Author ORCID Identifier
https://orcid.org/0000-0002-7611-9193 : Clayton Smith
Literacy Information and Computer Education Journal
teaching, satisfaction, learning, international
This paper explores promising teaching practices for teaching linguistically and culturally diverse international students by identifying the teaching practices that have high levels of international student satisfaction and student perceptions of learning. Data were collected through an online survey at a mid-sized Canadian public comprehensive university. Variability of student satisfaction by individual student characteristics (e.g., level of study, year of study, age, gender, field of study, country of origin, length of time studying outside country of origin, parents’ educational level, and study location) is presented. Recommendations for professional practice are discussed
Smith, Clayton A.; Zhou, George; Potter, Michael; Wang, Deena; Pecoraro, Miranda; and Paulino, Renan. (2019). Variability by Individual Student Characteristics of Student Satisfaction with Promising International Student Teaching Practices. Literacy Information and Computer Education Journal, 10 (3), 3160-3169.