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.
The Teachers for Global Classrooms Program (TGC) is a year-long professional development program for elementary, middle, & high school teachers aimed at globalizing teaching and learning in U.S. classrooms. Participants are selected through a national, open competition. TGC is a program of the U.S.
Eating horses. Not to mention garlic, snails, frog legs, wine (always, wine).
French women don't get fat.
That ubiquitous striped shirt, accompanied by a jaunty beret.
Bidets, perfume, double kisses, rudeness, oh that Metro, topless beaches, chicness.
Liberte, Egalite, Fraternite.
Rarely do you come across a book that will change the world. Here is one.ShareThis
Culture shock: if you've ever lived overseas, you know what it is. If you're about to live overseas, then it's a good idea to gather some tips to make going through it easier.