Faculty Development for Teaching International Students

A Seminar Series Approach

Keywords: faculty development, international students

Abstract

This paper describes and reflects on a seminar series in linguistically responsive instruction across academic disciplines, providing faculty in different institutions a model for faculty development in working with international students.

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Author Biographies

Zoe Burke, University of Dayton, USA

ZOE BURKE, MA, is an adjunct instructor in the English Department at Cincinnati State Technical and Community College. Her major research interests include composition pedagogy, instructional design, and literacy studies.

Jennifer Haan, University of Dayton, USA

JENNIFER HAAN, PhD, is an Associate Professor in the Department of English at the University of Dayton. Her major research interests lie in the area of linguistically responsive instruction and second language writing.

Colleen Gallagher, University of Dayton, USA

COLLEEN GALLAGHER, PhD, is an Associate Professor in the Department of Teacher Education at the University of Dayton. Her major research interests lie in the area of teacher education for linguistically responsive instruction and content-based instruction for emergent multilinguals.

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Published
2020-08-15
How to Cite
Burke, Z., Haan, J., & Gallagher, C. (2020). Faculty Development for Teaching International Students. Journal of International Students, 10(3), 776-781. https://doi.org/10.32674/jis.v10i3.1168
Section
Study Abroad Reflections