I truly believe that international education can change the world. From studying abroad, hosting exchange students, working abroad, doing international internships, taking international classes, learning languages, taking a gap year, asking questions and learning about people’s lives, and traveling, there is a plethora of ways to learn about people, places, cultures, and
We've been lucky enough to interview many international educators here on Wandering Educators, for our series entitled Profiles in International Education.
Never ever ever ever do you, as a teacher, want to stop learning. It influences the newness of your approach, which influences the receptivity of your students and makes them as excited as you are.
Institute of International Education Calls on Teachers to Take Action to Inspire Students to Study AbroadSubmitted by Dr. Jessie Voigts on Fri, 02/06/2015 - 20:57
Institute of International Education Calls on Teachers to Take Action to Inspire Students to Study Abroad
Campaign seeks 1,000 Teachers to Join IIE’s Generation Study Abroad
Students Caught “Read-Handed” in the Amazon!
Each year, students from all over the world come to the United States to learn English and experience our unique culture. Hosting one of these students in your home is an incredible opportunity for your family. My parents hosted six students for a year each, as well as countless short-term stints with summer programs from Japan.