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Developing Intercultural Competence

Learning spiral based on Deardorff (2006) to describe basic elements of intercultural competence and a model for its development.
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Michael Kimmig

on 6 September 2011

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Transcript of Developing Intercultural Competence

Intercultural Competence Self Competence Social Competence Methodological
Competence Context Competence Learning through experience Learning
through
experience ... individually ... in teams Developing Intercultural Competence learning spiral Personal preferences and attitudes
Motivation
Self-management Personal preferences and attitudes
Knowledge about one's own and other cultures
Contact management
Language and communicative skills
Conflict management What are the key elements of intercultural competence? Ability to reflect
"Learning-how-to-learn" ability
Critical, creative and think-link thinking
Problem-solving skills
Project-management skills
Specific technical and methodological skills Knowledge of an experience in different contexts
Skills and experience in managing complex situations Developing intercultural competence is an interplay of various skills, knowledge and abilities. Source: adopted from Dahrendorff, Darla 2006 Intercultural Competence = the ability to communicate and work efficiently and appropriatly in intercultural situations 1 How does Intercultural Competence develop? Learning through experience as well as constant reflection extends and broaden intercultural competence. 2 learning spiral
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