Assessing Progress in Global Learning and Development of Students with Education Abroad Experiences
Keywords:Global learning, Global development, Assessment, Education abroad, Study abroad, Student experiences
This article presents a research study based on an assessment of student's self-reports on education abroad experiences and the changes and growth within their self-reports of their global learning and development.
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