As educators, it is our goal to ensure domestic and international students are able to articulate their higher education experiences, especially to potential employers. Below are resources that colleagues in the field have provided permission to share with the education community-at-large. Please make sure to attribute any materials you use. If you have content you would like to share in this forum, please email it to firstname.lastname@example.org. Many thanks to all those who have contributed to this resource!
Digital Storytelling Rubric
This document was created by Tara Harvey, Ph.D., for CIEE. Instructors can use this rubric to grade the digital stories (and provide the rubric to students ahead of time so they know how they’ll be graded). You can view two examples of digital stories students turned in for the class here.
Murdoch University (Australia)
Bringing the Learning Home: Learning Teaching Resources
Putting Your International Experience to Work
All the material on the Bringing the Learning Home (BTLH) website is freely available under Creative Commons, as long as the original site is cited. It is available for colleagues to use and re-purpose, though acknowledgement of the original site is requested and work in BTLH should be cited. US colleagues should incorporate non-Australian materials to make most relevant to US students.
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