Global Classrooms Design Sprint: Spring 2021 courses
Thank you for your interest in participating in the Global Classrooms Design Sprint for Spring 2021 courses!
You will be joining a cohort of fellow faculty members interested in creating new or redesigning existing courses to include global classrooms elements and continue to provide meaningful international education opportunities for UMD students.
The program will take place Fridays from between October 23 to November 13, 2020. It will consist of four weekly synchronous group meetings (1.5 hours each) and at least four individual meetings with Global Classrooms faculty mentors, Academic Technology specialists, Office of International Affairs staff experienced in instructional design, international partnerships, program operations, student outreach, etc. You will also have access to our Global Classrooms Resource Hub and have your own course sandbox, a space for asynchronous exploration, learning, and experimenting.
We look forward to working with you!
The Global Classrooms Team
Please share some brief information about your course idea, including country (or countries) of focus, course level (undergraduate/ graduate), title and number (if available), international partners you are considering, any content or activity highlights. If you are not yet ready to share and would rather explore these in a conversation with us, please write "Let's talk!" in the answer box and we will contact you to set up a pre-sprint meeting.
Your international partner for this course can be, for example, an institution of higher education, a research center, an NGO, a museum, a company, or a specific person within those (or similar) institutions. Please choose the sentences that best describe your current situation.
I have already identified one or more international partners for this course.
I have already contacted one or more international partners for this course.
I am interested in connecting with new international partners for this course.
I am not sure that I need an international partner for this course...
Please share any questions you may have regarding the design sprint.
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