Magazine article International Educator

Journal Probes Contemporary Issues in International Education

Magazine article International Educator

Journal Probes Contemporary Issues in International Education

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The September 2009 issue of the Journal of Studies in International Education (JSIE) highlights several major themes related to contemporary issues in international education:

* "Internationalization Plans for Higher Education Institutions"- Lisa K. Childress of The George Washington University presents the results of a study conducted with the American Council on Educations Center for International Initiatives on internationalization plans at 31 Association of International Education Administrator institutions.

* "Transnational Higher Education"Vik Naidoo of the University of Auckland examines the current level of activity in transnational higher education around the world, using a triangulation methodology of available secondary data.

* "(Re)conceptualitzing international Student Mobility"- Terra Gargano of the University of Maryland-College Park provides a working understanding of transnational social fields and justifies adopting concepts that reside outside of the existing cross-border education discourse to frame international student negotiations that aren't thoroughly explored or understood.

* "Changing Academic Mobility Patterns and International Migration: What Will Academic Mobility Mean in the 21st Century?"- David M. Hoffman of the University of Jyväskylä in Finland explores a spectrum of academic mobility that empirically contributes to consideration of the connections between academic mobility and international migration.

* "Internationalizing the University Mathematics Curriculum" - Peter Appelbaum, Louis M. …

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