Counselor education programs have increasingly offered distance education during the last decades. As one of the growing student populations in counselor education programs, international students need to be given more attention pertaining to their cultural and educational experiences as counseling students. Although distance learning in counselor education has gained empirical support for its effectiveness, it may still pose challenges to international counseling students due to their unique characteristics such as language barriers and cultural differences, which may render differing qualities of students’ learning experiences. Aiming to enhance our understanding of this student population to provide culturally responsive distance counselor education, the present article introduces international students in the context of distance counselor education and discusses implications for supporting international students in distance counselor education.
Jeong, Jeongwoon; Na, GoEun; Nam, Sojeong; Lee, Donghun; and Lee, Jungeun
"Culturally Responsive Distance Counselor Education for International Counseling Students,"
Journal of Technology in Counselor Education and Supervision: Vol. 2:
2, Article 9.
Available at: https://digital.sandiego.edu/tces/vol2/iss2/9