Category Archives: International Education

Teaching International Students

“Teaching International Students.” Inside Higher Education, By Elizabeth ReddenDecember 1, 2014In this case study from the University of Denver about the issue of teaching international students, Elizabeth Redden discusses language barriers, policy changes and good teaching practices. Some of Redden’s points … Continue reading

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Canada’s International Education Strategy

On August 14, 2012 the Minister of International Trade and Minister for the Asia-Pacific Gateway, released the final report of the Advisory Panel on Canada’s International Education Strategy, International Education: A Key Driver of Canada’s Future Prosperity. “The report outlines … Continue reading

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International Education-Impact on Urban Colleges

Government planners need to bring more international students into areas outside Metro Vancouver By Carlito Pablo, February 2, 2012 Georgia Straight As director of international education at Langara College, Gordon McNeil knows well that foreign students are important to B.C.’s … Continue reading

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