This webinar will explore the role of academic culture in the experiences of international and multilingual students and how we can support transition into common US classroom culture.  We will present some typical classroom values and practices of US academic culture that might be new for students and identify some strategies that can facilitate the adjustment. [This session is based on the text, Fostering International Students Success in Higher Education and focuses on the second chapter. [No need to read the book prior to attending the webinar.]


This webinar is co-facilitated in partnership between Internationalizing the Curriculum and Campus (ICC) and the Minnesota English Language Program (MELP).

This webinar falls under the following ICC webinar themes:

  • Theoretical Foundations for Teaching in Globally Diverse Classes
  • Inclusive Learning Communities: Integration, inclusion, and community building in the Classroom
  • Intercultural Interaction: Developing important skills and attitudes
  • Supporting Multilingual Learner: Engaging & embracing linguistic diversity

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