Presented by Dr. Natalia Timuș (Fulbright-Schuman Scholar, NC State Office for Faculty Excellence; Head of Academic Development, Center for Active Pedagogy, University Côte d'Azur, France)
Higher education faculty, staff and students are confronted with an increasing need to develop global leadership skills. These skills are crucial for the 21st century teaching and learning in order to address the complex global challenges and equip the students with intercultural and global competence. Moreover, the COVID-19 context has stressed the importance of leveraging international collaborations in order to provide a global perspective to formal and informal curricula beyond study abroad mobilities.
This webinar will address the above issues by providing a scientific and practitioner's perspective on global leadership skills for faculty. Drawing on personal experience, Dr. Timuș, a global leader and a Fulbright-Schuman scholar at the Office for Faculty Excellence, will share research results from her current project on "Inclusive Global Teachers for the 21st Century" and some practice-based insights. A special attention will be devoted to harnessing international collaboration opportunities to promote global learning for all and how to leverage collaborative and agile approaches for propelling new initiatives forward within higher education.
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