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EdTech students to present at International Teaching Online Symposium

April 28, 2021
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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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