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Student Intercultural Fluency

In addition to co-creating a teaching and learning space that supports diversity, helping students develop their intercultural fluency is important in creating safe environments for all and supports students in their interactions beyond the classroom.

This section includes resources and ideas for developing student intercultural fluency.

See also the section on Course design / Engagement / Group Work and Teaching Digitally / Classroom Management.

More coming on

    • Cultural dimensions and how they influence communication
    • Understanding ourselves as learners through cultural introspection
    • Interacting and communicating with empathy
    • Understanding bias and its role in communication