Developing ICCC for the 21st century
Educators around the world share a concern that future graduates must be able to understand and appreciate cultures, world events and diversity. It is inevitable that they will need to collaborate effectively to promote international prosperity and peace. ICCC7 is designed to bring together scholars from around the world to discuss how to prepare a Global Graduate for the 21st century.
An international team of prominent academics, policy makers,
business people and educators consider:
• Recent trends and challenges in the development of intercultural communication competence
• Embedding Global Learning into the curriculum: sharing experience
• New approaches in Global Learning
• Intercultural Communication in schools and universities: global challenge, local context
• Intercultural Communication and Global Learning within Business and Science
The Conference is scheduled for September, 14-16, 2010 in Khabarovsk, Far East Russia
Venue: Far East State University of Humanities, Khabarovsk State Academy of Economics and Law, Khabarovsk, Russia
Support: Government of Khabarovsk Krai, Wichita State University, USA
Invited: Educators from high schools and universities, scholars, policy makers, business people
Expected: Participants from 10-15 countries around the world.
Provisional Plenary Speakers:
- Jacqueline Wasilewski, Ph.D. Professor, Intercultural Communication
International Christian University, Tokyo, Japan
Consultant, Americans for Indian Opportunity (AIO), Albuquerque, New Mexico, USA
- Peter Charles Taylor, PhD. Associate Professor Transformative Education, Science and Mathematics Education Centre (SMEC), Curtin University of Technology, Australia
Call for proposals – June, 2009
Speaker Proposal Form due: January, 15, 2010.
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