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U.S Classroom Culture
(2004)
  • Michael B. Smithee
  • Sidney L. Greenblatt, Syracuse University
  • Elisa Eland, University of Minnesota - Twin Cities
Abstract

U.S. Classroom Culture addresses issues of the American classroom for international students coming to the U.S. for study, as well as to acquaint faculty, teaching assistants, and international office staff of the problems international students may face in the U.S. classroom. These issues include but are not limited to: academic rules and policies, standards, expectations of U.S. faculty, variation in teaching and learning methods, American student perceptions of the classroom, grading, tests, terminology, and plagiarism.

Keywords
  • international education,
  • intercultural exchange,
  • classroom behavior
Publication Date
2004
Citation Information
U.S Classroom Culture. (2009). NAFSA: Association of International Educators. Washington, D.C.