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Cultural Immersion in Costa Rica
DATES: May 13th-24th, 2013
This program is ideal for students in teacher education and for students in the NC Teaching Fellows program, but all others are welcome to apply.
Experience Costa Rica through the schools, economy, geography and culture.This immersion includes school visits, volunteering, co-op tours within the economic structure, home stay, and team building.Part of the experience includes residing at a research station in a part of the rain forest.
Participants will grow as a community and appreciate the culture through first-hand experiences. There will be preparation seminars prior to departure and follow-up.
The experience will include zip line tour, white water rafting and site seeing the natural beauty of Costa Rica.
Participants will teach a mini-lesson and engage in cultural events. This experience is geared for first time participants to study abroad.
Students will be enrolled in the following course:
ED 496 (3 credits) for Undergraduates
This is a special topics course that can be used towards free elective credit.
Director, Teaching Fellows
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Dates / Deadlines:
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