As part of a our response to Covid-19, we have developed a good ideas bank (see below). We welcome your feedback and ideas as we pull together to forge an NZ Inc. response to support the international student experience.  Our monthly Wednesday 11am Catch-up Cafes also provide ideas. These Zoom meetings have special guests that include officials from Education NZ, Immigration NZ, NZQA, MOE, etc. Past Cafe recordings can be accessed via the links below. Please email [email protected] if you are not receiving ISANA NZ weekly mail-outs for the Zoom link, and please check our Membership page for membership enquiries.

Tailored student support
Managing anxiety during a second lockdown
Asian Family Services 2020 survey and advice
Counselling support for Asian students
Tailored mental health support – Asian Family Services
Whats Up counselling for young people  
English Australia Guide to International Student Mental Health
Red Cross support  
Red Cross support promotional resources 
Te Whare Tapa Wha – holistic health framework
Asian Family Service’s – Project Connect
Accommodation support & homestay
Supporting homestay services
Cultural cues for homestay families
Is my teenager really learning online
What to expect from teens during lockdown
Social connections 
What gamers can teach us about isolation
Fun activities during isolation
Online board games while stuck at home
Chatting about the news
Institutional response
Auckland Grammar School
Massey University’s message to international students
Victoria International’s Covid-chatbot
EIT virtual bubbles
ENZ – Nau Mai WeChat mini programme
Culturally responsive pedagogy & communication
How to teach when everyone is scattered  
AFS DIVE principles for intercultural interaction
English for entry-level EAL students  
Cambridge High School orientation video  
CI model for intercultural contact
Strategies for sector recovery
Past ISANA president Terry McGrath: reflections and recommendations
Looking Ahead Webinar – Industry Leader Panel recording
Chief Executive of Aspire2 International, Clare Bradley’s recovery plan

 

Short courses for international students

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