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Teaching and Learning Unite! - Peer Group Consultation: Tackling the challenges of intercultural teaching

The Unite! European University Alliance welcomes all partner’s teaching staff (including Ph.D. students and postdocs involved with teaching, lecturers, other teaching staff, as well as faculty) to a series of pedagogical events, a series of activities designed to share and develop teaching and learning in an international setting. The activities, courses and training events are run by pedagogical experts from the partner universities and are provided free of charge to the Unite! community.

Time: Mon 2021-06-28 09.00

Location: Virtual group consultation

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Pedagogical Activity 8: Peer Group Consultation: Tackling the challenges of intercultural teaching
Hosting university: TU Darmstadt
June 28th, 9-12 CET
Maximum participants: 10

In this virtual group consultation, we will reflect on the challenging situations that participants typically experience in their teaching contexts involving international students. Together as a group, our aim will be to develop possible solutions.

A successful learner will:
● Have developed strategies to overcome challenges typical of teaching situations involving international students as well as arising between local and international students
● Have gained insight into interculturally varying perspectives
● Have experienced the method of peer consultation as a means to develop and improve teaching in their own department

Target groups: Lecturers who teach or supervise diverse student groups including international and local students. Please be prepared to bring in your own questions. No prerequisites.

Contact person: Dr. Annette Glathe, email:

To register (deadline June 14th) and read more:
​​​​​​​Link to "Peer Group Consultation: Tackling the challenges of intercultural teaching" ​​​​​​​ ​​​​​​​

To read more about the series Teaching and Learning Unite!:
​​​​​​​Link to "Teaching and Learning Unite!" ​​​​​​​ ​​​​​​​