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Working with International Students--Tips for Faculty

Tips for faculty working with international students

Teaching tips

Recognizing and Addressing Cultural Variation

This guide, from Carnegie Mellon University, identifies different educational experiences that students may have and provides suggestions for addressing cultural variations in the classroom.

 Pedagogical Issues and Strategies

Practical tips from the Center for Teaching and Learning and the University of Michigan. Topics include: Bridging differences in background knowledge and classroom practice; Teaching non-native speakers of English; Improving climate; and Promoting academic integrity.

Tips from the Director of International Programs at Marietta College

Practical advice to incorporate in your teaching.

From the Writing Center at UNC - Chapel Hill

Specific steps you can take when teaching ESL learners.

10 Tips on How to Teach International Students Effectively

This item is from an open source blog informED, an online education provider from Sydney, AU.

Practical Suggestions for Accommodating ESL Learners

Oregon State University participated in a 3-year documentary project funded by Oregon State University's Center for Writing and Learning and its Writing Intensive Curriculum Program. The documentary's purpose is to help faculty, writing assistants, and other professionals work more productively with international students in writing environments.  Parts two and three are available below.  Used with permission.