The Global Nomad's Guide to University Transition

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"... ways. Coming away from that, I realized that it was time for me to let go, albeit not completely, and embrace my new life.” - Marginal, introducing, Vulnerable - - Marginal - Just like our semester abroad student mentions in her journal entry, self-doubt can set in when you feel you ..."
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"... fearful of making cultural faux pas and have to think twice before saying or doing anything that might bring another round of laughter. - introducing - The Entering stage is a time when: ▪ You are constantly introducing yourself, looking for someone you can finally connect with. This ..."
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"... might bring another round of laughter. - Introducing - The Entering stage is a time when: ▪ You are constantly introducing yourself, looking for someone you can finally connect with. This introducing will continue for quite some time. You need to step out of your comfort zone and ..."
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"... stage is a time when: ▪ You are constantly introducing yourself, looking for someone you can finally connect with. This introducing will continue for quite some time. You need to step out of your comfort zone and begin the introductions rather than wait for others to initiate ..."

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"...and again, those people may very well become your new best friends. When my daughters got back to campus to start orientation with all the other first-year students, it was like they had already been there for a month. Four days after I dropped them at school they were introducing me to their new friends. They were excitedly arranging to meet up for dinner that night and everyone promised to bring along their new roommates. They appeared self-assured and exuded a high degree of self-confidence. As a parent, it was such a relief to see that they had already ..."

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"...Now, in Afghanistan, I am trying to learn the names of the 30 or so drivers who work for our organization and I keep introducing myself to people who smile politely. I introduce myself over and over again to the same people and ask them who they are. It is embarrassing, but I don’t see the differences yet. I am looking at their overall Afghan-ness and in that respect they all look the same. ..."

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"...satisfaction, and in striking numbers they are using the situations of difference and change in which they find themselves to augment their intercultural competence. Expatriate parents of thirty and more years ago had no articulated knowledge of the benefits and challenges of raising their children abroad; today they are introducing their children to their global nomad/TCK heritage at earlier and earlier ages, helping to ensure that as young adults they know they have something unique to offer the professional world. International schools likewise had no systematic understanding of transitions and expatriate family concerns, nor of the implications of these ..."

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