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TAGS: Teaching a Global Student Community
Faculty and staff resources for working with culturally and linguistically diverse students
With over 1400 international students from 40 different countries, the University of Dayton welcomes undergraduate and graduate students from all over the world. The departments at UD benefit from the rich cultural, ethnic, and linguistic diversity these students and scholars bring from around the globe.
As part of the global mission of education, the University of Dayton is committed to developing inclusive learning communities on campus. The resources here provide information on teaching in multicultural and linguistically diverse classrooms, best practices for teaching and responding to non-native English speakers.
If you are concerned about working with an international student in one of your classes, but are unsure of where to begin, start with the First Questions link to the left.
If you are interested in faculty and staff development opportunities, check out the schedule of Upcoming Workshops.