University students come to our classrooms with diverse experiences and expectations. Diversity is often viewed as a challenge, instead of an asset. Particularly within EMI classes, faculty can find it difficult to accommodate the various needs of an increasingly diverse student body. In this interactive workshop, we will explore an expanded definition of diversity, discuss scenarios that have occurred in EMI classes at NCCU, and consider ways that differentiated instruction and shared responsibility for learning lead to an enriched learning environment for students, faculty, and teaching assistants.
In preparation for the workshop, think about a case where a student or group of students had trouble meeting class expectations. If you feel comfortable sharing the case, please email a brief description (1-page or less) of the scenario with the subject of ‘Case Study for EMI Teaching Training Workshop’ to firstname.lastname@example.org by May 9, 2023.
Date: 12 May, 2023(Fri)
Venue: 4F, International Building, Classroom 360406
Speaker : Professor Joshua S. Smith
Ph.D. in Educational Psychology and Methodology
Visiting Professor, College of Education, NCCU
Registration link: https://bit.ly/43VjgnH
*This workshop will be held in English and mealbox will be provided.
* Teachers and TAs who have received subsidies from the International College of Innovation & the College of the Social Sciences during the 111 academic year must be present.
Hosted by International College of Innovation
Co-organized by College of Social Sciences & OAA Center for Teaching and Learning Development, and Sponsored by the MOE Bilingual Program