References and Suggested Readings

  1. An, S. (2013). Schema Theory in Reading. Theory and Practice in Language Studies3(1).
  2. Benati, A. (2016). Input manipulation, enhancement and processing: Theoretical views and empirical research. Studies in Second Language Learning and Teaching6(1), 65-88.
  3. Brame, C. (2021, February 18). Flipping the Classroom. Vanderbilt University Center for Teaching.
  4. Cassidy, S. (2016). Virtual Learning Environments as Mediating Factors in Student Satisfaction with Teaching and Learning in Higher Education. Journal of Curriculum and Teaching5(1).
  5. Czarnec, J., & Hill, M. G. (2018, March 21). Schemata and Instructional Strategies. The EvoLLLution
  6. D'alimonte, B., Fox, A., & King, A. (2020, October 20). The Transition to Virtual: Supporting International Students in a COVID-19 World. Diversity Abroad.
  7. DeWitt, P. (2020, December 8). What Is Schema? How Do We Help Students Build It? (Opinion). Education Week.
  8. Fischer, K. (2020, April 13). International Students Struggle to Adjust to Online Learning. Open Campus.
  9. Gormley, H. (2020, March 17). TEACHing from a Distance and Copyright ConsiderationsTEACHing from a Distance and Copyright Considerations | Copyright: Creativity at Work.
  10. Gutierrez, L. (2020, April 28). The legalities of using VPNs to bypass copyright restrictions.
  11. Horner, B., Lu, M., Royster, J., & Trimbur, J. (2011). Opinion: Language difference in writing: Toward a translingual approach. Semantic scholar.
  12. Lee, J. J., & Rice, C. (2007). Welcome to America? International student perceptions of discrimination. Higher Education53(3), 381–
  13. Matsushita, K. (2018). Deep Active Learning : Toward Greater Depth in University Education. Springer.
  14. Null, R. (2014). Universal design : principles and models (Second edition.). CRC Press.
  15. Ramón Ruiz, J., & Khairi, N. (2020, November 10). Learning in two time Zones: International STUDENTS' experiences During covid-19. Vanderbilt University Center or Teaching.
  16. Salmon, M. (2019). “What is this place?” – using screencasts to guide international students around the virtual learning environment. New Educational Landscapes: Innovative Perspectives in Language Learning and Technology, 85–90.
  17. Savini, C. (2021, January 7). How professors can and should combat linguistic prejudice in their classes (opinion). Inside Higher Ed.
  18. Smith, M. S. (1993). Input enhancement in instructed SLA: Theoretical bases. Studies in second language acquisition15(2), 165-179.
  19. Tobin, T., & Behling, K. (2018). Reach everyone, teach everyone: Universal Design for Learning in higher education (First edition.). West Virginia University Press.