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Developing Global Cultural Competence in School of Education Students: Optimizing the Study Abroad Course Experience
Unformatted Document Text:  Knowledge will be transmitted through a short power point presentation on the components of the study abroad program and the literature base related to each component. Handouts on the model will be distributed as well as a form for participants to use to assess the useability of the model for their institution. Participants will have time for questions and then email communication will be offered as a way to continue the discussion after the session. References Dinges, N. (1983). Intercultural competence. In D. Landis & R. Brislin (Eds.), Handbook of Intercultural training, Vol. 1. New York: Pergamon. Elashmahi, F., & Harris, P. R. (1998). Multicultural management 2000: Essential cultural insights for global business success. Houston, TX: Gulf Publishing. Geller, C.A. (1993). How international are we? International Schools Journal, 26, pp. 5-7.Gudykunst, W.B. (1991.). Bridging differences: Effective intergroup communication. Newbury Park, CA: Sage Publications. Hannigan, T. P. (1990). Traits, attitudes, and skills that are related to intercultural effectiveness and their implications for cross-cultural training: A review of the literature. International Journal of Intercultural Relations, 14(1), 89-111. Hayden, M. C. & Thompson, J.J. (1995). International school and international education: A relationship reviewed. Oxford Review of Education, 21 (3), 327-345. Ibrahim, F.A. (1985). Effective cross-cultural counseling and psychotherapy: A framework. The Counseling Psychologist, 13, 625-638 Kelley, C., & Meyers, J. (1995). Cross-cultural Adaptability Inventory. Minneapolis, MN: National Computer Systems. Lambert, J., Myers, S. & Simon, G. (2000). Global competence: 50 exercises for succeeding in international business. Amherst, MA: HRD Press. Locke, D.C. (1992). Increasing Multicultural understanding. Newbury Park, CA: Sage.Lustig, M.W. & Koester, J. (2002). Intercultural Competence: Interpersonal Communication across cultures (4 th Ed.). Boston: Longman. Nolan, R.W. (1999) Communicating and adapting across cultures: Living and working in the global village. Westport, CT: Bergin and Garvey. Rhinesmith, S.H. (1999). A manager’s guide to globalization: Six skills for success in a changing world. Chicago, IL: Irwin Publications.Tung, R. (1998). American expatriates abroad: From neophyte to cosmopolitans. Journal of World Business, 33, 2.Tye, B. and Tye, K. (1992). Global Education: A Study of School Change. NY: State University of New York Press.

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Knowledge will be transmitted through a short power point presentation on the components of the
study abroad program and the literature base related to each component. Handouts on the
model will be distributed as well as a form for participants to use to assess the useability of the
model for their institution. Participants will have time for questions and then email communication
will be offered as a way to continue the discussion after the session.
References
Dinges, N. (1983). Intercultural competence. In D. Landis & R. Brislin (Eds.), Handbook of
Intercultural training,
Vol. 1. New York: Pergamon.
Elashmahi, F., & Harris, P. R. (1998). Multicultural management 2000: Essential
cultural insights for global business success.
Houston, TX: Gulf Publishing.
Geller, C.A. (1993). How international are we? International Schools Journal, 26, pp. 5-7.
Gudykunst, W.B. (1991.). Bridging differences: Effective intergroup communication.
Newbury Park, CA: Sage Publications.
Hannigan, T. P. (1990). Traits, attitudes, and skills that are related to intercultural effectiveness
and their implications for cross-cultural training: A review of the literature. International
Journal of Intercultural Relations, 14(1), 89-111.
Hayden, M. C. & Thompson, J.J. (1995). International school and international education:
A relationship reviewed. Oxford Review of Education, 21 (3), 327-345.
Ibrahim, F.A. (1985). Effective cross-cultural counseling and psychotherapy:
A framework. The Counseling Psychologist, 13, 625-638
Kelley, C., & Meyers, J. (1995). Cross-cultural Adaptability Inventory. Minneapolis, MN:
National Computer Systems.
Lambert, J., Myers, S. & Simon, G. (2000). Global competence: 50 exercises for
succeeding in international business
. Amherst, MA: HRD Press.
Locke, D.C. (1992). Increasing Multicultural understanding. Newbury Park, CA: Sage.
Lustig, M.W. & Koester, J. (2002). Intercultural Competence: Interpersonal
Communication across cultures (4
th
Ed.). Boston: Longman.
Nolan, R.W. (1999) Communicating and adapting across cultures: Living and working in
the global village. Westport, CT: Bergin and Garvey.
Rhinesmith, S.H. (1999). A manager’s guide to globalization: Six skills for success in a
changing world. Chicago, IL: Irwin Publications.
Tung, R. (1998). American expatriates abroad: From neophyte to cosmopolitans.
Journal of World Business, 33, 2.
Tye, B. and Tye, K. (1992). Global Education: A Study of School Change. NY: State University
of New York Press.


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