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Teaching International Students


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A feature by Elisabeth Redden in Inside Higher Ed provides a faculty perspective about the challenges and benefits of the recent increase of international students on U.S. campuses (72 percent since 2000, according to Open Doors 2014). "The thinking goes that if colleges want to prepare students for a globalized world, their classrooms should be globalized too," writes Redden. "But many colleges are only starting to grapple with the implications of increases in international students for classroom dynamics and practices."
 

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