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October 12, 2011 / andreasterzuk

Internationalization of the U of R

At the request of UR International, I’m giving a three-part series of sessions this semester for the University of Regina’s Centre for Teaching and Learning.  The focus of this series is the internationalization of the University of Regina and what these changes imply for communication, teaching, and learning on campus. The talks are based on literature, my research, and the teaching I currently do around linguistic diversity in schools.

The first session (October 3) focused more generally on globalization and higher education; the second explores intercultural communication (November 1, 3-4 pm, Archer Library); and the third addresses inclusive pedagogical practices for linguistically diverse higher education classrooms (December 1, 3-4, Archer Library). This is the PowerPoint presentation from my October 3 talk: Internationalization of the U of R.

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  1. Jennifer Burton / Oct 13 2011 10:26 pm

    Great! Where can I go to see the first presentation? Archer Library?

  2. andreasterzuk / Oct 14 2011 8:18 am

    The first presentation was actually last week so you’ve missed that one. You can catch the next two, though. Details can be found at the CTL website.

  3. Jennifer Burton / Oct 14 2011 9:24 pm

    Oh geez, I got my months screwed up! Sorry about the ‘question mark correction’…..already said and done I guess! Enjoy your weekend!

    • andreasterzuk / Oct 17 2011 9:55 am

      No problem. I’ll look for you at the next two sessions, if your schedule allows.

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