From the toolbox
Project-based learning: Global team work tackles real-world problems
Tech Tools: Top ten tips for improving your live video conferences.
From the Field
Blog: Losing an argument leads
to a career.
Field Training: Collaborative Online International Learning (COIL) courses.
from the trainer
National Training Workshops
Western Carolina University: 9/16/2016 1-3pm
U of North Carolina-Asheville: 9/15/2016 9-5pm
U of Washington-Bothell:: 10/28/2016 9-5pm
International COIL Webinar: 11/29/2016 9am PST
Greg Tuke specializes in designing and teaching high- engagement international course collaborations at the University of Washington, with students working on global problem-solving teams. He trains faculty locally and internationally to embed these global teaching strategies into existing courses, across a wide range of academic subjects. Tuke is the recipient of a Fulbright-Nehru Scholar Fellowship for his work in International Project-Based Learning and recently returned from six months of teaching and training faculty in India in 2016.