A Guide to Faculty-Led Study Abroad
How to Create a Transformative Experience
A Guide to Faculty-Led Study Abroad provides practical information on the curricular and administrative considerations necessary to design and implement a course-based study abroad experience of the highest quality. From techniques for funding the trip, to legal considerations, curricular development, and cultural preparation, this book explains how to create a meaningful and valuable international experience in a variety of settings and formats. The study abroad novice and experienced faculty or administrator alike will benefit from this step-by-step guide on how to create a truly transformative, course-based study abroad experience.
Table of Contents
Preface: Why Study Abroad?
Chapter 1: Teaching Study Abroad
Chapter 2: Before You Say Yes
Chapter 3: Planning the Trip
Chapter 4: What to Teach
Chapter 5: The Budget
Chapter 6: Responsibility
Chapter 7: So, Are You Ready?
Chapter 8: On Ground
Chapter 9: How Far is Too Far?
Chapter 10: Is it worth it?
Lydia M. Andrade is a Professor of Government International Affairs at the University of the Incarnate Word, USA.
Scott Dittloff is a Professor of Government and International Affairs at the University of the Incarnate Word, USA.
Lopita Nath is Professor and Chair of the Department of History at the University of the Incarnate Word, USA.