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To do this, they must understand their own cultural preferences to achieve cultural competence.

I advise my new students to take their individual Cultural Orientation Indicator assessments, and bring them our orientation session to do group aggregate comparisons. That way, students get to see where they are within a group and how similar and different they are to others in terms of their interaction-style, thinking-style and sense-of-self preferences.

They also set themselves up in the networking function of the Cultural Navigator, which allows them to share resources on the CN through the sharing function, and communicate with each other on community message boards.

Karen Walch