CQ in the Classroom
Many universities and high schools seek to enhance student's intercultural capabilities so that they are better prepared to function effectively in today's highly diverse world. You can assess student's capabilities with the only evidence-based assessment of cultural intelligence (CQ).
Growing numbers of faculty and administrators are using our CQ assessments to measure student's intercultural competencies. CQ Summary Reports can be used as documentation for review and accreditation purposes because CQ assessment results can demonstrate that academic programs improve cultural competencies of students.
We offer the following online assessments and personalized feedback reports for Educational CQ Programs. Assessments can be used on a one-time basis or can be done before and after specific teaching modules or courses.
Student CQ Self-Assessment
This CQ assessment is a self-inventory of the four CQ capabilities. Students complete online surveys and receive a 12-page feedback report. Reports include scores for the four CQ capabilities, comparisons with the CQ worldwide norms, and reflection questions to guide interpretation of the feedback.
Additional Services for Educational and Classroom Contexts
Student CQ Multi-Rater AssessmentThis assessment can be used effectively with students in educational settings, especially when classrooms are multicultural. Participants and their observers complete online surveys, and participants receive a 20-page personalized feedback report.
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Feedback on Individual Cultural Value OrientationsWe can add assessment and feedback on Individual Cultural Value Orientations to CQ Educational Assessment Programs. Participants receive enhanced 14-page feedback reports with information on cultural intelligence as well as their personal preferences for seven individual cultural value orientations (e.g. individualism vs. collectivism, low vs. high context, etc.). Note: individual cultural value orientation feedback is automatically included in CQ Multi-Rater programs.
Before and After AssessmentsClassroom programs can be set up for a one-time stand-alone assessment or can include two assessments - such as before and after specific instructional modules or courses.
CQ Summary ReportsInstructors can request CQ Summary Reports with aggregated results for a group of students.
Summary reports include demographic characteristics of participants, comparison of participant scores with the CQ worldwide norms, distribution of participant scores (low-moderate-high), and interpretative observations and implications.
CQ Summary Reports for specialized programs also include information on the distribution of individual cultural value orientations, comparisons between sub-groups of participants, comparisons between self and observer ratings, and/or comparisons between T1 and T2 scores.
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