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Friday, March 16 • 4:00pm - 5:30pm
¡Sí se puede! Yes we can! Echt wel! : Empowering your COIL skills: What to do when things fall apart

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It's easy to look at our best case scenarios but what happens when things fall apart? During a 90 minute interactive Action Lab session, participants explore how to maneuver and thrive through what doesn't appear to work in a COIL collaboration, whether pedagogic, technical, intercultural or team focused breakdowns. Together, using the hive mind, we will review case studies, as well as participants’ worst fears as well as played out scenarios. We will share expertise, empower participants to brainstorm creative approaches to tackle whatever COIL throws our way. We will reflect on how seemingly failed or failing projects actually provide opportunities for learning whether about cultural differences, technologic freestyling, pedagogic improvisation or team dynamics. We will practice reviving seemingly failed collaborations, and ultimately empower COIL lecturers to utilize intercultural meta outcomes. What an opportunity …all this interaction in an Action Lab plus a Facebook group and idea repository to keep the conversation going to support the next time COIL lecturers need solutions when things fall apart.

Speakers
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Angelica Santana Fierro

GPN COIL Coordinator for Tec de Monterrey, Tecnológico de Monterrey
Angélica Santana Fierro, Tecnológico de Monterrey Campus Chihuahua, School of Social Sciences, Humanities and Architecture. She is the COIL Coordinator for Tec de Monterrey. She is a professor and educational facilitator that focuses on designing and presenting workshops on educational... Read More →
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Eva Haug

Coordinator Internationalisation, Amsterdam UAS
Eva Haug, MA, Amsterdam UAS, Faculty of Business and Economics, is the Internationalisation- and COIL coordinator at the Business School, and develops internationalization policy and strategies. The focus of her policies is on Internationalisation at Home, which includes COIL as a... Read More →
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Hope Windle

COIL Coordinator, Ulster County Community College
Hope Windle is an innovative instructional design educator committed to creating digital curriculum that is accessible, inclusive, and global. She has been organizing COIL on her campus for 12 years, involving 785+students, 21+ faculty, with 2 COIL-related student global scholar trips... Read More →


Friday March 16, 2018 4:00pm - 5:30pm
Room 5 FIT Conference Center

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