“Internationalisation of the Curriculum” (web page) lists 11 specific strategies from The University of Adelaide for “implementing internationalisation of the curriculum”:
Practical strategies for learning and correctly pronouncing students' names:
Here are some strategies from the article:
1. "Read a class roster out loud before meeting the class."
- "Note potential difficulties."
- "If the class list has photos, try to match them with the names."
- "Print out the pictures and bring them to class."
2. "Take attendance on the first day in a consistent way with each student, even the ones with seemingly easy names."
"Why Some International Students Are Silent in the U.S. Classroom" (online article)
Explores the experience of "silent students" under five categories:
- A self-reported or analyzed silence in the classroom
- Lack of understanding of academic culture
- Indigenous knowledge sharing/fear of cultural mistake
- Strong beliefs on traditional learning style
- Dynamics of classroom requirement