FACULTY SURVEY OF MULTICULTURALIZING THE CLASSROOM
OFFICE OF INSTRUCTION, DR. VERA ZDRAVKOVICH

FALL 2002

Please take a moment to allow us to assess the level of international/multicultural course content in all disciplines at PGCC. Describe your classroom use, thinking of all courses you teach. Fill out the survey by WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 27. To enter your reply, BE SURE to click the SUBMIT button at the end of this survey.

If you have any questions or comments, please contact Marlene Cohen, mcohen@pgcc.edu or x0177, International Center Activities



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PART I.

INCORPORATING INTERNATIONAL PERSPECTIVES INTO THE CONTENT OF THE COURSE


Do you believe that you include international perspectives in the content of your course?

yes
no
unsure


If so, to what extent, throughout a semester?


frequently
sometimes
seldom


In what ways do you include international perspectives? Please describe and give examples.




PART II.

UTILIZING STUDENTS' EXPERIENCES TO PROVIDE MULTIPLE PERSPECTIVES ON CLASS CONTENT


Do you believe that you include students' experiences, particularly those who have lived in other cultural environments, to provide multiple perspectives on the content of your course?

yes
no
unsure


If so, to what extent, throughout a semester?


frequently
sometimes
seldom


In what ways do you include students' multiple perspectives? Please describe and give examples.





PART III.

Would you be interested in having student speakers in your class on international/cultural topics?

yes
no


If so, what Student Speakers Bureau topics would you recommend?





PART IV.

Would you be interested in being involved in and International Center - Academic Support center on campus?

yes
no

If so, in what ways?




Do you have recommendations for services such a center should offer, or needs such a center should address? Please share your comments here or contact...
...Marlene Cohen

X0177

mcohen@pgcc.edu



THANK YOU FOR YOUR FEEDBACK!



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