PFF - Using a Study Abroad Time Model in a Traditional Classroom

DateSeptember 11, 2019
Time11:30 am - 12:30 pm
LocationFaculty Center - Green Room
DescriptionDan Hanchey, Classics

135 Hours: Using a Study Abroad Time Model in a Traditional Classroom

Much of the transformative power of the study-abroad experience is owed to place. But study-abroad courses also tend to have a vastly different concept of class time. The opportunities (and limits) of being abroad reshape how classes tend to distribute their 135 hours of engaged learning. For this discussion we will consider some of the advantages of the study-abroad class experience of time and how those advantages can be replicated in a traditional course.

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PublisherAcademy for Teaching and Learning
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