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Thompson Rivers University

Interculturalizing the Curriculum


Interculturalizing the Curriculum – Faculty PD Program

The Centre for Excellence in Learning and Teaching offers a unique and intensive professional development opportunity for faculty members to enhance culturally responsive teaching strategies and incorporate intercultural learning outcomes in curriculum.

Want to participate in this professional development program?


Impact of Program

Check out what past participants have to say about the Interculturalizing the Curriculum Program and the documented research findings.

What Participants Have Said
Research: Faculty Perceptions

As published in: Garson, K., Bourassa, E., & Odgers, T. (2016). Interculturalizing the curriculum: Faculty professional development. Journal of Intercultural Education. Routledge, Taylor and Francis



Program Schedule


May Day 1

Cultural self-awareness

Culture General Frameworks

Theoretical models

Intercultural Development Inventory (IDI)

May Day 2

Facilitated by Jann Derrick

Indigenous world views

De-colonizing practice

Experiential learning

May Day 3

Multiple perspective & inclusive pedagogies

Writing Learning outcomes

Backward Curriculum design

Intercultural and Global Learning outcomes

May Day 4

Curriculm re-visioning


Peer Feedback


Report on Pilot