No books could account for all the possible scenarios there can be when we think of working with international students. As every student is unique, so are their needs specific. Therefore, working with international students requires, among many others, strong creative problem-solving skills.
It seems that, whenever in doubt, the best and safest bet for all of us is to look for good practice models, and then try to adapt them to our own situations. That is why today we share what in our opinion are the 10 best online publications on education, internationalization and diversity.
So, enjoy browsing these interesting and useful pages:
World Education News and Reviews is a global network for international educators. You will find there engaging discussions on the most pressing matters, up-to-date research and thorough analyses on current trends in international education from around the globe.
Focusing on innovative teaching techniques, practical suggestions and innovative approach, Edutopia provides us with “Aha” moments and excitement to learn, innovate and improve.
ICEF Monitor is a leading web portal dedicated to current news in international student recruitment. The ICEF Monitor team of experts constantly provides articles and business intelligence on recent developments in international study, as well as forecasts on emerging trends and markets.
This blog lists all kinds of financial aid and funding opportunities available for international students. It could be extremely useful for students who are worried about financing their education abroad.
Providing advice and information for international students, this community keeps their finger on the pulse of youth ready to study around the globe.
The offical blog of the Association of National Education Provides provides information and advice on internationalisation of student body, public policies and other related topics directly to educators from all corners of the world.
This blog discusses key aspects of cultural climate, diversity and inclusion through in-depth, yet concise articles.
Discussing equity, inclusion and diversity, this blog provides a fresh perspective on how to provide more equal opportunities in the context of international higher education.
Another blog analyzing various aspects of cultural diversity, from cross-cultural communication to perception and stereotypes.
Finally, we conclude our list with the International Journal of Cross-cultural Management. Covering a wide variety of countries, the journal deals with problems specific to emerging and less-explored regions.
So, let us know what you think. Would you like to read more articles like this in the future?
Hopefully, these sources will provide you with information than is not only useful for future reference, but also inspiring.
What would you add to the list? Share your suggestions in the comments below!