Global Learning in Utah Higher Education Forum Signup

Global Learning in Utah Higher Education Forum Signup

Forum Registration fee: $25 per participant, which includes access to all Forum events and activities, a name badge, conference materials, breakfast, lunch, and a closing reception. This fee is non-refundable, but can be transferred to another registrant from the same institution.

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Registration Information

The Forum organizers encourage persons with disabilities to participate in the Forum. If you anticipate needing any type of accommodation or have questions about the physical access provided, please contact 801-587-8888 or madelyn.giron@utah.edu at least three weeks in advance of your participation of the Forum.
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By submitting this registration, I agree that the Forum organizers may photograph or videotape me, and may use those photographs or video footage for reporting and marketing purposes. I release the University of Utah, Office for Global Engagement, and Forum organizers from any claim or liability related to that use, and waive all claims for myself, my heirs and assignees against the individual staff persons and the University of Utah, Office for Global Engagement. Please email madelyn.giron@utah.edu with questions or concerns.
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Forum organizers will use the information you have given on this form together with other information provided on feedback questionnaires to administer and evaluate the success of this event. Where you have provided information relating to any specific needs we will only use this to ensure the quality of services provided and your safety. By submitting this form, I consent to Forum organizers processing personal data about me where this is necessary, for the purpose above.

Please indicate which afternoon breakout session you are most likely going to attend.

Select one. Please note: it is not required for you to attend the session you indicate. We just want to gauge interest.
This session is great for faculty, professional developers, and instructional designers new to global learning or just beginning the process of infusing global learning into courses and activities. Bring current goals/outcomes/objectives to revise if you’ve got them, or come open to designing brand new ones! You’ll leave with a solid plan of action for using outcomes to design high quality global learning experiences for your students—on campus, online, in the community, or abroad. Facilitator: Stephanie Doscher, Director, Office of Global Learning Initiatives, Florida International University
Using a disciplinary framework, this session provides an opportunity for faculty who are internationalizing their curriculum (syllabi) to explore what internationalization looks like in the context of their discipline and to compare/contrast various disciplinary attributes. This session is ideal for participants who are seeking to further identify various disciplinary approaches to global learning and/or to better understand how faculty may engage (or not) with internationalization. Facilitator: Melanie Agnew, Dean of Education, Westminster College
Global Learning and classroom diversity go well together, but working with students from diverse backgrounds is often challenging. This interactive session will explore some techniques to make classes inclusive to students of diverse backgrounds. We will explore cultural views on collaboration and learn some tips that help all learners succeed in our classroom. Facilitator: Karen Marsh, Director, English for Academic Success, Linguistics Department, University of Utah
This session provides an opportunity for faculty who are working on developing global learning outcomes in their courses and restructuring course activities to meet those outcomes to ask questions and receive ideas and recommendations from other attendees and the facilitators. This session is ideal for participants who have a good foundational knowledge of global learning and are in the process of revising their courses. Facilitators: Sabine Klahr, Associate Chief Global Officer, Office for Global Engagement, University of Utah and Caren Frost, Director, Human Research Protections Program & Quality Compliance and Research Professor, College of Social Work, University of Utah