Faculty Module #4: Course Planning for Internationalization

Now that you understand your students, the next step to internationalization is integration into your course. Today’s diverse workforce needs to be proficient in literacy and numeracy, together with strong interpersonal, technical, and problem-solving skills for a global economy (National Academy of Sciences, 2017). Course planning is a faculty role, yet most who teach in community colleges have received little, if any, training in how to construct mission statements and learning outcomes (Lattuca & Stark, 2009). This module will focus on how to systematically plan CTE learning goals and adapt to changing occupational requirements and global innovations. It will also focus on integrating academic education, technical training, and hands-on work experience to allow students, workers, and businesses to be competitive in the global economy.

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