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This highly interactive session will showcase a range of innovative data-driven tools, new research, and other initiatives that have been leveraged successfully to advance faculty engagement in U.S. education abroad. Panelists will provide examples from numerous institutional contexts to ensure broad appeal and potential replication including: data-driven approach to curriculum integration (CI); research on leveraging education abroad as a high-impact practice linked to student retention, persistence, and academic performance; and creative ways study abroad providers support faculty engagement and curriculum integration efforts.

This highly interactive session will showcase a range of innovative data-driven tools, new research, and other initiatives that have been leveraged successfully to advance faculty engagement in U.S. education abroad. Panelists will provide examples from numerous institutional contexts to ensure broad appeal and potential replication including: data-driven approach to curriculum integration (CI); research on leveraging education abroad as a high-impact practice linked to student retention, persistence, and academic performance; and creative ways study abroad providers support faculty engagement and curriculum integration efforts.

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Innovations for Advancing Faculty Engagement and Curriculum Integration

  1. 1. INNOVATIONS FOR ADVANCING FACULTY ENGAGEMENT AND CURRICULUM INTEGRATION Maritheresa Frain, CIEE ● Hsiu-Zu Ho, Univ. of California ● Anthony C. Ogden, Michigan State Univ.
  2. 2. Overview 2  Welcome & Introductions  Interactive Survey  Innovations for advancing:  Curriculum Integration  Campus partnerships  Faculty Engagement  Interactive Activity  Additional Resources  Discussion
  3. 3. Please participate in our Live Poll! 3 To participate in the entire poll: Respond with your mobile device at pollev.com/uceapstudyab082
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  9. 9. INNOVATIONS FOR ADVANCING Hsiu-Zu Ho ● Gordon Schaeffer Yeana Lam ● Emily Graham University of California Education Abroad Program
  10. 10. Hsiu-zu ho 10
  11. 11. University of CA Education Abroad Program 2015-16 11
  12. 12.  UCSB Registrars Database  UCSC Registrars Database  UCM Registrars Database  UCI Registrars Database  UCSD Registrars Database  UCB Registrars Database  UCSC GE Matrix  UCSB GE Matrix  Multi-campus Registrars Database (majors)  Multi-campus Psy Major Matrix Faculty Engagement in AI: Registrars Degree Audit Databases 12
  13. 13. Faculty Engagement in AI: Registrars Degree Audit Data – UCSB 13
  14. 14. Faculty Engagement– UCSC General Education/Breadth 14
  15. 15. Faculty Engagement in AI: Degree Audit Data – Multi-Campus 15
  16. 16. Faculty Engagement in AI: Registrars Degree Audit Database 16  Provides info on credit types received for EA courses  Reduces academic barriers & enable more students to participate in EA  Increases efficiency of course approval process  Enhances integration of EA & dept curriculum  Promotes course approvals/pre-approvals  Multi-campus data sharing can further all above
  17. 17. Faculty Engagement via Academic Integration Grants 17 2014-15 Campus Department UCB Psychology UCB Peace & Conflict Studies UCD Languages and Literatures UCD Animal Science UCI Interdisciplinary: German Program & Engineering UCI Public Health UCR Chemistry UCSD Sixth College UCSB MCDB UCSC Film & Digital Media 2015-16 Campus Department UCD Anthropology & Sociology UCD Biology Academic Success Center - College of Biological Sciences UCLA College Academic Counseling, College of Letters & Science/ Division of Undergraduate Education UCR Religious Studies UCSB Physics & CCS Physics UCSB Psychological & Brain Sciences UCSC Anthropology UCSC Psychology
  18. 18. Faculty Engagement via Academic Integration Grants 18
  19. 19. Faculty Engagement in Curriculum/Academic Integration 19  Utilize Registrars’ degree audit data  Include EA on dept websites/MAPs  Incorporate EA into major degree plans  Review policy on max EA units/courses allowed  Publish list of previously-approved EA courses  Review and approve new courses  Develop pre-approved list of coursework
  20. 20. INNOVATIONS FOR ADVANCING Anthony Ogden Michigan State University
  21. 21. Tight Coupling of Goals, Priorities and Outcomes Institutional Goals Office Priorities Program Purpose Curricular Outcomes Student Learning Outcomes
  22. 22. Michigan State University: Building Beyond Tomorrow
  23. 23. Int’l Studies and Programs: Thematic Strengths
  24. 24. Michigan State University: Regional Engagement
  25. 25. Michigan State University: Relationships
  26. 26. Michigan State University: Building Beyond Tomorrow
  27. 27. The Spartan Model: Integrated Advising Matrix for Education Abroad 27
  28. 28. Leveraging Confucius Institutes for International Education & Exchange 28  Goal: To offer faculty member the opportunity to learn first-hand about international higher education issues in China and to further enhance education abroad programming in China.  Predeparture: An introduction to education abroad, with an emphasis on curriculum integration; an introduction to Chinese culture, language and society, and; an introduction to higher education in China.  While abroad: Various lectures; visits to a range of established and emerging programs; and cultural activities in Beijing, Tianjin and Shanghai.  Upon Return: A series of debriefing meetings to discuss the site visit and develop college-specific action plans. The Rise of International Cooperation in Higher Education 21st Century China: Views from the Field, 2017, C. Johnstone and L. Li Ji.
  29. 29. Leveraging Confucius Institutes for International Education & Exchange 29
  30. 30. INNOVATIONS FOR ADVANCING Maritheresa Frain CIEE
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  32. 32. How Many MSI Students Study Abroad?
  33. 33. How Do MSI’s Contribute to Study Abroad? 33
  34. 34. • Presidential Leadership • President’s Annual Workshop on International Education • Faculty Leadership • Penn’s Annual Elevate Conference in Philadelphia • CIEE’s Faculty Training on International Education @ Elevate & IFDS training on faculty-led programs in Santiago, DR • Student Leadership • Frederick Douglass Global Fellows for student leaders nominated by college presidents
  35. 35. 35 MSI Presidential Leadership Workshop 2015 ELEVATE
  36. 36. 36 MSI Presidential Leadership Workshop 2015 •IDEAS •TRENDS •MODELS
  37. 37. 37 MSI Presidential Leadership Workshop 2015 37% 32% 27% 24% 23% 21% 21% Teach Communication Skills Encourage/Require Foreign Language Skills Encourage Studies Overseas Develop International Research Partnerships Teach Leadership Skills Encourage Require Classes on International Subjects Bring In International Faculty/Students Developing Global Competencies Recommendations to Universities from Employers (British Council, 2012)
  38. 38. 38 MSI Presidential Leadership Workshop 2015
  39. 39. 39 MSI Presidential Leadership Workshop 2015 Study Abroad Destinations - IIE Open Doors Top 25 OD RANK 2013/14 COUNTRY Open Doors CIEE RANK 2013/14 CIEE 2012/2013 2013/2014 Y/Y % Change 2012/2013 2013/2014 Y/Y % Change Pax % of Total Pax % of Total Pax % of Total Pax % of Total 1 United Kingdom 36,210 13% 38,250 13% 6% 22p 65 1% 89 1% 37% 2 Italy 29,848 10% 31,166 10% 4% 27q 69 1% 82 1% 19% 3 Spain 26,281 9% 26,949 9% 3% 1 1,622 25% 1,677 22% 3% 4 France 17,210 6% 17,597 6% 2% 7q 358 6% 396 5% 11% 5 China 14,413 5% 13,763 5% -5% 4q 422 7% 516 7% 22% 6 Germany 9,544 3% 10,377 3% 9% 19p 59 1% 147 2% 149% 7p Ireland 8,084 3% 8,823 3% 9% 17p 66 1% 113 1% 71% 8q Costa Rica 8,497 3% 8,578 3% 1% 21q 100 2% 75 1% -25% 9q Australia 8,320 3% 8,369 3% 1% 29q 57 1% 50 1% -12% 10 Japan 5,758 2% 5,978 2% 4% 12p 146 2% 205 3% 40% 11 South Africa 5,337 2% 4,968 2% -7% 3q 449 7% 469 6% 4% 12p India 4,377 2% 4,583 2% 5% 31q 55 1% 63 1% 15% 13p Mexico 3,730 1% 4,445 1% 19% 34p 18 0% 30 0% 67% 14q Argentina 4,549 2% 4,301 1% -5% 11q 194 3% 186 2% -4% 15q Brazil 4,223 1% 4,226 1% 0% 6p 277 4% 335 4% 21% 16p Ecuador 3,438 1% 3,699 1% 8% 17q Czech Republic 3,552 1% 3,572 1% 1% 2p 339 5% 565 7% 67% 18 Denmark 3,302 1% 3,545 1% 7% 0% 19p Peru 2,956 1% 3,396 1% 15% 35q 31 0% 55 1% 77% 20q Chile 2,879 1% 3,333 1% 16% 10 180 3% 210 3% 17% 21q South Korea 3,042 1% 3,219 1% 6% 15p 112 2% 122 2% 9% 22p Greece 2,394 1% 3,066 1% 28% 23 New Zealand 2,793 1% 3,021 1% 8% 24q Israel 2,798 1% 2,876 1% 3% 38p 29 0% 25q Austria 2,673 1% 2,744 1% 3%
  40. 40. 40 MSI Presidential Leadership Workshop 2015
  41. 41. 41 MSI Presidential Leadership Workshop 2015 CIEE Faculty-Led and Custom Programs • Provide the support and tools to plan and deliver academically rigorous, culturally rich, and safe programs in our locations all around the world. • We work with faculty to plan all aspects of short term customized programs: • Academic Quality • Logistics Support • Peace of Mind
  42. 42. INTERNATIONAL FACULTY DEVELOPMENT SEMINAR SANTO DOMINGO, DOMINICAN REPUBLIC December 12, 2016 August 2016
  43. 43. Intercultural Development Continuum December 12, 2016 43 Denial Polarization Minimization Acceptance Adaptation Monocultural Mindset Intercultural Mindset Copyright, 1998-2013, Mitchell R. Hammer, Ph.D., IDI, LLC, used with permission Modified from the Developmental Model of Intercultural Sensitivity (DMIS), M. Bennett, 1986 Ethnocentric worldview Own culture seen as central reality Ethnorelative worldview Own culture seen in the context of other cultures
  44. 44. 44 MSI Presidential Leadership Workshop 2015 IDI Group Profile
  45. 45. 45 MSI Presidential Leadership Workshop 2015
  46. 46. CULTURE a shared set of values, norms, behaviors, practices and customs held and expressed by a particular group of people December 12, 46
  47. 47. INTERCULTURAL DEVELOPMENT the holistic development of knowledge, skills, and attitudes needed to interact effectively and appropriately across cultures December 12, 47
  48. 48. 48 MSI Presidential Leadership Workshop 2015 My Culturally Diverse Heritage
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  50. 50. 50 MSI Presidential Leadership Workshop 2015
  51. 51. 51 MSI Presidential Leadership Workshop 2015
  52. 52. 52 MSI Presidential Leadership Workshop 2015
  53. 53. INNOVATIONS FOR ADVANCING EDUCATION ABROAD Anthony Ogden Michigan State University
  54. 54. Worksheet Activity 54 Using the worksheet, please work with others to note additional best practices for advancing faculty engagement and curriculum integration.
  55. 55. INNOVATIONS FOR ADVANCING EDUCATION ABROAD
  56. 56. Faculty Toolkit 56
  57. 57. Faculty Toolkit 57
  58. 58. Bibliography 58
  59. 59. THANK YOU

Editor's Notes

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  • Question: Describe your institution (e.g., public/private university, study abroad provider, etc.).
    Response format: Open response text cluster

    Question: What is your role or position?
    Response format: Open response text cluster

    Question: Rank in order of importance the following faculty engagement initiatives:
    Response format: Responses to be ranked (responses: funding/grant support, training/development, Recognition for merit/promotion, opportunities for participation in governance, other)

    Question: Which faculty engagement initiatives at your institution have been effective?
    Response format: Open response text cluster
  • Which best describes your type of institution?
    https://www.polleverywhere.com/multiple_choice_polls/vwP6O8jI70o91Iu
  • What is your role or position?
    https://www.polleverywhere.com/free_text_polls/YiJNRWhLQXFJX3q
  • Rank in order of importance the following faculty engagement initiatives:
    https://www.polleverywhere.com/ranking_polls/mTjdCuFo4XvgRF0
  • Which faculty engagement initiatives at your institution have been effective?
    https://www.polleverywhere.com/free_text_polls/p8ky5eIo0WUrxq5
  • Name a major challenge/barrier with regards to advancing faculty engagement in international education.
    https://www.polleverywhere.com/free_text_polls/TVnVf90OsryacoO
  • Percentage of UC students participating in UCEAP: 2.9% (5,669 out of 198,866)
    Percentage of UC students participating in study abroad (IIE/Open Doors data): 4.4% (8,791 out of 198,866)
  • UC Merced degree audit course data: Major/Minor: 13%; GE/breadth: 8%; Electives: 79%

    Demo
    --UCSB Physics; All credit types, sort by majors; details: Netherlands, Utrecht, Math 101; Scotland, U of Edinburgh, Physics 120, Fund Quantum Mech
    --UCSB Costa Rica
    --UCSC: GEs; E: US Ethnic Minorities/ nonWestern Societies; IH= Introduction to disciplines Humanities & Arts; IN= Intro discip Natural Sci; IS = Intro Soc Sci; CC=Cross-Cultural Analysis; ER= Ethnicity & Race; IM= Interpreting Arts & Media; MF=Mathematical & Formal Reasoning; SI=Scientific Inquiry; SR= Statistical Reasoning; TA= Textual Analysis & Interpretation; PE-E= Environmental Awareness; PE-H= Human Behavior; PE-T= Technology & Society, etc…PR-S=Service Learning
    --UCSC GE matrix
    --Multi-campus ; Psychology;
    --Multipcampus Psychology matrix
  • General Education A: Arts
    General Education CC: Cross-Cultural Analysis
    General Education E: U.S. Ethnic Minorities/Non-Western Society
    General Education ER: Ethnicity and Race
    General Education IH: Introductions to Disciplines, Humanities, and Arts
    General Education IM: Interpreting Arts and Media
    General Education IN: Introductions to Disciplines, Natural Sciences and Engineering
    General Education IS: Introduction to Disciplines, Social Sciences
    General Education PE: Perspectives
    General Education PE-E: Perspectives - Environmental Awareness
    General Education PE-H: Perspectives - Human Behavior
    General Education PR: Practice
    General Education PR-C: Practice - Creative Process
    General Education PR-E: Practice - Collaborative Endeavor
    General Education PR-S: Practice - Service Learning
    General Education Q: Quantitative
    General Education S:  
    General Education SI: Scientific Inquiry
    General Education SR: Statistical Reasoning
    General Education TA: Textual Analysis and Interpretation
    General Education TH: Topical - Humanities and Arts
    General Education TN: Topical - Natural Sciences
    General Education TS: Topical - Social Sciences
  • UCD Animal Science Participation Count (as of October 2016):
    2011-12: 5
    2012-13: 3
    2013-14: 1
    2014-15: 3
    2015-16: 9
    2016-17: 22
  • CIEE and Penn have signed an MOU to develop active and impactful leaders throughout the university;
    1. Three year agreement to sponsor programs for college presidents, progressive faculty leaders, and promising students leaders;
    2. CIEE & Penn will host college presidents each year during our annual conference;
    3. Penn runs an annual summer training program in Philadelphia for faculty from MSIs and CIEE will provide the module on international education, plus CIEE will offer a program in the field to allow fauclty to learn first hand, like a laboratory, best practices in faculty-led international programs;
    4. Finally, Penn will select 10 Frederick Douglass Global Fellows from 10 institutions, nominated by their college president, to participate in a summer program, returning to their campuses to be leaders and advocates for study abroad…Like Frederick Douglas, they will help advocate through their words and their actions, to break down barriers
  • This is not who you are, this is a way of being aware of yourself (1st competency) and how you encounter difference

    Provide brief summaries of how individuals at each state of the IDC experience and respond to cultural differences and similarities
    Denial – own culture is the only true reality (low similarity/low difference)
    Polarization – there is judgment
    Minimization – at the end we are the same
    Acceptance – place of questions that come from increased awareness
    Adaptation – start answering the questions; not the end point, You can still go back and it takes a life time of learning
    The goal is the process.
    It’s also about being comfortable with having a lot of questions and that there is going to be more and more questions, and with having many of them unanswered
  • Often our students only see the surface culture and have a hard time seeing the deeper culture in both themselves and others.
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