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Teaching international students : enhancing learning for all

Author: Judith Carroll; Janette Ryan
Publisher: London : Routledge, 2005.
Series: SEDA series.
Edition/Format:   Book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Focusing on teachers, this book looks at the experience of teaching international students who often find it difficult to perform to their full abilities in a foreign environment. This title includes  Read more...

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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Judith Carroll; Janette Ryan
ISBN: 0415350654 9780415350655 0415350662 9780415350662
OCLC Number: 60512748
Description: 192 p. ; 24 cm.
Contents: INTRODUCTION 'Canaries in the coalmine': International students in Western universities, Dr. Janette Ryan and Ms. Jude Carroll; SECTION ONE: CULTURAL MIGRATION AND LEARNING; Maximising international students' 'cultural capital', Dr. Janette Ryan and Dr. Susan Hellmundt, Gathering cultural knowledge: Useful or use with care?, Professor Kam Louie, Strategies for becoming more explicit, Ms. Jude Carroll - Lightening the load': teaching in English, learning in English, Ms. Jude Carroll; SECTION TWO: METHODOLOGIES AND PEDAGOGIES; Building intercultural competencies: Implications for academic skills development, Dr. Patricia McLean and Ms. Laurie Ransom, Writing in the International Classroom, Ms. Diane Schmitt, Fostering intercultural learning through multicultural group work, Mr. Glauco deVita, Multicultural groups for discipline-specific tasks: can a new approach be more effective?, Ms Jude Carroll, Improving teaching and learning practices for international students: Implications for curriculum, pedagogy and assessment, Dr. Janette Ryan, Postgraduate supervision,Dr. Janette Ryan; SECTION THREE :INTERNATIONALISING THE CURRICULUM; Internationalisation of curriculum: An institutional approach, Professor Graham Webb, Internationalisation of the curriculum: teaching and learning, Dr. Betty Leask, Postgraduate research: the benefits for institutions, supervisors and students of working across and between cultures, Associate Professor James Sillitoe, Ms. Janis Webb and Ms. Christabel Ming Zhang, Collaborating and co-learning: sharing the message on teaching international students within institutions, Ms Lee Dunn and Ms. Jude Carroll, The student experience: challenges and rewards, Dr. Janette Ryan
Series Title: SEDA series.
Responsibility: edited by Judith Carroll and Janette Ryan.
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