The Intercultural Competence Platform invites you for a seminar about intercultural competence course design and assessment. Nadine Binder will share knowledge from her Ph.D. thesis conducted at the Bremen International Graduate School of Social Sciences about the design and assessment of a course to build intercultural competence at universities. This is increasingly relevant since universities are more and more interested in building intercultural competence, not least because of Internationalisation at Home initiatives.
The seminar takes place on Tuesday the 3rd of December from 13.30 – 15.15 at SDU Odense and consists of two parts with plenty of time for questions in each part.
13.30 – 14.15 Designing an intercultural competence course
14.30 – 15.15 Multi-method assessment of intercultural competence
Please let us know whether you can attend before the 27th of November 2019 (msvb[at]sdu.dk). It is also possible to only attend one of the parts.
We are looking forward to seeing you!
Marian van Bakel, Nicole Richter, and Julie Emontspool
The Intercultural Competence Platform
CV for Nadine Binder
Nadine Binder is an intercultural trainer, lecturer and researcher, currently based in Hamburg, Germany. She is working at a non-profit organization dedicated to intercultural education and training. At the same time, she is continuing her research on intercultural competence and freelancing as a trainer and coach for Personal Leadership as well as time- and self-management for undergraduate and graduate students. For her PhD in psychology at the Bremen International Graduate School of Social Sciences (which she completed in February 2019), she conducted research on how to promote and assess students’ intercultural competence development in higher education. She is a board member of Young SIETAR (Society for Intercultural Education, Training, and Research), a member of SIETAR Germany and Europe, and has received certification from the Intercultural Communication Institute (ICI) in the USA.