Portland State University. Graduate School of Education
Date of Publication
Doctor of Education (Ed.D.) in Educational Leadership: Postsecondary Education
Japanese students -- Education (Graduate) -- United States, Critical pedagogy -- Education (Graduate) -- United States, Intercultural communication -- Education (Graduate) -- United States, Multicultural education -- United States
1 online resource (xvi, 299 leaves)
International students have long been an important part of the U.S. higher education community, but generally they have received inadequate attention in the classroom. Also, American teaching and learning strategies have not taken full advantage of international diversity. The purpose of this narrative study was to qualitatively understand the experiences of Japanese graduate students in U.S. higher education classrooms. The study highlights the challenges that Japanese graduate students faced due to cultural differences, pedagogical differences, and language problems and provides a number of suggestions for faculty, domestic students, and institutions to help create a more welcoming environment for Japanese graduate students.
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Yamashita, Miki, "Japanese International Graduate Students in U.S. Higher Education Classrooms: An Investigation of their Pedagogical and Epistemological Challenges and Supports" (2009). Dissertations and Theses. Paper 3338.