encourage interactive teaching methods and reciprocal learning;
add new insights and dimensions to class discussions;
- promote students’ active learning and engage students with different learning styles;
- develop students’ civic and leadership skills;
- foster relationships between faculty and community organizations, which can open other opportunities for collaborative work;
- improve school climate and positive school-community relationships.
- develop both interpersonal sand leadership skills as result of international collaboration;
- develop a sense of meaning and purpose in their academic life;
- experience different cultures and as a result, reduce many negative and unnecessary stereotypes;
- develop critical thinking and problem-solving skills;
- enhance various skills in the areas of communication, collaboration, and leadership;
- gain deeper understanding of themselves and empathy and respect for others.