Guidelines for Making Presentations During IEW
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Request a Speaker
Submit an Event
Flat Stanley and Flat Stella
an International Career Day by inviting alumni and /or local international
experts as speakers.
Organize a symposium on campus or in your community on an "international"
Some ideas include:
The importance of foreign language study
Recruit local citizens with overseas experience (Fulbright students,
scholars and teachers, former diplomats, Peace Corps volunteers,
business leaders, or journalists) to discuss their international
careers and the importance of international education and exchange.
This can be as formal as a panel presentation or speech or as
informal as a coffee hour or brown bag lunch.
International exchange and study abroad opportunities
education as the key to homeland security
The internationalization of higher education
The global classroom: Internet exchange and distance
Dealing with Culture Shock
and / or screen a video about the experiences of international
students on your campus and/or students back from a semester or
Organize a festival spotlighting a particular country or region.
In addition to films, live performances, or art exhibits, interactive
elements such as teaching students how to cook food of a particular
country, learn a traditional dance, or the basics of a foreign
Host a Quiz Bowl on international affairs, geography, or world
history. (For ideas, take
the IEW Quiz!)
Participate in a Model
UN or play host to a high school Model UN.
Flag Display at Ormond Middle
School in Centerville, Virginia