NESBNon-English Speaking Background
NESBNondestructive Evaluation Sciences Branch (US NASA)
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They assumed that because I was NESB (I was actually an Arabic-speaking Muslim, a particular individual within a particular social context), but because I was different to them, they assumed that I actually could deal with all the NESB issues in that organization.
Results from questionnaires, lecture observations, and interviews with lecturers and students showed that less than one out of every 10 NESB student was able to understand the content and the intent of lectures very well.
The inferior results of international and NESB students need to be addressed before they inflict irreversible damage on Australia's educational brand image overseas and drive foreign students elsewhere," Foster says in her report.
NESB students who know the technical terms may prefer Feferman's (2006c) summary, but many ESB students will wish to extend their understanding of the proof with Franzen's (2005) detailed explanations.
10) Most important is the establishment of a medical knowledge test for those from NESB countries.
Supervision of NESB postgraduate students in science-based disciplines.
These evaluations gather demographic data such as the: Years since completion of initial teacher training; gender, primary/secondary; school location; teaching of identified groups (Indigenous, NESB, special needs, gifted and talented) and school role.
Strengths of the program revolved around the opportunity for NESB nurses to undertake a formal assessment process in order to achieve registration in Victoria.
This contradicts the study by Markus (1993) who stated that 'amongst the second generation, a key variable in determining primary identification appears to be birthplace of parents; this survey suggest that where both parents were born overseas--especially in NESB [non-English speaking background] countries--the Australian-born offspring are more likely to identify with their parents' country of birth' (Markus, 1993, p.
As a result, migrants from Mainly English Speaking Backgrounds (MESB) and NESB countries are now more likely than native-born workers to hold tertiary level qualifications and much higher skill levels (Castles, Foster, Iredale, & Withers 1998).