EdTech students to present at International Teaching Online Symposium

April 28, 2021

Many of our Master’s students in Educational Technology will be virtually presenting at the International Teaching Online Symposium June 17-18. The final papers of these peer-reviewed presentations will also be published in the Symposium Conference Proceedings. ETEC student presenters are:

Nadine Bekkouche: “Negotiating differences in academic preparedness among transnational students in higher education”

Juliet Lammers:  “Empathy mapping for culturally and linguistically diverse distance education learners”

Charissa Manucha:  “Unintended academic dishonesty amongst international students in western universities”

Antonia Macris:  “To international learners everywhere: Stop scrolling and start learning through social networks”

Usama Nass: “Cultivating critical thinking in culturally diverse university students”

Monica Shah (Concordia University) & Tulika Majumdar (Cambridge University): “Overcoming language barriers in online learning for international students”

Quinten Sheriff:  “Motivating to retain: Improving class student motivation and learning engagement in online discussion environments”

Congratulations to all!

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