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Homesickness at College: Its Impact on Academic Performance and Retention
(Johns Hopkins University Press, November 2)
International Students in Transition: Voices of Chinese Doctoral Students in a U.S. Research University
(Journal of International Students Walker Hall, School of Education, University of Louisiana at Monroe (USA), 2016)
Studying Overseas: Factors Impacting Intention of Female Students in Mainland China
(Journal of International Students Walker Hall, School of Education, University of Louisiana at Monroe (USA), 2013)
Book Review of The Global Nomad’s Guide to University Transition by Quick, Tina L. (2010).
(Journal of International Students, Walker Hall, University of Louisiana at Monroe, LA, 2013)
Power Distance in Online Learning: Experience of Chinese Learners in U.S. Higher Education
(International Review of Research in Open and Distributed Learning (IRRODL) Athabasca University, 2013-10)
Experiencing Technology Integration In The Collegiate Classroom: From The Perspectives Of Itinerant Adjunct Language Instructors
In the last 40 years, the adjunct instructor population has become the largest group in higher education. Despite their numbers, they continue to be largely ignored and, most importantly, untrained. Their itinerancy forces ...
The Strategies, Tools, And Visual Media Used By K-12 Curriculum Directors, Instructional Coaches, Specialists, And Writers To Teach Reading: A Delphi Study
The purpose of this study was to investigate the strategies, tools, and visual media used by K-12 curriculum directors, instructional coaches, specialists, and writers to teach reading in Texas. Also, the study examined ...
Investigating Student Engagement In Mathematical Conversation: Teacher Questions Eliciting Student Responses
Mathematics educators advocate that K-12 teachers should create classrooms where students are engaged in conversation about mathematical ideas. However to achieve these goals, it is important that teachers understand how ...
Superintendent's Practical Intelligence Across High And Low Performing School Districts
The purpose of this study was to compare the practical intelligence scores of Texas superintendents in high performing and low performing school districts. The Tacit Knowledge Inventory for Superintendents used in this ...