The 18th ISANA International Education Conference was held in Glenelg, South Australia from the 27 – 30 November 2007.

Theme: Student success in international education

Title: 18th ISANA International Education Association Conference Proceedings
Format: Web
Publisher: ISANA International Education Association Inc.
Place of Publication: The Gap, Queensland, Australia, 4061
Editor: Dr Gavin Sanderson
ISBN: 978-0-9757180-5-6 CD-ROM
978-0-9757180-6-3 Online Resource

Referencing

Surname, Initial (2007), The paper title, Conference Proceedings of the 18th ISANA International Education Conference, 29 November – 2 December 2011, 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

F1 Refereed
Relationships and friendships across cultures: Using ‘story telling’ to engage new international students in conversations about friendships, relationships and sexuality
Kate Borrett, Ania Zysk
Non Refereed
A quick tour of Gen Y and their use of technology Dr Shanton Chang
F1 Refereed
Student success: Bridging the gap for Chinese students in collaborative learning
Jill Clark, Trish Baker, Mingsheng Li
F1 Refereed
Coming together
Diana Collett
Non Refereed
ECU’s international student orientation: A model of collaboration, inclusiveness and student informed planning Cassandra Colvin, Fozzil Jaffar, Peter Mitchell, Nicholas Tan, Vanessa Trovato
Non Refereed
The National Code: Nuts and bolts of Australian international education
Cheryl Cook
F1 Refereed
Lecturer communication in a multicultural higher education context
Amanda Daly, Justine Brown
F1 Refereed
‘In my country nurses don’t…’ – Australian undergraduate nurse education and the international culturally and linguistically different student Cathy Dickson, Linette Lock, Michael Carey
Non Refereed
Setting standards in international student support: The challenge of complying with concepts Paula Dunstan
F1 Refereed
Can an Australian higher education impact on gender relations in Indonesia?
Kim Edmunds
Non Refereed
Students under 18 years of age and accommodation: Exploring the non-homestay option in two countries
Felicity Fallon, Sylvia Hooker
Non Refereed
A sustainable approach to enhancing the experience of NESB (non English Speaking Background) students
Karyn Gonano, Karen Nelson
Non Refereed
Building bridges – building understanding for Muslim students in social and learning environments
Ruth Gresham, Jeannette Walsh
F1 Refereed
Research training experiences of visiting students in physics
Choi, Serene Hyun-Jin, Nieminen, Timo A., Bartylla, C., Bertrand, D., Gong, Y. X., Huber, E., Krüger, K., and Therkildsen, K.
Non Refereed
Learning to become a nationalist? Intercultural experiences of Japanese visiting students at an Australian university Kazuhiro Kudo
Non Refereed
Introduction to research for international PhD and masters by research students (IRIS) Lynda Lawson
Non Refereed
Australia, The 51st State – Student learning and intercultural development Merlin Luck, Hedley Reberger
Non Refereed
Building community: The Latin American student experience Andres Villamizar Maldonado
F1 Refereed
The impact of returning Asian students of NZ-Asia relationships
Terry McGrath, Dr Andrew Butcher, Paul Stock
Non Refereed
Social Integration of International Students – encouraging the formation of friendships with local students in the mainstream secondary school context
Kay McNamara, Izabela Skorka
Non Refereed
Preparation for success: Key themes in the Prime Minister’s initiative for international education (UK)
Beatrice Merrick
Non Refereed
Supporting International Postgraduate Research Students Gerry Mullins
Non Refereed
International students – a segregated and vulnerable workforce Chris Nyland, Helen Forbes-Mewett, Simon Marginson, Gaby Ramia, Erlenawati Sawir, Sharon Smith
Non Refereed
More than just a degree
Kathy Racunica
Non Refereed
International Student Survey (2006): The key findings Dr Zakir Rahmani
Non Refereed
Managing issues to achieve student success at La Trobe University International College Usha Rao, Karen Demirtel
F1 Refereed
International students journey of transition from high school to University. A longitudinal study of the class of 2003
Hedley Reberger
F1 Refereed
Moving towards independence: International student needs beyond the classroom Kathryn Richardson, Rosalind Hurworth
Non Refereed
International students: Would a second chance have changed their choices?
Cathy Saenger
Non Refereed
An introduction to the profile of the ideal lecturer for the international classroom Dr Gavin B. Sanderson
F1 Refereed
The strengths and limitations of using essentialist cultural theory to help understand international students Dr Gavin B. Sanderson
Non Refereed
Hovering over the ‘Me’ generation – it’s all about Mom, Dad AND Gen Y: Generational trends and the quest for the development of ideal living + learning communities
Colleen Schooling
Non Refereed
Partnering for student success – a case in crisis management
Mary Ann Seow, Nimi Ashok
Non Refereed
A hermeneutic phenomenological approach to socio-cultural and academic adjustment experiences of international students
Parvinder Kaur Hukam Singh, Thavamalar Thuraisingam
Non Refereed
Exploring new media usage among Indonesian students in Australian universities Anne Suryani
Non Refereed
Stress less for better success in international adult SL education
Dr Stanley W Theron
Non Refereed
“You’ll have to start early if you want to be on time for the F sharp!” Language and the study of music: Implications for international students studying in tertiary music programs in Australia
Jocelyn Wolfe

 

 

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