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Building Cultural

  Dr. Richard D. Bucher - Diversity Educator and Consultant
   (contributing author - Patricia L. Bucher)


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Pearson Presents:
Regional Student Success Forum

This Regional Forum focused on Inspiring Change is a timely two‐day enrichment seminar created for those who teach a Student Success course.

Cost: Any school using a Pearson Student Success text as required course material may send the first two registrants at no charge and for $199 per person thereafter. Registration for attendees not using a Pearson Student Success product is only $299. Continuing Education credit will be awarded for participation. All designated sessions, materials, and on‐site group meals are included as part of the registration fee. Travel and hotel expenses are not included.

Cancellation/No Show Policy: Cancellations require at least seven days’ notice. The no‐show fee is $95.

Session topics: Explore how inspiring change among our students can promote positive college experience, motivation and ultimately retention. Sessions focus on practical methodologies to integrate into your classroom and an array of topics, including MyStudentSuccessLab technology and Program solutions, Successful Intelligence, Diversity, Social Media, Learning Styles and Multiple Intelligences and Emotional Intelligence.

Participant Gift: “It’s in the Syllabus” t‐shirt (limited to size/quantity on site)

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Dr. Bucher's Presentation:

Building Cultural Intelligence: Providing Students with the Skills They Absolutely Need in a Global Environment

In the 21st Century, cultural intelligence (CQ) is becoming crucial to student success in college and careers. Therefore, it is impreative that we integrate CQ megaskills into what we teach and how we teach; whether in the traditional classroom or online. Once you complete this highly interactive workshop, you will leave with specific activities and strategies that you can use to promote cultural intelligence amongst your students. Key CQ competences will be addressed including shifting perspectives, dealing with bias, checking cultural lenses, intercultural communication, and understandeing the dynamics of power. Participants will engage in a wide variety of thought-provoking, classroom-tested exercises which can be used effectively in class. Finally, participants will be given self-assessments in order to evaluate their CQ, identify their own strengths as well as areas that need further development.

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