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  1. This book is the only book available that surveys the variety of instructional methods used by professional cross-cultural educators and trainers. By providing analysis and/or descriptions of each method, along with examples that can be used as they are adapted to particular situations, the...
  2. The need for new approaches, methods, and techniques in cross-cultural training and intercultural education are virtually insatiable, especially for experiential activities. The emphasis in this book is on activities that foster the development of intercultural awareness and cross-cultural...
  3. Key Resource 1983-01-01 The process of adjusting to life in a foreign culture is nearly always a stressful experience due to the cultural and psychological disorientation which results. Where this disorientation is severe and prolonged, physical or emotional withdrawal from the stressful situation will eventually...
  4. 1988-01-01 The Village Technology Handbook has been an important tool for development workers and do-it-yourselfers for 25 years. First published in 1963 under the auspices of the U.S. Agency for International Development, the Handbook has gone through eight major printings. Versions in French and Spanish,...
  5. 2002-01-01 C. S. Lewis compared the task of ethical inquiry to sailing a fleet of ships; the primary task is avoiding collisions. When introducing cultural change, such collisions are inevitable. Bruce Bradshaw provides expert instruction for navigating these cultural clashes. Bradshaw contends that lasting...
  6. 1987-01-19 This teaching guide uses examples from rural communities to bring out some of these lessons for the two-thirds world. The main focus is on initiating a process that is determined by local interests and appropriate solutions, rather than a program controlled by the budgets and agendas of external...
  7. 2003-01-01 Teaching Cross-Culturally is a challenging consideration of what it means to be a Christian educator in a culture other than your own. Chapters include discussions about how to uncover cultural biases, how to address intelligence and learning styles, and teaching for biblical transformation....
  8. How can we make friends overseas? Common history or common interests bind two people. But where is the common ground between workersand the people they come to live with? For those who desire to give more than just service, and who believe they can serve best in the context of friendship, this...