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COE Study Abroad Trips

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Diversity in Education, BELIZE
Experience the culture and educational system in Belize. Students are actively engaged with a diverse student population, collaborate with teachers who have become accustomed to teaching with very limited resources, and learn about culturally relevant teaching while experiencing a unique educational system. Exploring Mayan ruins, snorkeling on the barrier reef, touring diverse villages and immersing yourself in the local culture add a great sense of adventure and enjoyment. This is truly a life changing experience! For more information, contact Dr. Lyndall Muschell, 478-445-1909, lyndall.muschell@gcsu.edu or Dr. Holley Roberts, 478-445-3340, holley.roberts@gcsu.edu

Click here to view photos from the Belize 2012 trip.

Study and Teach in LONDON

Learn about special education in London in cooperation with the Queensmill School through active observations, participation and teaching in classrooms with children and a host teacher. You will experience the diverse culture and atmosphere of Europe’s largest city and explore history dating back to the Roman Empire and enhance your educational opportunities by immersing yourself in the local color of living in the Nottinghill area. Shopping, touring and theatre will all add to your enjoyment of this wonderful city. For more information, please contact Dr. Craig Smith, 478-454-6477, craig.smith@gcsu.edu.

Click here to view photos from the May 2012 trip.

For more information about these study abroad trips visit the International Education Center.


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