The International Education Handbook: Principles and Practices of the Field provides a comprehensive overview of key sectors of the field of international education, highlighting the information and trends most relevant to international educators, particularly those new to the field. A valuable resource for graduate students in international education, student affairs, and higher education administration, topics include global competence, models of education abroad and experiential learning, international student recruitment and advising, and citizen diplomacy.
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About the Book
Table of Contents (45kb )
Introduction (66kb )
As a companion to The International Education Handbook: Principles and Practices of the Field, the Facilitator's Guide offers student learning outcomes, discussion and reflection questions, and classroom and online activities to reinforce the curriculum and apply it to real-life scenarios. You can purchase the Facilitator's Guide here.
About the Author
Katherine Punteney is the founder of the Master of Arts in International Education Management Program at the Middlebury Institute of International Studies at Monterey. As chair and associate professor, her teaching and research focus is on higher education and K-12 internationalization, intercultural competence, and international student and scholar services. With more than 20 years’ experience as a practitioner, Punteney most enjoys mentoring new professionals as they explore the international education field.
"As someone who teaches on the internationalization of higher education and contributes to its scholarship, I am excited about this important new book. Equipping our future leaders of international education with the tools and competencies they will need is critical for the field and beyond. This book covers many of the most important themes in today’s international education landscape and will help to foster best practices in program design and management." —Bernhard T. Streitwieser, assistant professor of international education & international affairs, George Washington University
"This inspirational, broad-ranging volume is a state-of-the-art exploration of why international education matters and why it matters now. Its seamless organization allows for the integration and connection of concepts and frameworks, and at the same time it acknowledges the complexities involved in this vibrant and fast-growing field." —Joanna Regulska, vice provost and associate chancellor, global affairs, Office of the Chancellor and Provost, University of California-Davis
"The International Education Handbook is the resource we have all been waiting for. This will be a critical reference tool for international education students, teachers, and professionals alike. It will play a key role in better linking the study of international education with its real-life practice." —Clare Overmann, head, higher education initiatives, Institute of International Education
"Each chapter is thought-provoking and encourages reflection. As an experienced international educator, this book helped strengthen and reinforce my understanding, while renewing my energy and commitment to the field." —Parinaz Zartoshty, director, international student & scholar services, San José State University
"The internationalization of higher education and institutions’ abilities to prepare students to engage locally and globally depends on international education practitioners’ knowledge and skills. This profession only recently emerged and continues to develop. Even those charged with facilitating campus internationalization may have limited understandings of the different roles and responsibilities of international education practitioners. This volume will help illuminate these for both those entering the profession and those within it. All will find definitions of relevant terms and concepts helpful to advancing students’ international educations." —Elizabeth Brewer, director, international education, Beloit College