Title of Presentation

The Power of Understanding Students' Cultural Dimensions

Presenter(s)

Maha AzzaziFollow

About the Presenter(s)

Maha Azzazi Doctoral Candidate in Educational Leadership and Organization/University of Dayton Part-Time TESOL Instructor/University of Findlay

Location

Kennedy Union Room 312

Start Date

3-1-2024 2:20 PM

End Date

3-1-2024 3:10 PM

Abstract/Description

U.S. universities’ always focus to enrich their students’ on-campus experiences. However, international students still encounter challenges as they transition to their new lives in the United States. Such hardship can relate to factors like the lack of awareness of the international students’ cultural dimensions. This presentation will focus on the effects of raising the awareness of international students cultural dimensions in U.S. colleges through implementing the knowledge among faculty and staff about the different cultural dimensions of international students population. Leading to a better intercultural understanding on university campuses.

Goals for Attendees

To gain a better understanding of international students cultural dimensions. To develop better intercultural practices in the classroom environment for better student's learning experience.

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Jan 3rd, 2:20 PM Jan 3rd, 3:10 PM

The Power of Understanding Students' Cultural Dimensions

Kennedy Union Room 312

U.S. universities’ always focus to enrich their students’ on-campus experiences. However, international students still encounter challenges as they transition to their new lives in the United States. Such hardship can relate to factors like the lack of awareness of the international students’ cultural dimensions. This presentation will focus on the effects of raising the awareness of international students cultural dimensions in U.S. colleges through implementing the knowledge among faculty and staff about the different cultural dimensions of international students population. Leading to a better intercultural understanding on university campuses.