Study in Spain
The travel courses to Madrid, Spain are an opportunity during the summer to spend between three and four weeks in the exciting and dynamic country of Spain, while completing one of several courses on second language acquisition that are required for the elementary or secondary teaching credential. Students may also participate at the graduate level and take the class as an elective. Classes are held in the bustling center of Madrid during the morning, followed by opportunities to become immersed in the many cultural venues that familiarize students with the day to day experiences of Spanish life. In this way, there are multiple opportunities to experience second language and culture immersion. Students reside in Spanish homes to have firsthand experiences with the Spanish way of life. School visits and tours to other parts of Spain and Europe are facilitated through the program. The course is offered each summer if at least 10 students register. It is cross-listed for both graduate and undergraduate students as EDUC 635/501/402.
For more information, contact Dr. Anaida Colón-Muñiz 714-744-7955 firstname.lastname@example.org or Dr. Suzanne SooHoo 714-532-6024 or email@example.com
Study in Waikato, New Zealand
The College of Educational Studies has a special agreement with the University of Waikato in New Zealand. Several exciting travel and study opportunities are being developed for faculty and students, including exchange programs, travel to conferences, and coursework. For more information, contact Dr. Suzanne SooHoo 714-532-6024 or firstname.lastname@example.org
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Study in Florence, Italy
IES 429/ EDUC 629 Aesthetics and Learning: Florence Italy
Explore Florence Italy for 3 weeks in January
Chapman students will have this amazing Renaissance city and its art open to them without lots of tourists. They will settle into apartments and live as Florentines. Students will go to the markets and local shops, walk over 500 year old cobblestones and come make this amazing city that has influenced art and western civilization their own. Students will see Dante Alligheri's home and church, Michelangelo's David-who symbolized the freedom of Florence's struggling and proud Republic-and Brunelleschi's amazing freestanding dome, an architectural wonder. There is so much more!
For more information contact Dr. Penny Bryan, Associate Professor, CES
714-744-7658 or email@example.com
Study in the Netherlands, Iceland, Denmark, Norway, Sweden
Faculty members have also initiated relationships with universities in other European countries. University of Iceland; DPU, University of Aarhus, Denmark, University of Stavanger, Norway and University of Malmo, Sweden.
For more information contact Dr. Dianne Ferguson 714-744-7637 or firstname.lastname@example.org
The College of Educational Studies engaged in some preliminary work to establish a formal relationship with the Escuela Normal Nacional en Ensenada, Baja California, Mexico. As part of this effort faculty members have continued to nurture those relationships in the hope that we can establish student opportunities for travel experiences.
For more information contact Dr. Lilia Monzó 714-628-2758 or email@example.com
Dr. Anaida Colon-Muniz and Dr. Suanne SooHoo led a trip to Puerto Rico in January of 2013 for interterm. This course was an alternate to the Madrid, Spain trip in summer, and addressed similar topics, such as second language acquisition and culture. The three week course took place in the cities of San Juan and San German, both established in the 1500s. They are two of the oldest cities in the United States.
For more information contact Dr. Anaida Colon-Muniz 714 744-7955 or firstname.lastname@example.org or Dr. Suzanne SooHoo at 714-532-6024 or email@example.com.