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Faculty and Staff - Global Students

Class Visits

If you would like to arrange a class visit that will include an interactive learning experiences designed for both international and American students, please contact us. The most popular module is the 10-­15 ­minute orientation class visit at the beginning of the semester, including a warm­up activity as icebreaker, quick introduction of the importance of syllabus, academic integrity, classroom norms, college level learning expectations, and learning resources. Class visits can be tailored based on the diverse needs. 

Workshops and Study Groups

Group training and workshops are available upon request. Specialized sessions can be designed and facilitated upon requests.

Learning in a Diverse Global Learning Community

Work towards Culture Synergy!

  • Step 1: Be aware of different learning expectations.
  • Step 2: Develop a dialogue to learn about each other’s expectations.
  • Step 3: Value the exchange of cultures of learning and learn reciprocally.

Motivating Students

Here is one way of thinking about motivation:

  1. Internal motivation is driven from our attitudes, values and beliefs. In addition to these important factors, our family behaviors, practices, and traditions shape our choices. These choices, as they relate to motivation might include one's work ethic, completion of tasks, cooperation, and communication choices. This inner force prompts visible behaviors.
  2. External motivation is driven from rewards, recognition and reinforcements. Some examples include monetary rewards, attention, support, encouragement, benefits and promotions.

You can inspire and externally motivate, but remember internal motivation comes from within!

  • Encourage a sense of belonging and a growth mindset.
  • What motivates one person might not motivate another. Get to know whom you are working with each semester!
  • What motivates someone today might not work the next time. So, try, try, again!
CONTACT

Office of Learning Resources

Roesch Library
300 College Park
Dayton, Ohio 45469 - 1302
937.229.2066
Fax: 937.229.3270
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