Intercultural Communications for Educators

In this course, participants explore the role culture plays in shaping one’s worldview and in dictating how one interacts with others. By examining different cultures, participants develop an articulate understanding of the four facets of culture (Knowledge, Attitude, Skills, and Awareness --K.A.S.A.) and how they may support or disrupt one’s learning experience. Participants also identify how diversity and multiculturalism have shaped the evolution of the state of New Mexico. Through the exploration of cultural traits, participants develop greater cultural sensitivity and strong intercultural skills. Participants learn how to create a classroom environment that supports intercultural communication, celebrates diversity, and teaches cultural sensitivity.

Subject Categories: Education

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Institution: Santa Fe Community College

Semesters Offered: Please contact the course contact to see if this course is still being offered.

For more information:

Intercultural Communications for Educators (EDUC 261)
Phone: 505-428-1424
Email: boris.costaguerra@sfcc.edu