Keep in mind...
As you accumulate more experiences, accomplish greater tasks, and embark on bigger journeys, you’re scorecard should reflect this. That is why there are levels (1-5). For example, attending a 1 hour information session (level 1) on studying abroad is not the same as actually going abroad (level 4). Successfully studying and participating in another culture’s daily life has far more impact on your Global/Cultural competence than the 1 hour information session. That is what the levels distinguish, the difference in proficiency among experiences within a competency. Overtime, your proficiency within each competency will become increasingly comprehensive. For example, you have reached Level 2 in all of your competencies. When this happens, your overall level will increase. Your overall level will match whatever the lowest level achieved is throughout all your competencies. So if you have reached level 2 in all but one competency, then your overall level will remain Level 1 until you reach Level 2 in all of the competencies.
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