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Zala Volcic; Ilanda Tran; Vaasanthi Palepu; Rijul Baath – Intercultural Education, 2024
The article explores how intercultural relations can be fostered at the level of an undergraduate university degree during the pandemic. It offers one specific intervention within intercultural education to provide new ways of thinking about how intercultural relations can and do happen. By drawing on the "self-reflexive narratives" of…
Descriptors: Intercultural Communication, COVID-19, Pandemics, College Students
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Tom F. H. Smits; Els Tanghe – Intercultural Education, 2024
This study investigates pre-service teachers' self-efficacy and attitudes towards multiperspectivity in education. The sample is representative of postgraduate teacher education students in Flanders, the northern and largest region of Belgium, which has evolved into a migratory society with city life characterised by superdiversity. The capital…
Descriptors: Self Efficacy, Teacher Effectiveness, Masters Programs, Familiarity
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Elias Haneen; R Even-Zahav; S. Pagorek-Eshel; B. Gavriel-Fried – Intercultural Education, 2024
Minorities encounter barriers to integrating in higher education. However, only a few studies have examined these barriers from the perspective of faculty members. The present study aimed to understand the barriers that Arab students in Israeli higher education face, from the perspective of deans and department heads. Using the naturalistic…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Barriers, Access to Education, Higher Education
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Gerardo Mancilla; Phitsamay S. Uy – Intercultural Education, 2024
In conducting qualitative research, scholars often grapple with positionality. Researcher positionality refers to how various social identities (i.e. gender, race, class, ethnicity, ability, geographical location) influence research methods. It examines the impact of researchers' social identities on their understanding of the research design,…
Descriptors: Immigrants, Refugees, Interpersonal Relationship, Researchers
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Wei Liu; Xiaobing Lin – Intercultural Education, 2024
Current student development theories are mostly grounded in the experiences of domestic students in North America. The increasing portion of the international students in the post-secondary student population has created a glaring gap for a unique theory of international student development. A unique theory for international student development,…
Descriptors: Foreign Students, Student Development, Self Concept, Cultural Awareness
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Ali Elhami; Anita Roshan – Intercultural Education, 2024
Muslims may not experience integration or assimilation in European countries, as they have certain values regarding hijab, eating restrictions, and lifestyle. They may therefore face more challenges than other migrants. With the insight that religiosity may have an impact on migrants' national and/or ethnic identities, we look at the role of…
Descriptors: Religion, Immigrants, Ethnicity, Self Concept
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Steve Wilson; Alexis McCullough-Wilson – Intercultural Education, 2024
Texas higher education institutions serve some of the most diverse student populations in U.S. institutions. However, graduation rates remain among the lowest in the United States, particularly for underrepresented minority students. Diverse faculty members who act as mentors have the potential to increase underrepresented minority students'…
Descriptors: College Faculty, Diversity (Faculty), Graduation Rate, Minority Group Students
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Shai André Divon; Sunetro Ghosal – Intercultural Education, 2024
During the COVID-19 pandemic, many traditional field-courses for intercultural education were suspended. In response, we developed and implemented an innovative online field course that leveraged live online field experiences. Drawing from Cognitive Load Theory and Four Components Instructional Design, our aim was to create an engaging online…
Descriptors: Multicultural Education, Electronic Learning, Field Experience Programs, COVID-19
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Ruano, Bruna; Melo-Pfeifer, Sílvia – Intercultural Education, 2023
This paper reflects on the problems faced by refugee students during the COVID-19 pandemic (summer semester 2020) as "calouros," i.e. freshmen during their first year, in a public university in Brazil. Through a content analysis of their personal accounts, collected electronically by their teacher of Portuguese for academic purposes (the…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Refugees, Foreign Students, Learning
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Wahyudi, Ribut – Intercultural Education, 2023
This paper discusses how I design and teach an Interculturality in Language and Literary Studies (ILLS) Course. In doing this, I am very much influenced by the post-structural and post-colonial and interdisciplinary nature of my PhD study. The course itself is for sixth semester undergraduate students, after they have passed Skilled Courses,…
Descriptors: Instructional Design, Intercultural Communication, Teaching Methods, Course Descriptions
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Ghazarian, Peter G.; Kormos, Erik; Wisdom, Kendra – Intercultural Education, 2023
New teachers often work in culturally diverse schools after practicum at culturally homogenous schools. Simulated field experiences could ensure that they are better prepared. This study measured gains in culturally responsive pedagogy among teacher candidates after a semester of simulated field experiences. Teacher candidates completed a pre- and…
Descriptors: Culturally Relevant Education, Preservice Teachers, Experiential Learning, Computer Simulation
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Lukács J., Ágnes; Szabó, Tünde; Huszti, Éva; Komolafe, Cinderella; Ember, Zsolt; Dávid, Beáta – Intercultural Education, 2023
Adapting to the expectations of educational institutions can be difficult for any students, but it is particularly difficult for disadvantaged, first-generation college students with a minority ethnic background. Our case study, employing a social network perspective, examines the role of small peer-communities in the academic adjustment of…
Descriptors: Minority Group Students, Undergraduate Students, Student Adjustment, Foreign Countries
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Eugene, Danielle R.; Crutchfield, Jandel; Keyes, Latocia; Webb, Sarah – Intercultural Education, 2023
Colorism is a salient aspect of race in the knowledge construction and preparation of teachers across the globe. This paper reports the findings of a study that investigated attitudes and experiences of colorism among preservice teachers of color, including their own levels of implicit skin tone bias, and implications for their teaching practice.…
Descriptors: Racism, Physical Characteristics, Student Attitudes, Student Experience
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Colaiacomo, Silvia; Gur Geden, Ayse; Linehan, Antonia; Manning, Anthony – Intercultural Education, 2023
The paper focuses on the importance of Internationalisation at Home, access and support mechanisms which are provided and co-created by students and university departments to encourage sanctuary scholarship. The paper gives particular attention to activities that encourage meaningful interaction with local communities and widen international…
Descriptors: Cultural Awareness, Values, Access to Education, Foreign Countries
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Genkova, Petia; Schreiber, Henrik; Fässler, Verena – Intercultural Education, 2023
Students' development of intercultural competence during stays abroad has been subject to numerous studies due to the vital importance of intercultural interaction in the globalised world. In the present cross-sectional study, we provide and test a theoretical frame connecting self-efficacy theory of learning and intercultural learning, examining…
Descriptors: Cultural Awareness, Competence, Study Abroad, Self Efficacy
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