In honor of International Education Week, Christine Schulze discusses some ways that language learning enhances the experience of American students studying abroad.
Angela Schneider, who led this summer’s German Credit Abroad session, discusses how travel and language study can combine to take learners outside of their own sense of “normal” and into the real, dynamic experience of life in another country.
How can students learn to use a second language in unexpected situations? A longtime Waldsee counselor reflects on rehearsing a play without a script.
Here are good reads from around the globe that have caught our attention for the month of October.
Does the idea of travel or life abroad as a family sound a little daunting? Taking the leap to live in a new country with children is a powerful way to experience a culture and gain a new perspective on the world.