Using Technology to Improve Participation of Minority Students in Global Learning
Students of color are not greatly represented in the rapidly expanding arena of international education, often due to lack of support, travel anxiety, and fear of failure to master new languages. Educators seek innovative ways to engage minorities in global learning opportunities while simultaneously trying to minimize factors that limit participation. Join us for a look at assessment tools used to sustain technology and improve outcomes, with a focus on improving globalization and intercultural competencies for minority students.
Vivian Shannon-Ramsey, Salisbury University
Carl Algood, Bowie State University; Makeba Green, Bowie State University