Tools for Teachers

Since Introduction to International and Global Studies is intended to be used as a course textbook, we have put together some additional materials to assist educators interested in incorporating the book into their curriculum. We have taught the material ourselves, and our experiences and student responses have informed the development of this material to help turn it into a successful teaching tool.

We think of the comments section of this page as a means for instructors using this text to share assignments, in-class activities, and other suggestions for using the book both with us as well as other faculty. In this sense, we hope that it will be a teaching tool. Have a great idea? See a great website that you would like to share with your colleagues? Or did a class activity really work and lead to great discussion? Please let all of us know what’s worked for you by posting a reply below.

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Instructor’s Manual

Welcome to the online instructor’s manual for Introduction to International and Global Studies. It is organized to provide ancillary material such as sample exams; additional resources, assignments, and activities; and even an extra chapter that explores issues related to world languages. Four rounds of students have worked with various iterations of the textbook and provided …

Additional Chapter

Chapter 14: Language is an additional chapter that does not appear in the textbook but is available here in PDF format for you to view, download, or print to distribute to students. Click the link below to access it. Chapter 14: Language (PDF)

Examination and Desk Copies

Exam Copies If you would like to consider Introduction to International and Global Studies for possible use in a course you are teaching, print exam copies are available for a 50% discount from UNC Press. Electronic exam copies are available to instructors for free. See the UNC Press site for policies and options: UNC Press …

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