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Do you have any great pictures from your study abroad experiences? Submit your entries to Global Learning & Intercultural Support’s 12th annual study abroad photo contest.
Between December 2018 and February 2019, Academic Learning Services will present a series of interactive workshops about how instructors can support international students.
SMU writing centre staff were asked to support the establishment of a new writing centre at Millwood High School in Middle Sackville.
IE Week is an annual celebration of international education and is recognized by more than 100 countries around the world.
What started out as a geography lesson is also turning into a fascinating Canadian war history exploration for a class of 11 students and two faculty members at Saint Mary’s University.
How can we as faculty members appreciate and embed the contributions of Indigenous ways of knowing within our programs and institutions? Find out by attending this half-day workshop at Mount Saint Vincent University.
Two-Eyed Seeing refers to learning to see from one eye with the strengths of Indigenous knowledges and ways of knowing, and from the other eye with the strengths of Western knowledges and ways of knowing, and learning to use both these eyes together for the benefit of all.
Strategies to assess international students’ understanding, reduce their anxiety about being understood by their professors and peers, and help them become fully engaged and more confident about course material.
This session identifies common patterns in international students’ writing, and several effective strategies to develop their written communication skills.
Research has shown that teachers can positively influence the learning, health and well-being of their students. This session uses a neuroscience lens to examine how mimicry and vicarious learning processes help students learn from what they see.