The 16th ISANA International Education Conference was held in Christchurch, New Zealand from the 29 November – 2 December 2005.

Theme: Internationalism – Practical Solutions: A trans tasma work-out

Title: 16th ISANA International Education Association Conference Proceedings
Format:  Web
Publisher: ISANA International Education Association Inc.
Place of Publication: Christchurch
Editor: Dr John Pickering
ISBN: 978-0-9757180-1-8 Printed

Referencing

Surname, Initial (2005), The paper title, Conference Proceedings of the 16th ISANA International Education Conference, 29 November – 2 December 2005, 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

Cultural borderlands : Cultural differences in teaching and learning Michael Allan

F1 Refereed

Fostering interactions among international women at a tertiary institution: research in progress Vivienne Anderson

Non Refereed

Online Peer Mentoring discussion group – A practical solution Gladys Arboleda

Non Refereed

Capitalising on diversity: Strategies for effective group work Trish Baker and Jill Clark

Non Refereed

Middle Eastern Muslim students – An Islamic cultural perspective Jacqueline Blomfield

Non Refereed

Recognition and authentication of higher education qualifications in a transnational market: Sorting the cyber wheat from the digital chaff George Brown

Non Refereed

Don’t forget the chilli sauce! A weekend orientation getaway experience Jodie Caruana

Non Refereed

The roles of international student advisors: Opportunities and challenges Jonie Chang

Non Refereed

Bridging the cultural divide – A psychosocial perspective Diana Collett

Non Refereed

Speak Up: A program to help international students find their academic ‘voices’ in Australian university tutorials Garry Collins

F1 Refereed

Profiling international students: A practical approach to improving student experience and understanding
diverse cultures
Cheryl Cook and Julie Murray

F1 Refereed

A tale of four cities: Community perception of international students in New Zealand Jenine Cooper

F1 Refereed

Expectations and reality – a model for meeting international student needs Carol Dalglish and Annie Chan

F1 Refereed

Internationalisation policies & student exchange programs in Australian & New Zealand universities Amanda Daly

Non Refereed

Offsite events: An OHS agenda Nicholas Dowd

Non Refereed

East meets west in the SLAMS room: Evolution of student mentor program Costa Englezos

Non Refereed

Are our international students using the health system effectively? Felicity Fallon and Damien Barbara

Non Refereed

The concept of ‘security’ and its relevance to the international education market Helen Forbes-Mewett

Non Refereed

Advice support for international students: A UK perspective Duncan Lane and Liz Robertson

F1 Refereed

English language needs and support: International ESL students’ perceptions and expectations Wendy Larcombe, Laurie Ransom and Chi Baik

Non Refereed

International students and the contemporary globalising world – coming to terms Gary Lee, David Marama and Yaso Nadarajah

Non Refereed

‘Adding and mixing sambal to kimchi in our Asian cocktail’: The Asian recipes in hosting intercultural
social events in a western university
Angela Liew

Non Refereed

The unique role of the student association in international student support: A Deakin University Student
Association (DUSA) perspective
Moses Machao and Sharon Murrihy

Non Refereed

Addressing the exchange imbalance: Methods for inbound and outbound practitioners Rob Malicki and Sita Fox

Non Refereed

Student exchange in Australia and New Zealand: Comparison and collaboration Rob Malicki and Eric Davies

Non Refereed

Aromatherapy and gentle yoga: Ways of bringing international and domestic students together Maria Victoria McCarthy

Non Refereed

Integrated counselling: Is this good enough across international cultures? Maria Victoria McCarthy and Lio Lay

Non Refereed

Successfully bringing international students and Australians together: Effective strategies of university
community work
Maria Victoria McCarthy

F1 Refereed

Valuing pastoral care as a key component in sustaining New Zealand’s export education industry Terry McGrath and Andrew Butcher

Non Refereed

Swimming not sinking – practical solutions in the mainstream context Kay McNamara and Esther Watt

Non Refereed

The Pastoral Care Focus Group: A practical strategy for ensuring consistent, coordinated and effective
delivery of pastoral care support to all international students in a school setting
Philip Moon

Non Refereed

Developing and implementing an effective pastoral care program Marion Moore

Non Refereed

Lost in transition: From adolescent to global citizen Marie Morrison

F1 Refereed

The spirit of teaching Puvana Natanasabapathy

F1 Refereed

Providing a ‘holding’ environment to international students to promote successful adjustment Liza Ng

Non Refereed

What constitutes intercultural communication competence: International students’ perspectives on their New Zealand classmates Gill O’Neill and Prue Holmes

F1 Refereed

Supporting international student achievement – a literal pathway from secondary to tertiary study Shelley Paewai and Luanna Meyer

Non Refereed

Melanesian students: Negotiating their identities to succeed in higher education Fiona Pakoa

F1 Refereed

Practical solutions to barriers to effective pastoral care of Chinese students John Pickering and Gareth Morgan

F1 Refereed

Plagiarism and international students: A matter of values differences? John Pickering and Garry Hornby

Non Refereed

The role of Australian cross-border education in creating new orientations for international students David Pyvis

F1 Refereed

Academic performance for international postgraduate coursework students with reference to their English language entry type and proficiency at admission Hedley RebergerHedley Reberger

Non Refereed

Dotting the I’s and crossing the T’s: supervising inexperienced writers of academic English at the postgraduate level in Australia Jo Reidy

Non Refereed

From international students’ perceptions to focused teaching, learning and reflection: An exploration and
evaluation of the QUEST project
Jo Reidy, Jacqueline Randle and Narelle Love

Non Refereed

Effect of multicultural interaction on international students Taeko Sakurai

Non Refereed

International students through alternative pathways to university – Transition issues and implications for
support services
Mary Ann Seow

Non Refereed

What’s law got to do with it? Kylie Smith and Maria Pizzi

Non Refereed

Network Mawson Lakes: International and local links Ania Zysk

 

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