Bridging countries and cultures through accessible global collaborations

Irene Duranczyk, Elena Pishcherskaia

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Abstract

This paper discusses and provides two case studies on a postsecondary, accessible, global project among students in Russia, China, and the United States. The project design was to engage diverse students in an international conversation to explore their place in the world and envision their future as individuals, innovators, workers, and/or leaders in this globalized world. The three countries chosen, Russia, China, and the United States, are world powers and are pivotal countries for building international bridges. This paper highlights the evolution of the project and students’ vision for developing ongoing student-centered international research projects. It is the hope of the authors that educators reading this article will be inspired to embark on other accessible global projects designed to enhance language and cultural competence with and among all college students.

Original languageEnglish (US)
Article number199
JournalEducation Sciences
Volume8
Issue number4
DOIs
StatePublished - Dec 2018

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Keywords

  • Accessibility
  • China
  • Global education
  • Inclusivity
  • International programs
  • Pedagogical practices
  • Russia
  • Universal design
  • USA

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