In looking at what these pedagogical changes are and their implications for students, faculty, staff, and institutions, we highlight:
Seven key developments in online learning and how they impact our understanding of pedagogy;
More than 60 examples of applications of these developments in innovations in colleges and universities in Ontario, across Canada, and internationally, selected from Contact North | Contact Nord's Pockets of Innovations Series on teachonline.ca; and
Seven questions for you to consider about the implications of changes in pedagogy and student learning.
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We provide research-based tools, training, and assessments to build Cultural Intelligence (CQ)—the ability to relate and work effectively with people from different nationalities, ethnicities, age groups, and more.
National cultures can be described according to the analysis of Geert Hofstede. These ideas were first based on a large research project into national culture differences across subsidiaries of a multinational corporation (IBM) in 64 countries. Subsequent studies by others covered students in 23 countries, elites in 19 countries, commercial airline pilots in 23 countries, up-market consumers in 15 countries, and civil service managers in 14 countries. Together these studies identified and validated four independent dimensions of national culture differences, with a fifth dimension added later.