CEITL & UNH Global

 

 Strategies for Teaching International Students in Large Classroom Settings

Thursday, April 30, 12:30-2:00 PM

Global Education Center, Conant Hall 113

Lunch will be served

 

This workshop will provide strategies for faculty and TAs teaching Discovery, foundational or other courses with 50 or more students. These practical suggestions are intended to make your course(s) more accessible to all students.  Participants are invited to submit a question, topic or concern to be addressed during the workshop.  Please register by April 20.  Questions can be addressed to: Gillissen.green@unh.edu.

 

Facilitators:

Elsa Upham, Senior Lecturer, English as a Second Language

Gayle McIntyre, Lecturer, English as a Second Language

Juan Rojo, Clinical Assistant Professor, Molecular, Cellular & Biomedical Sciences

 

CEITL & UNH Global Event Registration

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“Colleges Help the Faculty Adapt Teaching for Foreign Students”

(The Chronicle of Higher Education, May 2016)

“Teaching International Students: Pedagogical Issues and Strategies”   

(University of Michigan , Center for Research on Learning and Teaching)

“Helping Faculty Teach International Students”

(International Educator, Nov + Dec 2014)

“How Colleges Help Foreign Grad Students With Their Teaching”

(The Chronicle of Higher Education, April 2016)