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Multi-Dimensional Transitions of International Students to Higher Education


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1. Understanding multiple and multi-dimensional transitions of international higher education students: Setting the scene 2. Parallel Lives? Predicting and Enhancing Connectedness between International and Domestic Students 3. Need for Cognitive Closure and Acculturation of International Students: Recent Findings and Implications 4. A Social Network perspective on ABC of international and host-national students 5. Internationalisation and student identification - changing times 6. "It's about your journey, it's not about uni": Chinese international students learning outside the university 7. Approaches to studying among international students from China 8. Cultural and Academic Adjustment of International Students in China: A Social Network Perspective 9. The Multicultural Experience? `Cultural Cliques' and the International Student Community 10. Adapting Together: Chinese Student Experience and Acceptance at an American University 11. Teacher cognition and action in the design and implementation of intercultural group assessment in higher education 12. Adaptive and maladaptive emotions, behaviours and cognitions in the transition to university: The experience of international full degree students 13. Cultivating learning and social interaction in an international classroom through small group work; a quasi-experimental study 14. The transition processes of Erasmus students: Motivation, Social Networks and academic performance 15. Multiple and Multi-Dimensional Transitions of International Students to Higher Education: A way forward

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Divya Jindal-Snape is the founding Director of the Transformative Change: Educational and Life Transitions (TCELT) Research Centre and a professor of education, inclusion and life transitions at the University of Dundee, UK. She has published extensively in the field of educational (across all educational stages) and life transitions and has collaborated with academics from several disciplines nationally and internationally. Bart Rienties is a reader in learning analytics at the Institute of Educational Technology (IET) at the Open University, UK. He is Programme Director of Learning Analytics within IET, Chair of the Student Experience Project Analytics4Action group and Associate Director of the Transformative Change: Educational and Life Transitions (TCELT) Research Centre, UK.

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