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The School of Nursing: Impact & Innovation. A Compendium of Effective Practice

Article Ten: Pedagogical Approaches and Recommendations for Supporting International Students in Higher Education

Introduction

Over the past few decades, there has been a substantial increase in the number of students pursuing international studies. Higher education institutions in nations including the United States, United Kingdom, Canada, and Australia, as well as other sections of Asia and the Middle East, have developed several techniques to attract international students (Kearney and Lincoln, 2017; Wen and Hu, 2019; Darling-Hammond, 2020). While this diversification brings numerous benefits, such as cultural exchange and a broader worldview, it also presents unique challenges, both pedagogical and cultural (Anderson et al., 2001). To address these challenges, universities have established support services and revised procedures related to education, learning, and engagement (Ramachandran, 2011). We should design pedagogical approaches for international students that cater to the unique needs and challenges they might encounter while studying abroad.

Innovation & Impact: To access other articles in the Collection visit: https://doi.org/10.25416/NTR.c.7227298

Compendium: DOI: 10.25416/NTR.25795573


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