The Resources’ page includes four categories:
1. Enabling intercultural group-work
This webpage includes practical activities and guidance on forming and enabling sustainable and effective intercultural groups. They include activities which could be used in workshops about effective groupwork with teachers and students, like the ‘Video – intercultural groupwork role play’ and practical tools, like the ‘Intercultural groupwork checklist’. We will continue adding to the list and would welcome your suggestions from your own teamwork and groupwork experience. If you would like to know more about any of the activities or you would like to share your suggestions on the webpage, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
2. Designing authentic ITC tasks
This webpage includes practical activities and guidance on designing authentic ITC tasks. Group work is a common approach for organising students working on a shared project however the benefits of collaboration are not always apparent, which may reduce the effectiveness and the potential co-learning in the group. It is important to note that authentic tasks are relevant for all groups, whether they are culturally diverse or not because such tasks are designed with a rationale for collaboration. Some of the examples of authentic ITC tasks are presented as subject based, such as the case studies from Oxford Brookes University. However, we encourage you not to be hidebound by subject pedagogy but to look widely and open-mindedly for inspiration. We will continue adding to the list and would welcome your suggestions from your experiences of developing or participating in authentic ITC tasks. If you would like to know more about any of the activities or you would like to share your suggestions on the webpage, please email email@example.com.
3. Graduates need intercultural competences
This webpage includes ways to access managers and employees in the employment sector and to share their arguments for graduates’ intercultural competences with students. If we are to strengthen the connections between university education and employability, together with convincing students about the need to develop these competences during their education we need connections with the employment sector. If you would like to know more about any of the activities or you would like to share your ways of making contact with the employment sector, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
4. ITC References and Publication
This webpage includes a range of ITC references which are organised in publication categories; ITC conference presentations and Special Interest Groups. If you have references which you would like added to the list or you are looking for references on another aspect of ITC, please email email@example.com.