Students want both native and non-native English-speaking teachers, but Victoria Phillips’s research finds that hiring practices may not always reflect this.
When international students move from one academic culture to another, they encounter differences with the students at their new college or university. The main difference we often focus on is the language proficiency of international students compared to domestic students. However, there can be deeper philosophical and cultural differences in terms of learning and teaching;…
Ges Ng and Rebecca Rosemoore present early findings from a pilot project which aimed to provide students with active learning opportunities using H5P.
Richard Ingold from Navitas English shares various teaching tools required for successful academic writing, including Power Words and Power Grammar.
Teaching statistics can be a complex mission. Explore how SIBT improved delivery and performance using innovative teaching and learning techniques.
Explore some highlights from a seminar presented by education consultant, writer, researcher and commentator, Helen Beetham, on understanding the student and teacher digital experience.
Since introducing approaches to educate staff and students about academic integrity, there has been a significant drop in academic misconduct cases reported at SIBT.
Kimi Anderson shares effective strategies and tips that teachers can implement to gauge students’ level of understanding in the classroom.
Sophie O’Keefe shares ‘The Guide to Best Practice in International Student Mental Health’ and considers approaches for addressing mental health concerns.