Thursday, September 29, 2022
1:30 pm – 5:30 pm EDT / UTC−04:00
This workshop is hosted by: Pennsylvania Council for International Education (PACIE)
About the Workshop
This pre-conference workshop will provide you with a better understanding of the U.S. context around issues of equity, diversity and inclusion for students participating in education abroad programs.
Learning outcomes include:
• Better understanding of the experience and expectations of U.S. students from diverse background.
• Familiarity with the 6th edition of the Standards of Good Practice for Education Abroad
• Ability to operationalize the concepts of equity, diversity, inclusion and access
|Amelia Dietrich – The Forum on Education Abroad|
Who Should Attend This Workshop?
Local program administrators, faculty, housing coordinators, resident directors, and anyone who interacts with U.S. students during their study abroad experience will benefit from participating in this workshop.
How You’ll Benefit
During this pre-conference workshop, you’ll discuss strategies for how to meet the needs of students from diverse backgrounds and how the Standards of Good Practice can be used as a roadmap to meet these needs.
Regular price: $300
If you register through PACIE’s Eventbrite Portal: $250 plus $16 Eventbrite registration fee
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