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Thursday, June 7 • 10:15am - 11:15am
Lessons learned from longitudinal assessment of global learning at an internationalizing university

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Institutes of higher education are increasingly embedding global learning in their mission and visions statements, which has led to a surge of curricular and co-curricular programs designed to engage students with global perspectives and intercultural competence. As a result, colleges and universities have slowly begun to develop assessment plans to investigate global learning on their respective campuses. In many cases they have developed a campus wide approach based on the fact that the word global made it into their mission statements. This is exactly what happened at TCU. We started an internationalization effort in 2013; therefore, we have gathered an array of data that will help guide us on more intentional instruction for our students. This session will walk through the phases of TCU's assessment plan and share lessons learned from five years of assessing global learning.

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Christopher Hightower

Assistant Director of Institutional Effectiveness, Texas Christian University
Dr. Chris Hightower serves as the Assistant Director of Institutional Effectiveness and performs an array of assessment duties at the institution level. He promotes campus-wide comprehensive internationalization through his work with TCU’s Discovering Global Citizenship program... Read More →



Thursday June 7, 2018 10:15am - 11:15am
Sun Valley

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