The development and assessment of international and intercultural learning at many institutions is plagued by questions.
What knowledge, skills and attitudes should graduates have, how can these be captured in measurable outcomes, and how should they be evaluated? In this session we will hear from Darla
Deardorff, author of Demystifying Outcomes Assessment for International Educators: A Practical Approach (Stylus, 2015) as well as from colleagues at Utrecht University about tackling these questions.
Key note speaker
Darla Deardorff is Executive Director of the Association of International Education Administrators, a national professional organisation headquartered at Duke University, where she is a Research Scholar. She has conducted cross-cultural training for universities, companies, and non-profit organisations for nearly 20 years and has published numerous book chapters and articles on international education, intercultural competence and assessment.
UU expertise and good practice:
- Gery Nijenhuis (Graduate School of Geosciences)
- Diederick Raven (Graduate School of Social Sciences)
- Convenor: Prof. Dr. Marijk van der Wende, Dean of Graduate Studies UU
This is the 5th meeting in the UU Program on Expertise and Leadership in Graduate Education (ELGE) that is organised in 2016 in collaboration with CEUT.
Please register by sending an e-mail to Dorien Aartsma.
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Programme ELGE 06-04