The 15th ISANA International Education Conference was held in Melbourne, Victoria from the 30 November – 3 December 2004.

Theme: Challenging Education: Socio-cultural, economical & academic outcomes

Title: 15th ISANA International Education Association Conference Proceedings
Publisher: ISANA International Education Association Inc.
Place of Publication: 228 Liverpool St, Hobart
Editor: Dr Felicity Fallon and Dr Shanton Chang
ISBN: 978-0-9757180-0-1 CD-ROM

Referencing

Surname, Initial (2004), The paper title, Conference Proceedings of the 15th ISANA International Education Conference, 30 November – 3 December 2004, ISANA International Education Association, page XXX.

Presentations

Click on the link to open the abstract, paper, slides or other media, where available. Refereed category papers are fully written and blind peer reviewed papers. All Refereed papers have been pre-screened for conformity with the submission guidelines and overall appropriateness for the conference. These papers have been evaluated in a double-blind peer review process. Reviewers include academics and researchers in the field of international education. Acceptance and rejection decisions are finalised by the Program Committee.

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Paper

Title

Authors

Abstract

Paper

Non Refereed
Cross-cultural competency: From the perspective of Australian International students Ali Abusalem
F1 Refereed
Evaluating the QUT Homestay Program – lessons learnt in providing quality services to international students (refereed) Heena Akbar & Graeme Baguley
Non Refereed
Tuckman’s group development model mapped against developmental stages of a homestay provider Katrina Allitt
Non Refereed
Challenges of internationalisation in Australian universities Chika Anyanwu
Non Refereed
Academic progress monitoring – optimising outcomes for international students Jo Byng & Anna Rees
Non Refereed
Increasing the profile of international student service units Jodie Caruana & Jorge Baron
Non Refereed
Facilitating multicultural classrooms at University Shanton Chang
Non Refereed
Study tours – The time and cost effective model for an international experience Louisa Covalea & Georgina Douglas
Non Refereed
Enhancing classroom success for international students in New Zealand through the ExcelL Intercultural Skills Program Amanda Daly & Justine Brown
Non Refereed
A peer group support network for an international masters programme Mark Dougherty
Non Refereed
Enhancing the international student cultural experience – international student activities Ian Egan
F1 Refereed
Presentation anxiety: A challenge for some students and a pit of despair for others (refereed) Jim Elliott & Joyce Chong
F1 Refereed
Visual or symbolic, analytic or holistic: A comparison of the cognitive styles of south-east Asian and Australian students (refereed) Felicity Fallon
Non Refereed
Taste the difference Jo Fischer
Non Refereed
Do academic orientation programmes make a difference? Xiaodan Gao, Karen Commons, Gillian O’Neill & Grant Harris
Non Refereed
An holistic perspective on international education. Does international education in Australia promote a philosophically defensible model of education for the future? Barbara Giorgio
F1 Refereed
Initiating the new battlers (refereed) Neera Handa
F1 Refereed
What else did I need to bring with me? International students and their dilemma (refereed) Neera Handa
Non Refereed
OS-help: Financial support for Australians studying overseas Michelle Harmos
Non Refereed
Laksa to lamingtons: Ingredients for cross-cultural learning Lucy Hobgood-Brown
Non Refereed
Assessment: The master key unlocking deep learning and language Dianne Jonasson
Non Refereed
The quest for quality: Introducing the Quality University Enhancement Student Transition Project J Kapnoullas, N Love & J Reidy
Non Refereed
Managing international education outcomes through resourcing: A structural review of Macquarie University Debra Langton
Non Refereed
The international student experience: two Australian exchange students at a business school in France Lynda Lawson
Non Refereed
An empowerment support programme and A “home away from home” community that foster academic successes and confidence in international Asian students Angela Liew
Non Refereed
Saying goodbye: The cultural tradition of graduation and the international student’s response Lorraine Macmaster & Annalise Tindal
Non Refereed
Promoting Outbound Exchange Robert Malicki & Linda Vaughn
Non Refereed
Factors affecting the social and economic security of international students: First results from student interviews Simon Marginson, Ana Deumert, Chris Nyland, Gaby Ramia & Erlenawati Sawir
Non Refereed
An examination of changes in the approaches to learning of Confucian Heritage Culture (CHC) students’ over time in a new social, cultural, and academic environment Bobbie Matthews
Non Refereed
Campus-community linkages in the pastoral care of international students, with specific reference to Palmerston North, Wellington and Christchurch Terry McGrath & Andrew Butcher
Non Refereed
Building intercultural competencies: Implications for academic skills development Pat McLean & Laurie Ransom
F1 Refereed
Articulating students: Differential needs: An academic library’s response (refereed) Carolyn McSwiney & Julie Hockey
Non Refereed
The Future of Student Accommodation: Taking a Student Centered Approach Marion Moore
Non Refereed
Swinburne University of Technology Internationalisation and Integration Project Liza Ng, Helen Kalaboukas & Katherine Yannakis
Non Refereed
Crossing the disciplinary boundaries: A new challenge to higher education Anne Ellerup Nielsen
Non Refereed
Ongoing academic orientation: Bridging the academic and cultural gap between international students and their teachers Gillian O’Neill & Grant Harris
Non Refereed
Good marks, not just a good time! An in-depth review of study abroad progression at Macquarie Davina Potts
F1 Refereed
Cultural differences in reporting harassment: A study of Asian international university students in Australia (refereed) Prasuna Reddy, Laetitia Yim & Katrina Newnham
Non Refereed
Transition strategies for international students Clare Rhoden & Kathryn Boin
Non Refereed
The use of practical teaching strategies for teaching international students: A case study Gavin Sanderson
Non Refereed
Dealing with faculty – so what’s changed Desma Smith & Maureen Balsillie
Non Refereed
Opening doors: A snapshot of the expanding volunteer program at ECU Nicholas Tan
F1 Refereed
The contribution of stress level, coping styles and personality traits to international students’ academic performance (refereed) Cecelia Winkelman & Tryphena Tan

 

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