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Creating and Assessing Faculty Training on Global, Intercultural, and Inclusive Practices
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, , Utah Valley University, Orem, United States

IJTEPD Volume 1, Number 2, ISSN 2572-4878 Publisher: IGI Global

Abstract

This article first discusses literature on the importance of diversity work in higher education, and second, how it can and should be implemented. It will also examine Utah Valley University's journey to create faculty diversity training in order to meet the needs of an increasingly global society as well as how those trainings were assessed. The article explores this institution's global/intercultural initiative designed to increase cultural awareness in the classroom and share assessment results from faculty who have participated in this initiative.

Citation

Waite, B. & Colvin, J. (2018). Creating and Assessing Faculty Training on Global, Intercultural, and Inclusive Practices. International Journal of Teacher Education and Professional Development, 1(2), 72-86. IGI Global. Retrieved April 5, 2020 from .

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