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Independent learning is critical for success in higher education. Paul Lockhart-Thomas from Cambridge Ruskin International College shares approaches to directing and supporting independent learning.
Chad Eller draws from his own experiences with grading assignments to demonstrate how you can provide engaging and useful feedback for international students.
The ‘Internationalizing your teaching’ workshop series offered faculty in North American colleges professional development, to better engage with the needs of international students.
Athanassia Iosifidou looks at how schools are engaging adult ESL learners in the community, to understand how they can be supporting students more in their education.
Amanda Johnson-Toala, Executive Director at the University of New Hampshire GSSP, discusses ways to initiate cross-cultural reflection.
In this recording, Athanassia Iosifidou draws on research to show how student engagement outside the classroom can lead to better health and well-being outcomes in students.
As part of UI’s Spring 2018 Lecture Series, Chad Eller shares his ideas on giving student feedback on writing to help faculty to avoid common pitfalls.
Dan O’Donohue shares quick tips to make Moodle pages easier to read for students, teachers and administration.
As part of UI’s Spring 2018 Lecture Series, Ibtesam Hussein and Katie Schiffelbein explore challenges faculty face when working with international students and their perceptions of students’ learning needs.
As part of UI’s Spring 2018 Lecture Series, Margot Volem presents key theories in second language acquisition (SLA) research.
The University of Idaho GSSP’s Spring 2018 Lecture Series: Supporting excellence in teaching international students and English language learners.
Introducing UMass Lowell’s Pair-Up Program, a student cultural exchange program bridging the gap between international and domestic students through mutual interests.