Making Your Case for the Skills and Competencies You Developed (Questions to Ask Students to Support Reflection)
Dr. Linda Gross, Collegiate Employment Research Institute, Michigan State University, 2011
- To what extent did you actively interact & build relationships with people who hold different interests, values, perspectives during your study abroad?
- How did your study abroad experience contribute to your understanding cultural differences in work or organizational settings?
- How did your study abroad experience help you learn to adapt to situations of change or undertake asks that were unfamiliar to you?
- Describe a situation on your study abroad that enhanced your ability to work independently
- Describe a time during your study abroad that challenged your ability to work with others in a group. What did you learn from this experience?
- Innovation and creativity are important skills. How did your study abroad experience stimulate how you Identify problems and develop alternatives for solutions?
- What was the most significant thing you learned about yourself during your study abroad experience and how might you apply this in new situations or broader contexts?