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Your Name and Title: Jennifer Beattie-Cramer, Director of Programs


School, Library, or Organization Name: Intercultural Student Experiences


Co-Presenter Name(s): Tanya Gajewski, Director of Education


Country from Which You Will Present: US


Language in Which You Will Present: English


Target Audience (such as primary school teachers, high school administrators, students, etc.): High school teachers


Short Session Description (one line): “Reflection:  A Primary Tool of Engagement” offers ideas for providing a deeper experience for your students before, during and after a travel program. 


Full Session Description (one paragraph minimum):

“Reflection:  A Primary Tool of Engagement” offers ideas for providing a deeper experience for your students before, during and after a travel program.  Discover ways to engage your students with local culture, the language and their own intercultural competency skill building. Presenters will offer tools for preparation and reflection as a way to achieve an in-depth experience that’s more than a “trip.”


Websites / URLs Associated with Your Session: www.isemn.org

http://isebeyondtheclassroom.wikispaces.com/Home+Page

 

 

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For students who travel abroad for immersion experiences, reflection is a key advantage in reaching language and cross-cultural development goals.  For a preview of what this session will cover, go to http://isebeyondtheclassroom.wikispaces.com/Reflect+on+the+Experience 

I look forward to presenting with Jennifer on Monday!

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