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Positive Aspects of International Student Transitions: A Qualitative Inquiry

Using a Critical Incident Technique methodology and a positive psychology lens, the authors found the following categories helped facilitate international student transitions: growth and/or change, social support/building relationships, learning to navigate host culture, enjoyable activities outside of schoolwork, previous experiences and preparation, supportive faculty and staff, persevering through hard times, and a sense of belonging.

Journal of College Student Development, Volume 52, No. 3., May-June 2011.

 

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The Center for Teaching and Learning has organized our collection of online education journals links by category. These six areas represent major themes in both journal topics and areas of instructor interest. Individual journals have been selected by CTL staff for each of these categories based on relevance, visibility and quality of publications. Links to online journals organized by discipline are also included.

  • Assessment and Evaluation

    Journals related to the use of assessment in Higher Education

  • Classroom Research

    Journals that address classroom research design, theory and outcomes in Higher Education

  • Learning Technologies

    Journals related to the design, use, and evaluation of digital technologies in support of learning

  • Multicultural Teaching and Learning

    Journals that address theory and practice of multicultural teaching and learning

  • Student Life and Development

    Journals that report on students and their total development– social, physical, emotional, and ethical as well as intellectual

  • Teaching Strategies

    Journals that address the theory and practice of different approaches and strategies for teaching in Higher Education

Journals by Discipline

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