Case Studies

Teaching International Students

Recent observational research conducted in SHU shows the real importance of inclusive behaviour if international students are going to have a fair chance to participate and the difference that positive support can make.

Teaching International Students

Phased Induction in MSc Tourism Hospitality Events and Food

In 2008 there was a growing number of international, and especially Chinese students, attending the Masters in Tourism Hospitality Events and Food, the number of students struggling with the course was revealed in poor grades with one third of the students with referrals in at least one module at the end of semester 1 and academic conduct issues at an unacceptable level. A 9 week phased induction programme was developed by the course leader which offered students a closer connection with tutors and other students to build a trusting set of relationships.

Phased Induction in MSc Tourism Hospitality Events and Food

Hazel Horobin – Internationalisation as Inclusion

Case Study – focus on transition to support students to develop the academic skills they needed to engage with different styles of learning teaching and assessment and also their own time and self-management.

Hazel-Horobin-Internationalisation-as-inclusion pdf

Audio file – https://blogs.shu.ac.uk/ip/files/2016/01/Hazel-Horobin-Internationalisation-as-Inclusion.mp3

Student Support Via Skype Case Study

Enhancing communication with students who are away from the University on placement or abroad using Skype.

Student Support Via Skype Case Study

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