Cognitive Skills Development among International Students at Research Universities in the United States.
School of Education
- Set in the context of a statewide research university system, this study attempted to improve our understanding of cognitive skills development among international students. Specifically, this study examined how the patterns and predictors of cognitive skills development among this population differ from their domestic counterparts. The study utilized data from the 2010 University of California Undergraduate Experience Survey (UCUES). This study identified unique patterns in both cognitive skills development and college experiences among international students. Findings also suggest that some college experiences, such as research engagement with faculty and satisfaction with advising, can possibly facilitate greater gains in cognitive skills among international students. The study discusses the theoretical and practical implications of the findings.
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Constructivism (Education); Cognitive learning
Journal of International Students
Curtis, Christie J., "Cognitive Skills Development among International Students at Research Universities in the United States." (2015). Faculty Articles & Research. 64.