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THE EVOLUTION OF STUDY ABROAD PROGRAMS
TO ACHIEVE GREATER STUDENT DIVERSITY
CIEE conference, November 17, 2016
Presenters
Michele Scheib, Mobility International USA
Morgan Reiss, CIEE Spain
Christina Chambers, Arizona State University
WHAT DOES CHANGE LOOK LIKE?
Evolution of Change
Integrated
Included
Infiltrated
Equality Equity Universal Design
Individual Adjustments vs. Universal Design
Wheelchair Access Adaptations
Left photo from: www.3ders.org
Access in Less Accessible Locations
Int’l Programs Designed Collaboratively
University of Wisconsin – Whitewater
• Brazil, Diversity Issues in the History of ...
Free Online Resource www.miusa.org/ncde
National Clearinghouse on Disability and Exchange, administered by
Mobility Intern...
HOW DOES CHANGE HAPPEN
ON-SITE?
Snapshot ciee seville
Seville SC
Non-disclosed
mental health
learning
disability
chronic health
mobility
visual/audio
Brea...
Collaborative Approach
• student
• sending institution
• host institution
• host community
• civic organizations,
ngos and...
Onsite Adaptations
accessibility = inclusivity
Reciprocity
• volunteering
• service-learning/teaching practicums
• socio-cultural activities
• community engagement
• gue...
Practicums
Voluntariado
Activities
másmenos
HOW DO EXPERIENCES
INFORM CHANGE?
Christina Chambers
Why?
What?
Where?
When?
Who?
HOW?
We’re Going International BABY!
Tip 1: Bring extra underwear in your carry-on
And I guess your
medical supplies
too…
Mi Casa
España
Hitting the books HARD
Photo from National HE STEM Programme
Friends / Relationships
Challenges https://youtu.be/oGNcq1brgiY
Cobblestone
Pride
@christina_chambers
Travel Travel Travel
Questions? Real-life Stories to Share?
THANK
YOU
The Evolution of Study Abroad Programs to Achieve Greater Student Diversity
The Evolution of Study Abroad Programs to Achieve Greater Student Diversity
The Evolution of Study Abroad Programs to Achieve Greater Student Diversity
The Evolution of Study Abroad Programs to Achieve Greater Student Diversity
The Evolution of Study Abroad Programs to Achieve Greater Student Diversity
The Evolution of Study Abroad Programs to Achieve Greater Student Diversity
The Evolution of Study Abroad Programs to Achieve Greater Student Diversity
The Evolution of Study Abroad Programs to Achieve Greater Student Diversity
The Evolution of Study Abroad Programs to Achieve Greater Student Diversity
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The Evolution of Study Abroad Programs to Achieve Greater Student Diversity

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There is a growing trend in education abroad to attract a greater number and diversity of students by focusing on making education abroad of interest to traditionally underrepresented groups. During this session, we'll look at examples of programs and university-based efforts to examine what commonalities can be replicated and what lessons can be learned in new accessible program models. Focus is placed on how the panelists have used on-campus collaborations and adjusted for programmatic, language, and environmental conditions in the host community to create an experience that facilitates learning and inclusion for an increased diversity of participants.

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The Evolution of Study Abroad Programs to Achieve Greater Student Diversity

  1. 1. THE EVOLUTION OF STUDY ABROAD PROGRAMS TO ACHIEVE GREATER STUDENT DIVERSITY CIEE conference, November 17, 2016
  2. 2. Presenters Michele Scheib, Mobility International USA Morgan Reiss, CIEE Spain Christina Chambers, Arizona State University
  3. 3. WHAT DOES CHANGE LOOK LIKE?
  4. 4. Evolution of Change Integrated Included Infiltrated
  5. 5. Equality Equity Universal Design
  6. 6. Individual Adjustments vs. Universal Design
  7. 7. Wheelchair Access Adaptations Left photo from: www.3ders.org
  8. 8. Access in Less Accessible Locations
  9. 9. Int’l Programs Designed Collaboratively University of Wisconsin – Whitewater • Brazil, Diversity Issues in the History of Sports • Intercultural Communication Faculty & Director of Center for Students with Disabilities University of Arizona • Italy, Accessible Earth Field Work • Geosciences Faculty & Disability Resources Center University of Illinois • South Africa, Summer Tour and Internships • Human and Community Development Faculty
  10. 10. Free Online Resource www.miusa.org/ncde National Clearinghouse on Disability and Exchange, administered by Mobility International USA & sponsored by the U.S. Department of State
  11. 11. HOW DOES CHANGE HAPPEN ON-SITE?
  12. 12. Snapshot ciee seville Seville SC Non-disclosed mental health learning disability chronic health mobility visual/audio Breakdown mental health learning disability chronic health mobility visual/audi
  13. 13. Collaborative Approach • student • sending institution • host institution • host community • civic organizations, ngos and other entities
  14. 14. Onsite Adaptations
  15. 15. accessibility = inclusivity
  16. 16. Reciprocity • volunteering • service-learning/teaching practicums • socio-cultural activities • community engagement • guest lectures • civic organizations, ngos and other entities
  17. 17. Practicums
  18. 18. Voluntariado
  19. 19. Activities
  20. 20. másmenos
  21. 21. HOW DO EXPERIENCES INFORM CHANGE?
  22. 22. Christina Chambers Why? What? Where? When? Who? HOW?
  23. 23. We’re Going International BABY!
  24. 24. Tip 1: Bring extra underwear in your carry-on And I guess your medical supplies too…
  25. 25. Mi Casa
  26. 26. España
  27. 27. Hitting the books HARD Photo from National HE STEM Programme
  28. 28. Friends / Relationships
  29. 29. Challenges https://youtu.be/oGNcq1brgiY Cobblestone Pride
  30. 30. @christina_chambers Travel Travel Travel
  31. 31. Questions? Real-life Stories to Share?
  32. 32. THANK YOU

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