Study Abroad 2017Tales from Barcelona
After the pace of the day before I took it steady this morning. My house mate Jim had grading to do and a bit of student advocacy came up while I was here that required attention. I made my way into town for what I thought was a brief meeting and was met by two...
Phew what a day! I got a brisk shower at 5:30am and my homestay host drove me and Jim to the airport to arrive at 6:40am. We hurried through check in and off we went for a whirlwind field trip to DIS Stockholm to visit the new program opened in August and the view the...
Day three started off slowly. I got into bed around 12:30pm after yesterday's post and wok up at 9:00pm to check emails from students and catch up on correspondence. My house mate ran a half marathon (no I am not kidding)....read more
The day started with a brief breakfast and brisk communicate to DIS to meet my guide who would lead me to my first session of the day "European storytelling, from Homer to Harry Potter". I arrived to a prepared group of 21 students from schools all over the USA and...read more
This is the "no messing around get your butt kicked as a faculty member study abroad week". My host mate Jim and I got off to check in at 7:40am this morning with our host guiding us. It felt like my Dad taking me to school in case I got lost. The transportation in...read more
This week I have the outstanding opportunity to learn during the International Educators Workshop (IES) at the Danish International School (DIS), Copenhagen from some of the leading professionals in study abroad programming in Europe. Since involving myself in the...read more
Accomplishments If anyone questioned the academic integrity of this short term study abroad experiences they should take a few moments to review the content of this blog. Students completed 6 micro projects and 2 extended essays. A total of 144 required project posts...read more