We've been lucky enough to interview many international educators here on Wandering Educators, for our series entitled Profiles in International Education.
For many students who are going off to college, they are the first in their families to attend higher education. They are dubbed first-generation, for being the first in the family to obtain an education. They also may or may not have had much academic preparation or guidance prior to attending college, and often feel lost in the process.
One of the questions I hear most often is from families looking to expand their kids’ appreciation of art. I’ve written 7 Tips for teaching your kids to appreciate art museums to answer just that question.
This month we have featured several students who participated in faculty-led study abroad programs to hear their perspectives of their experiences. Today, we are featuring a professor from the College of Charleston, Dr.
This month, I will be writing a series on faculty-led study abroad, interviewing students and professors. Studying abroad is such a life-changing experience and there are different types of programs that match a student’s needs and interests.
Did you think your travel days were over when you had kids? Think again. This guide – a complete guide to family travel – not only debunks that myth, but shows how family travel can inspire a whole new worldview – that of creativity, reflection, intercultural learning, and looking both near and far for life-changing experiences.ShareThis