Nurturing Global Problem Solvers: An Action Research Approach to Instructional Design

Chong XIAO, Wing Fung CHAN

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Abstract

Higher education historically bears the mission of cultivating citizens. Wherever universities are situated, and whatever students study, educators in contemporary higher education are compelled to think about how to best prepare their students for living and working in a complexly interdependent global environment. This chapter discusses a series of international course connections, between Lingnan University (Hong Kong) and other collaborative partners, that specifically addresses developing competencies in global problem-solving. Using the Association of American Colleges and Universities (henceforth AAC&U) Global Learning VALUE rubric as our guide, we outline our incremental process of instructional design and demonstrate how such collaborators can cultivate knowledge of global systems and help promote global problem-solving.
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationThe Wiley Handbook of Collaborative Online Learning and Global Engagement
EditorsDeirdre JOHNSTON, Irene LÓPEZ
PublisherJohn Wiley & Sons Ltd.
Chapter14
Pages230-245
ISBN (Electronic)9781119634812, 9781119634867
ISBN (Print)9781119634775
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 2 Aug 2022

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