Fostering International Student Success in Higher Education, Second Edition

Authors

  • Trisha Dowling University of Michigan

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.32674/jis.v13i3.6099

Keywords:

international students, equity, pedagogy

Abstract

The second edition of Fostering International Student Success in Higher Education provides educators and administrators with clear and accessible resources to support international students. The authors highlight the ethical importance of an asset-based approach to education, which focuses on what students can do rather than what they are lacking. The book shares many practical classroom activities that follow this approach, such as linguistically responsive and antiracist teaching methods. The book also discusses opportunities that institutions can provide to foster community-connected learning and cross-cultural interaction. Both new educators and seasoned professionals working with international students will find this book a useful guide for their profession.

Author Biography

Trisha Dowling , University of Michigan

Trisha Dowling is a doctoral student in Social Justice Education at the University of Toronto and a lecturer at the English Language Institute at the University of Michigan. Her current research interests include integrating service learning, well-being, and community building in EAP courses.

References

Shapiro, S., Farrelly, R., & Tomaš, Z. (2023). Fostering International Student Success in higher education. TESOL Press.

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Published

2023-08-01

How to Cite

Dowling , T. . (2023). Fostering International Student Success in Higher Education, Second Edition . Journal of International Students, 13(3), 389–392. https://doi.org/10.32674/jis.v13i3.6099

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Research Articles (English)