part workshop series to support our members to advance global citizenship and intercultural learning in their schools. You are also welcome to register for the first workshop in the series on 21 September to go deeper: Advancing Global Citizenship & Intercultural Learning in your School—Defining and Implementing.