Related Books & Resources
For more information about the topics covered in the Global Diversity in the Classroom guide, explore these recommended books, articles and scholarly publications on international students in U.S. higher education.
General Advice for Professors
- View students based on their skills and potential rather than their differences and challenges.
- Avoid making assumptions about students, their knowledge or their abilities and experiences.
- Get to know your students.
- Help students become a part of the academic community.
- Be clear about expectations.
Source: Johnnie Hafernik, 2012.
Blogs, Presentations & More
- English Language Learners in University Classrooms: Practical Resources for Faculty: Blog post from TESOL (Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages) association website
- Engaging International Students in the Classroom: PowerPoint from GW Teaching Day presentation on engaging international students in the classroom (September 2017)
- Want to Reach All of Your Students? Here’s How to Make Your Teaching More Inclusive: Advice Guide from the Chronicle of Higher Education (July 19)
- Recognizing and Addressing Cultural Variations in the Classroom: Brochure from Carnegie Mellon University
- Latitude(s): What matters in global education - and why: Subscribe and/or browse articles from Karin Fischer's Chronicle of Higher Education global education newsletter, Latitudes.