Faculty - Professional Development

Faculty Workshops: Cultures and Languages in and beyond the Time of COVID

The Cultures and Languages Across the Curriculum (CLAC) Consortium is excited to present two FREE workshops on “Cultures and Languages in and beyond the Time of COVID” on Friday, May 14, 2021 (1-3pm EDT) and Tuesday, May 18, 2021 (1-3pm EDT).  

These two workshops will explore the use of CLAC pedagogies and principles as innovative approaches to respond more effectively to the recent and ongoing challenges facing higher education, such as:

  • Responding to budget cuts to your department or programs
  • Repurposing the humanities for greater relevance and innovation
  • Overcoming barriers to interdisciplinary and multidisciplinary collaborations 
  • Engaging international students in classrooms 
  • Reimagining and sustaining study abroad programs
  • Promoting social justice pedagogy in international programs 
  • Rethinking the pedagogical uses of social media
  • Applying CLAC principles to hybrid classrooms, virtual exchange, and other online technologies

The workshops are designed to appeal to both faculty and administrators and to those who are familiar with CLAC as well as to those who would like to learn more about CLAC. These workshops are supported by the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation funded Central New York Humanities Corridor. For an updated list of member institutions here.

Registeration links:

Workshop 1: Friday, May 14, 2021 at 1-3pm EDT

Workshop 2: Tuesday, May 18, 2021 at 1-3pm EDT 

Please let us know if you have any questions at JY.Zhou@stockton.edu

Best, 

Bernd Estabrook, Professor of World Languages and Cultures - German, Illinois College

William Pavlovich, Director, Global Learning Initiatives, Binghamton University

JY Zhou, Director of Global Engagement and Senior International Officer, Stockton University


Annual Two-day Globalizing the Curriculum Summer Institute(s)

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Since 2014, Stockton University offers an annual two-day summer institute on Globalizing the Curriculum. 

Designed and led annually by Dr. JY Zhou, this summer institute plays an important role in engaging faculty in internationalization and integrating global learning into the curriculum. It is open to all faculty. 


Faculty participating in these summer institutes will:

  1. Develop their “Academic Self” when it comes to globalizing the curriculum
  • Identify current teaching assumptions about global learning
  • Explore new perspectives of thinking about how to teach a globalized course
  1. Learn how to assess globalizing the curriculum
  • Identify the Purposes, Programs, Outcomes, Approaches, and Projects in globalizing the curriculum
  • Identify the developments of our globalized courses
  1. Understand different faculty approaches to globalizing the curriculum
  • Learn and practice the 4Cs Collaborative Global Learning Modules
  • Share and expand teaching strategies of global learning
  1. Develop pedagogy and identify resources for globalizing the curriculum
  • Create materials for individual courses in various disciplines, including topics, activities, and assessments
  • Collect and share experiences with resources for globalizing the curriculum, including websites and tools

2014 Globalizing the Curriculum Summer Institute

June 17-18, 2014 | 9:30am-3:30pm in F212

2014 Annual Summer Institution Presentation

GTC Summer Institute 2014

2015 Globalizing the Curriculum Summer Institute
July 15-16, 2015 9:30am - 3pm at C-102

2015 Annual Summer Institution Presentation

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2016 Globalizing the Curriculum Summer Institute

June 21-22, 2016 |  9:00am-3:00pm in F226

2016 Annual Summer Institution Presentation

2017 Globalizing the Curriculum Summer Institute

June 20-21, 2017 |  9:00am-3:00pm in F226

2017 Annual Summer Institution Presentation

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2018 Annual Summer Institute on Globalizing the Curriculum

June 19-20, 2018 | 9:30am-3:00pm in F-121

2018 Annual Summer Institution Presentation

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2019 Annual Summer Institute on Globalizing the Curriculum

July 9-10, 2019 | 9:30am-3:00pm in F-226

2019 Annual Summer Institution Presentation


SIO/Faculty Partnership: Internationalizing the Campus Through Faculty (Association of International Education Administrators Thematic Forum)

In 2019, Stockton University received the grant to host an AIEA Thematic Forum on "SIO/Faculty Partnership: Internationalizing the Campus Through Faculty" at Stockton Atlantic City. 

Please see the Forum resources here

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SIO/Faculty Partnership: Internationalizing the Campus through Faculty

An AIEA Thematic Forum
Stockton University in Atlantic City

March 21-22, 2019

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Globalizing Your Courses - New Faculty Orientation Sessions

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Collaborating with the Center for Teaching and Learning Design, we have been offering sessions on developing global learning at Stockton's annual New Faculty Orientation. 



More Sessions on Globalizing the Curriculum 

Digital Global Learning

 

Throughout the semester, we offer a variety of events on globalizing the curriculum, including assessment, tips, etc. 


By Dr. JY Zhou (Collaborated with Institute for Faculty Development)
How to Globalize the Curriculum Presentation

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By Dr. JY Zhou (Collaborated with Institute for Faculty Development)
How to Assess Globalized Curriculum Presentation

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By Dr. JY Zhou (Collaborated with Institute for Faculty Development)

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By Dr. JY Zhou (Collaborated with Institute for Faculty Development)
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By Dr. Lois Spitzer & Dr. JY Zhou (Collaborated with Institute for Faculty Development)
Internationalization at Stockton 2015 Video

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Globalization in the Discipline Summer Retreat 2016

Led by Dr. Sonia Gonsalves and Dr. Ramya Vijaya

In 2016, four one-day school based global learning faculty development retreats were held across campus. These retreats were supported by funding received from a 2020 grant to expand the discussion and the integration of global learning pedagogy across the curriculum. Twenty-four faculty members from 4 schools – ARHU, SOBL, GENS and HLTH- participated in the retreats. Additionally, each school retreat also had two facilitators.