York University’s Globally Networked Learning (GNL) team will host the first York-GNL workshop on Monday, Oct. 17 from 10 to 11:30 a.m. to share with York community members, as well as external institutions and partner faculty members, how the University successfully integrated GNL into academics.
The York University’s Globally Networked Learning Workshops 2022-23 will focus on innovative pedagogies that combine internationalization and experiential education through co-teaching a course with an international partner. Participants will learn how to provide student-centered teaching and learning within this context, and will learn how to integrate GNL-enhanced activities into courses, including developing new and/or enhancing existing partnerships through GNL.
York GNL faculty course leaders will share their experiences, and provide information on student learning outcomes and feedback.
The GNL approach engages faculty and students from different locations around the world to participate in collaborative class discussions, joint lectures, assignments and/or research projects through innovative pedagogies and the use of online communication and information technologies. GNL promotes and facilitates intercultural communication and global learning for both Faculties and students.
York-GNL workshops will help faculty members, administrative and program staff to explore the GNL as a teaching-learning approach and provide in-depth and hands-on guidance (“the how-tos”) to mount your own GNL projects and bring global perspectives and cross-cultural discussions into the classroom.
To learn more about GNL, visit the GNL website.