Best practices in developing and assessing intercultural competence

The ability to effectively engage in intercultural interactions is essential for individuals to thrive in our interconnected, culturally diverse world. Mount Royal University seek to compare different methods of assessing intercultural development to determine if there is alignment among these instruments and identify the strengths of each assessment tool. With this recognition, there has been an increase in the use of intercultural tools and activities to prepare students for interactions with people in different cultures.

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