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Diversity in the Workplace

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Modern technology has led to our culturally diverse workplace and our global marketplace. Gone are the days when co-workers, classmates, and even neighbors are the people we grew up with. The United States was once considered a “melting pot” where people migrated and were expected to discard the culture of their country and become “Americanized”. […]

What Do Students Really Remember?

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EDF2085 – Diversity for Educators: To be used at the beginning of the semester to build cultural capital; while establishing awareness of varied perspectives in a classroom. The lesson begins with a thought provoking infographic, followed by a trip down memory lane; to encourage future educators to think about the influence teachers have on students. […]

AVOIDING INTERCULTURAL FAUX PAS

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TITLE: AVOIDING INTERCULTURAL FAUX PAS CLASS: BUSINESS COMMUNICATION OST 1335 INTRODUCTION: The “global village” is emerging fast. To be successful in a global marketplace, business communicators need to become more aware of their own culture and how it differs from others. These differences include: time, space, food, religious customs & holidays, body language—just to name […]

No more Bulky Binders – ePortfolio Bliss

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Laurinda Lott When I first enrolled in Destinations, I had a goal to find a new way to enhance a current portfolio project that is used in most of our Teacher Education courses.  This assignment that I am posting is slightly different than most as it is not just a simple lesson plan to be […]

Whose Language is it Anyway?

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INTRODUCTION EAP stands for English for Academic Purposes, but what is academic English and why is it important? *College: Students need specialized vocabulary in college classes. Academic subjects vary in – their vocabulary and expressions, – the types of text used (for instance essays, reports, research articles or summaries), – their texts’ structure and organization. […]