Collaborative Learning for International Capabilities
Virtual exchange delivers global opportunities to any student by releasing the power of creative educators to connect their classrooms across countries. CLICK, Gazelle International's turnkey program, empowers international campus partners to prepare all graduates to thrive in today's globally connected world. Harnessing our wraparound training and support, faculty guide students deploying technology, teamwork and cross-cultural skills to achieve their home-courses’ learning goals and so much more.
CLICK Virtual Exchange
Gazelle International empowers innovative colleges and creative faculty to develop all students’ capacity to thrive in our globally networked society and workforce. Through virtual exchange, faculty connect their classrooms enabling students to use technology, team work, and cross-cultural skills to produce a final cross-national project.
With our turnkey system CLICK - Collaborative Learning for International Capabilities and Knowledge - educational leaders can deploy our tested action framework to move from zero to success with virtual exchange in as little as one year.
Intercultural Maturity & Awareness
21st Century Skills
Training & Support
Turnkey Virtual Exchange
"It was really interesting to see how France and the United States differ in ways such as healthcare and the way that they communicate and work together. It gave me a different outlook on how other people may work and how I will approach different situations in healthcare"
~ University of North Alabama Student
The CLICK Turnkey System
The CLICK turnkey system is your one-stop shop for bringing and
expanding virtual exchange on your campus. CLICK allows you to harness the power of your faculty and curriculum sustainably and at scale. Once teachers start CLICKing, projects are self-replicating allowing you to reach all your students with global skills.
See How CLICK Works
CLICK Workshops help teachers “find concrete footing for VE and does not require a complete overhaul of individual teaching processes while bringing in some fresh air to years-old practices.”
~ IUT Nancy-Brabois, Université de Lorraine Faculty Member