May 2015 – The Franklin Students' Blog

I would say that overall the Teach & Learn in Spain experience teaches you much more than you would learn within just the confines of an education classroom. You are given the opportunity to jump right into teaching in a Spanish classroom and learn about a different culture, people, education system, and methods first hand. For non-ed […] My name is Margaret Bastar, and I was part of the 2011-2012 Masters in Aprendizaje y Enseñanza de español como Lengua Extranjera. Upon my return from Spain, I knew I needed to get on the job hunt and start applying for jobs. I updated my resume, adding newly gained experiences such as ‘Teaching Spanish to Romanians’, and ‘Taught Levels 5, 7, […] Aaron Hurd, The University of Colorado. En un libro tan famoso como Don Quijote, las imágenes tienen un papel más importante que casi todo. Si un director no presenta a Don Quijote y Sancho Panza de una manera cómoda para los espectadores, la película no va a tener éxito. Aunque fue un cometido un poco difícil, pienso que la serie Don Quijote […] I completed the Master in Bilingual and Multicultural Education through the Instituto Franklin at the University of Alcala in 2010. At the time of starting the program, I was not sure what I wanted to do as a career; I just knew I wanted to spend time overseas. Through completing the program, I learned about the field of International Educa […] George Tatoris, Anthony Gitto, Abigail Wirth, John Turner y Alina Ahsan: The Collegue of New Jersey Estas son algunas reflexiones que han escrito los alumnos de The Collegue of New Jersey sobre su experiencia en la Casa de Acogida de Alcalá. George Tatoris Cuando los hombres “sin techo” llegaron a la C […]

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