Creation of a Cross-Culture Collaboration Course and Examination of Its Benefits for Visiting and Host Undergraduate Students

Benjamin Ahn, Jane A. Connor


The purpose of this paper is (1) to present a cross-culture collaboration (CCC) skill-training curriculum that was developed in the US for visiting Singaporean students and host US students, and (2) to examine the benefits of this curriculum for the students. The course benefits were assessed using pre- and post-class surveys and students’ journal entries. This study provides insight into the value of CCC course and guides educators in teaching CCC to students in classes.

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International Research in Higher Education  ISSN 2380-9183 (Print)  ISSN 2380-9205 (Online)

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