Category: International Education Research

Addressing the Cultural and Linguistic Needs of International Students in the U.S.

Wednesday, May 31
2:00 PM – 3:30 PM
Table 67

This study explores the cultural, linguistic and academic challenges of the international students’ and specifically focuses on cultural content in course materials and instruction.

Melissa Grab

Doctoral Candidate
Bellflower, CA

I will receive my doctoral degree at the California State University in May 2017. I am an ESL educator, who specialized in curriculum, instruction and combining the pedagogical and andragogic methods with the latest technology. My background includes extensive experience teaching and designing program and curriculum for heterogeneous groups of students. My biggest goal is to make a difference for underrepresented, diverse and multicultural students.