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					Diversity, Inclusion and Internationalization
The items in this category include resources in diversity, internationalizing the
curriculum, and inclusion, as well as safer campuses initiatives. These items are
available for sale online from the Queen’s Printer. Payment options are by Visa,
Mastercard or American Express, including expiry date.

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Best Practice Guidelines for Internationalizing the Curriculum

(1997)
by: Tom Whalley; Lin Langley; Linda Villarreal

This product was prepared by Tom Whalley, in collaboration with Lin Langley and
Linda Villarreal, all of Douglas College. These guidelines are intended to provide a
framework to guide efforts towards internationalizing the curriculum. The guidelines
include goal statements and quality indicators which facilitate program planning and
evaluation, consultation and participation, and the identification of strengths and
issues. Fifteen areas have been grouped into two categories: curricular and
program. Curricular areas are further divided into formal and operational. Program
refers to groupings of closely associated courses such as Nursing or loosely related
courses such as Liberal Arts.

Best Practice Guidelines for Internationalizing the Curriculum, 1997, Order
#MN1449

Web: http://www.publications.gov.bc.ca/pubdetail.aspx?nato=7960003170
Developing a Global Perspective for Introductory Sociology

(1999)
by: Susan Hess Nelson; Michael D. Nelson; Judi Stevenson

This project produced a variety of curriculum materials for use by sociology
instructors based on the experience of teaching introductory sociology in a way
intended to enhance the international literacy of students. The materials provide
notes on using the Internet to obtain current information related to course curriculum.
The project also provides suggestions for ways to encourage interest in
internationalizing the curriculum for introductory sociology courses. The project
materials were developed by Susan Hess Nelson, Michael D. Nelson, and Judi
Stevenson from Malaspina University-College.

Developing a Global Perspective for Introductory Sociology, 1999, Order #
MN1707

Web: http://www.publications.gov.bc.ca/pubdetail.aspx?nato=7960003193



Facing Diversity: Responding to Violence Against Women from
Diverse Cultures - Video and Instructor's Guide

(2002)
by: Shelley Rivkin; Nancy Li

This product consists of an Instructor's Guide and 45-minute "best practices" video
for use in workshops. Workshop activities are designed to raise awareness of the
issues and barriers faced by women from diverse cultures who are experiencing or
have experienced violence or abuse in their intimate relationships.

The Instructor's Guide includes sample lesson plans, content notes, suggested
activities and handouts for participants. The video includes three dramatic scenarios
and highlights some best practices used by criminal justice personnel.

The workshop assumes that participants have a basic understanding of the nature
and dynamics of violence against women in the dominant culture and are familiar
with the roles and responsibilities of criminal justice personnel.

BC public post-secondary educators: information on accessing the Video and
Instructor's Guide has already been provided to each institution in BC. Check with
your media librarian. Additional copies of the video (Order number PS2298 AEMAC)
may be ordered by BC public post-secondary institutions through AEMAC.

Facing Diversity: Responding to Violence Against Women from Diverse
Cultures - Video and Instructor's Guide, 2002, Order # Facing Diversity
Available from:

Justice Institute of British Columbia - Centre for Leadership and Community
Learning
715 McBride Boulevard
New Westminster, British Columbia V3L 5T4
Canada
Phone: 604-525-5422
Fax: 604-528-5518
Web: http://www.jibc.ca/cfcs/CustSol/Publications.html#facing



Gender and Diversity: Creating Inclusion in the College
Environment

(1999)
by: Joan McArthur-Blair

Joan McArthur-Blair of Vancouver Community College developed Gender and
Diversity: Creating Inclusion in the College Environment, a workshop outline, in 1995
and a companion Facilitator's Guide in 1999. The workshop outline includes
curriculum theory and interactive, participatory exercises intended to assist
administrators, faculty and staff with issues arising in relation to gender and diversity
in post-secondary education institutions. Included are a curriculum framework; a
thirty hour workshop, with facilitator’s notes; and a bibliography of selected texts
relating to both theory and workshop materials.

The Facilitator Guide provides suggestions for practitioners using the curriculum. It
also provides an extensive anthology of background readings for facilitators.

Gender and Diversity: Creating Inclusion in the College Environment, 1999,
Order # MN1238

Web: http://www.publications.gov.bc.ca/pubdetail.aspx?nato=7960003094



Internationalizing the Curriculum - A List of Resources

(1993)
by: Liza Hutchison

Sources about the issues, progress, and strategies for internationalizing the post-
secondary curriculum make up the bulk of the bibliography. Some selected works on
closely related issues around culture, diversity, intercultural communication and
multiculturalism are listed. The audiovisual section suggests initial approaches for
locating suitable resources. A few journals and other avenues for exploration are
mentioned.

Web: http://www.publications.gov.bc.ca/pubdetail.aspx?nato=7680001953



Internationalizing the Curriculum - Early Childhood Education

(1999)
by: Ildi Walkley

The project materials provide a description of a course to assist Early Childhood
Education students develop a more inclusive perspective in the care of children and
their families. The course was designed in a way that provides a framework for the
internationalization of curriculum across the Health, Human and Family Programs
Department. The materials were developed by Ildi Walkley at the College of the
Rockies.

Internationalizing the Curriculum - Early Childhood Education: Student
Manual, 1999, Order # MN1708

Web: http://www.publications.gov.bc.ca/pubdetail.aspx?nato=7680001942

Internationalizing the Curriculum - Early Childhood Education: Instructor
Guide, 1999, Order # MN1709

Web: http://www.publications.gov.bc.ca/pubdetail.aspx?nato=7680001941



Introductory Intercultural Communication: Selected Annotated
Resources for Faculty, and Introductory Intercultural
Communication: A Course Outline and Planning Guide

(1998)
by: Lin Langley; Linda Villarreal; Tom Whalley

Introductory Intercultural Communication: Selected Annotated Resources for
Faculty, is a selected bibliography that was completed by Lin Langley in
collaboration with Linda Villarreal and Tom Whalley, all of Douglas College. It is
intended for use by instructors teaching introductory intercultural communication
courses. Books, videos, simulation games, community associations, journals and
Internet resources are listed and described.

The bibliography is mostly limited to "best" works about communication among
people from different countries or geographical regions, published by experts in the
previous ten years. The works reviewed present both theoretical frameworks and
experiential learning models.

Introductory Intercultural Communication: A Course Outline and Planning Guide was
developed by Linda Villarreal in collaboration with Tom Whalley and Lin Langley, all
of Douglas College. It is intended to assist faculty in the teaching and learning of
intercultural communication at the post-secondary level.

The course outline can be used as a template for faculty to develop their own
university transfer introductory intercultural communication course or as a framework
for teaching the course. The planning guide is designed as an instructor’s aide for
teaching the course.

It includes resources and suggestions identified for each of the major curriculum
components with a list of interactive activities/assignments. In addition, it also
includes a description of various interdisciplinary models for delivering the course,
and an essay on conceptual issues in the course design.

Introductory Intercultural Communication: Selected Annotated Resources for
Faculty, 1998, Order # MN1446

Web: http://www.publications.gov.bc.ca/pubdetail.aspx?nato=7960002412

Introductory Intercultural Communication: A Course Outline and Planning
Guide, 1998, Order # MN1447

Web: http://www.publications.gov.bc.ca/pubdetail.aspx?nato=7960002413

				
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