This course has been designed to provide participants with an understanding and know-how of researching interculturality. In this context, the course will first contextualize interculturality research historically through the exploration of social research in terms of its philosophical foundations and epistemological paradigms. The course will then put the complex interplay between language education and interculturality in perspective and focus on the main principles and tenets of how to research interculturality.
Time Commitment: There are no deadlines in the course and you can work through the material at your own pace, but you should expect to spend roughly 12 hours on the readings, videos and tasks.
Prerequisites: Participants should complete Course 1 to start this course.