Beginning in fall 2012, the International Education Division made available for the academic year, a faculty member to consult with discipline faculty who would like assistance in working with International and English Language Acquisition students, both international and immigrant/resident, who are enrolled in college classes.
This person may be able to:
-help faculty analyze an instructional issue related to International and English Language Acquisition students in the classroom
-assist in reviewing assessments and language used in assignments
-help assess cultural influences present to assist in problem solving and optimize class discussion or small group participation
-discuss and identify effective classroom management techniques
-refer faculty to resources for best practices in effectively teaching non-native English speaking students.
There may be other areas that develop as we proceed. The idea is to provide a resource for faculty to support student success and effective instruction.
The tabs at the top of the guide provide information on:
Transitions to North American Colleges
Please note that this is a work-in-progress which will expand over time as requests emerge.
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(Unless noted separately, all summaries are provided by Christine Kobayashi, Dean, International Education.)
Edmonds College ranks fourth in Washington State with the highest number of International Students!
Source: 2020 Fact Sheet: Washington Open Doors Report on International Educational Exchange is a comprehensive information resource on international students in the U. S. and U.S. students studying abroad. It is sponsored by the U.S. Department of State and is published by IIE. For more information, visit www.opendoorsdata.org.