This case study examines the consequences of a large influx of foreign students into an agricultural mechanics program at a community college. More specifically, it describes and analyzes how these students caused the teachers to refocus their attention on nontraditional school and classroom management issues. The article concludes by recommending two basic guidelines for agricultural institutions involved in the training of foreign students.



foreign students, agricultural mechanics, nontraditional classroom management

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