View Vol. 4 ,  Iss. 1and2 (August 2021)

Journal of International Education and Practice

ISSN: 2630-516X (Online)

Vol. 4 , Iss. 1and2 (August 2021)


  • The Innovative Model of Family Education Guidance of Guiding First, then Supplementing and Further Solidifying

    Jing Cai

    Article ID: 3673
    149  (Abstract) 29  (Download)

    In the new era a new more effective family education model can ease unbalanced and inadequate education development. In the new era, parents look forward to a more personalized, active and interactive form of family education guidance. This new guidance model will start with improving behavior by focusing on emotional behavior and cognition. The Roast...

  • A Logistic Regression Model to Predict Graduate Student Matriculation

    Ouyang Lei, Tanjian Liang, Xiuye Xie, Sonja Rizzolo

    Article ID: 2628
    213  (Abstract) 58  (Download)

    Higher education institutions invest a significant amount of resources every year to recruit new students. However, higher education administrators have been continuously facing challenges in enrollment management due to the demographic shifts, dramatic increases in educational costs, intense competition among institutions, and the uncertain nature of human selection patterns (Baum, Kurose, &McPherson, 2013).[3] Today's post-baccalaureate...

  • Improving Group Member Participation of 4th Year Civil Engineering extension Students in integrated Project Work at Debre Markos University, Ethiopia

    Mulusew Minuyelet Zewdie, Zeleke Damtie Almaw, Mamaru Gashaw Kebede

    Article ID: 3400
    177  (Abstract) 37  (Download)

    Group work is a form of voluntary association of members benefiting from cooperative learning, which enhances the total output of the activity. Therefore, group discussion is a way for active participants to explore new ideas.

    Based on the previously observed practices in 4th year civil engineering students at Debre Markos University, the group member participations was not...

  • Empowering Culture Change: Internationalization in the Academic Department

    Jim Perry, Amanda Sames, Susan Galatowitsch

    Article ID: 3501
    171  (Abstract) 26  (Download)

    Internationalization of higher education has widespread benefit to society and has become the expected norm. The literature offers many calls for and models of comprehensive internationalization. Society expects higher education graduates to be global ready when they graduate. Responsible citizenship and professional life require that people be inclusive and sensitive to the worldviews of...

  • Impact of COVID-19 on Higher Education System: University Student’s Perspective

    Md. Abdul Halim, Nusrat Nasir Nimnee

    Article ID: 3254
    338  (Abstract) 76  (Download)

    Using a qualitative research approach, the current analysis aimed to investigate the COVID-19 pandemic's effect on Bangladesh's higher education from the viewpoint of students. The report comprises a survey of 300 students from higher education institutions.  Convenient sampling method is used to pick fifty university students for the study in order to collect enough data...