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Education, values and expectations

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Education, values and expectations

  1. 1. Education:Values and Expectations Intercultural Communication Group 7 Fira Nursya’bani Judika Sinaga Meyza Pritama Prita Annisa Utami Richo Arifianto
  2. 2. • Education: Values and Expectations• Diversity in Higher Education• Active Participation• The Teacher-Student Relationship• Trust, Honesty, and the Honor System• Competition and Grading• Student Stress and Coping• International and Immigrant Students in the United States
  3. 3. Education: Values and Expectations ‘Culture Shock’e.g. (a). students must humbly obey their teachers’ directions and remain silent during the class(b). students are allowed to criticize or even contradict their teacher(c). a prayer in the classroom may be acceptable, while in another it may be forbiddenA diverse student population on campuses helps some American realize that the ‘American way’ is not the only way of life. Fira
  4. 4. Diversity in Higher EducationSome communities have adult schools as well astwo-year colleges to receive specific vocational training that willassist them in their jobsto pursue interests for which they were toobusy when they were young “You are never too old to learn” Fira
  5. 5. Active participation• Students participation is not only accepted but also expected in most subjects.• Course organization: – Classroom discussion – Students question – Informal lecturers Judika
  6. 6. Cont’d..• In some cases the teacher’s or instructors has only a managerial role and the students do the actual teaching through the learning process• instructors has to guide the students to take the initiative and to be responsible to their learning Judika
  7. 7. Cont’d..• A professor’s teaching style is another factor that determines the degree and type of students participation• Some instructors and professors prefer to guide the class without dominating it. Judika
  8. 8. Cont’d..• The students who contradict with their teachers must be prepared to defend their position• Instructor in science and mathematics is usually more traditional Judika
  9. 9. The Teacher-Student Relationship• It is derived from the belief of the instructors (teachers or lecturers) that the responsibility for learning lies with the students.• The environment of classroom is an informal relaxed classroom.• It is common that the students and their instructors have a friendly and easygoing relationship.• The instructors have several roles in relation to students; they maybe counselors and friends as well as teachers. Meyza
  10. 10. Prita
  11. 11. Examples of Dishonesty• Plagiarism• Cheating• Fabrication• Aiding dishonesty• Falsification Prita
  12. 12. Competition and Grading Richo
  13. 13. Student Stress and Coping• Younger students sometimes have emotional problem in their educational environment• Older students adapt to pressure and stress more easily Richo
  14. 14. Cont’d• Know your limits• Take care of yourself• Make time for fun• Avoid self-medication with drugs and alcohol• Develop a support network of friends Richo
  15. 15. International and Immigrant Students in the United States• Making friends is a challenge• May be disoriented• The American classroom is governed by numerous culturally dictated attitude and expectation Richo
  16. 16. Thankyousomuch fira.judika.meyza.prita.richo