Poster 108

Evaluating interventions in the international classroom with longitudinal data from the Global Mind Monitor

  • Wednesday 27 Sept
  • Poster area, Level 1, Rotterdam Ahoy

The Global Mind Monitor is a self-assessment tool that maps students’ development of global competence. It has been used by over 13,000 individuals, with the aggregated data used to map the effectiveness of interventions in international education. This poster summarises the results of three recent GMM studies, analysing the importance of cultural distance, classroom composition and Internationalisation at Home activities for intercultural competence development.


  • Research on internationalisation
    • Research on internationalisation


  • Joris Boonen, 
    Zuyd University of Applied Sciences, Netherlands
  • Pieter Dijkstra, 
    Etil Research Group, Netherlands