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Handbook of Research on Teaching Strategies for Culturally and Linguistically Diverse International Students
Promising Teaching Practices, International Students, Student Satisfaction
This chapter describes three studies that explore promising teaching practices for teaching linguistically and culturally-diverse international students by identifying teaching practices that have high levels of international student satisfaction and student perceptions of learning. The first study, using a mixedmethods approach, found eight teaching practice areas that resonated with students. The second study, using a qualitative approach, identified similarities and dissimilarities between STEM and non-STEM students. The third study, using a qualitative approach, uncovered student preferences for online teaching practices. Recommendations for professional practice are discussed, along with potential areas for further research.
Smith, Clayton and Zhou, George. (2002). Teaching Culturally and Linguistically-Diverse International Students: Connections Between Promising Teaching Practices and Student Satisfaction. Handbook of Research on Teaching Strategies for Culturally and Linguistically Diverse International Students, 1-16.