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Map of the 1858 Atlantic Cable route Bildinformationen anzeigen
 guest talk by Gary Younge, June 12, 2018 © Adelheid Rutenburges Bildinformationen anzeigen
Dirk Night with Armani Cotton Bildinformationen anzeigen
Transatlantikdampfer "Berengaria" (1920); Route: Liverpool-New York-Liverpool. Bildinformationen anzeigen
Erstsemesterbrownies, April 2018 Bildinformationen anzeigen
guest talk by Gary Younge, June 12, 2018 © Madita Oeming Bildinformationen anzeigen

Map of the 1858 Atlantic Cable route

Foto: Von Unbekannt - Howe's Adventures & Achievements of Americans; en:Image:Atlantic_cable_Map.jpg, Gemeinfrei, https://commons.wikimedia.org/w/index.php?curid=622111

guest talk by Gary Younge, June 12, 2018 © Adelheid Rutenburges

Dirk Night with Armani Cotton

Foto: Miriam Jassmeier

Transatlantikdampfer "Berengaria" (1920); Route: Liverpool-New York-Liverpool.

Foto: Wikimedia Commons

Erstsemesterbrownies, April 2018

Foto: Madita Oeming

guest talk by Gary Younge, June 12, 2018 © Madita Oeming

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Successful international teaching collaboration with the University of Alberta, Canada

“A truly authentic experience working with someone from a different country. I have been telling everybody about this course.” Teaching language internationally was a success!

Last week, Dr. Katharina von Elbwart and Dagmar Keatinge finished teaching their first international class together with their colleague Dr. William Dunn from the University of Alberta (UofA) in Canada. During their collaborative project, students from both the English Department at UPB and the Secondary Education Department at UofA joined synchronous sessions via Zoom to discuss theoretical and applied perspectives on teaching a second/foreign language. During the 8-week course, student were immersed in an intercultural learning experience, came to know international perspectives on language education, and worked on their assignments in German-Canadian groups on- and offline. The results of this new teaching collaboration were presented in micro-teaching units on the last day of class. The feedback has been overwhelmingly positive, and everyone hopes to continue this project in the near future.

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