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Unintended consequences of internationalization for LGBT scholars In recent years, efforts to promote equity and internationalization at post-secondary institutions have moved in parallel. Programs, policies, and other activities have strengthen (More)
The people who influence second language learners’ writing tasks Current research has recognized the social nature of second language (L2) writing processes. Sociocultural theories contend that writers are not only influenced by their own ment (More)
Integrating policy and science for global sustainability Bringing scientists from across the Americas together, the Inter-American Institute for Global Change Research (IAI) created a professional seminar series to focus on sustainability across N (More)
Providing post-secondary ELLs with high quality feedback Formative assessment provides students with feedback that focuses on growth, rather than a grade. Effective formative feedback can help students demonstrate that learning has taken place, (More)
Helping international students become better self-regulated learners Adapting to a new language learning context can be a difficult task for international students. Students’ expectations of classroom experiences and their approach to learning (More)
Examining the contexts of language education in Canada and beyond While bilingual, multilingual, and immersion education programs are common around the world, their structure and function have been changing in recent years. While Canada has a lo (More)
International students’ perceptions of curriculum and social integration Common to many universities, English for Academic Purposes (EAP)1 programs support international students in developing the language skills and academic strategies that are (More)
Using a dialogue journal and visuals to engage international study abroad students As short-term study abroad programs grow in popularity internationally, finding ways to build rapport and engage these students in the limited time can pose a chall (More)