He teaches courses at the intersection between ethics, religion, and culture, including courses on ethics and contemporary social issues,...
This MOOC presents participants in the teaching English as a Foreign Language (EFL) community with a working definition of culture and tools for analyzing, understanding, and negotiating differences between cultures.
“This course is a great example of how RMA is expanding its educational offerings for bankers and risk managers to be successful in today’s challenging markets,” said RMA President and CEO Nancy Foster.
A series of small group activities and scenarios will prepare participants to integrate critical thinking into their daily practice, model and design practical solutions, generate alternatives, and evaluate and negotiate decisions.
Read More Steven Benko, Ph D Assistant Professor, Meredith College Steven Benko is assistant professor of religious and ethical studies at Meredith College.
His primary areas of interest are in contemporary ethical thought.
They are represented in the Association by 18,000 individuals located throughout North America, Europe, Australia, and Asia/Pacific.
This online self-paced course is an introduction to the importance of critical thinking in the business world.
The exploration of culture in an EFL setting requires helping students engage in authentic situations to develop the ability to navigate across a variety of cultures.
Participants explore what critical thinking is and why it is necessary for the development of intercultural competence. Kara Mc Bride is an Education Specialist and TESOL expert at World Learning, which implements educational programs around the world.