With the current pandemic and its effects on society and politics, it can be overwhelming to balance being an educator and an advocate for policy change. IEI would like to share enlightening articles and helpful teaching resources for virtual learning, both professionally and personally, to support you through this time.
SCHOLARLY JOURNAL ARTICLES
These scholarly articles are great readings and discussion pieces to incorporate in higher education courses that specialize in international education or to read on your own to help you reflect on how the pandemic may affect you and/or your students.
Findlay, A., Packwood, H., McCollum, D., Nightingale, G., & Tindal, S. (2018). Fees, flows and imaginaries: exploring the destination choices arising fromintra-national student mobility. Globalisation, Societies and Education, 16(2), 162-17.
França, T., Alves, E., & Padilla, B. (2018). Portuguese policies fostering international student mobility: a colonial legacy or a new strategy? Globalisation, Societies and Education, 16(3), 325-338.
The following are links to resources that you can use to make lesson planning and finding activities for your students easier during the pandemic. Many of the resources are for K-12, but the high school level materials can be adapted for adult ESL learners.