Teach & Learn in Spain Master Program Archives – The Franklin Students' Blog

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Wondering which Funding Option is right for you? Alumna Keara Berkeley (International Education 2020) explains the benefits and drawbacks of each to help you decide! Read more Fellow Máster en aprendizaje y enseñanza del español como lengua extranjera-ers, let me tell you a secret: writing a thesis in Spanish isn’t as hard as you think. Read more It’s finally here: one of the coziest times of the year. The leaves are changing colors, it’s almost time to start listening to Christmas music, Starbucks has started selling their special holiday drinks, and Thanksgiving is right around the corner.… Read more Don’t be like me when it comes to writing your thesis. Trust me, I made all of the rookie mistakes: procrastinating until the very end, check; computer crashing and losing my thesis, check; getting extremely sick, check. Here are my… Read more Deciding to go to Spain and get my Master’s Degree in Bilingual and Multicultural Education was hands down the best decision I have ever made, in so many aspects. I think back at the young woman I was: she had… Read more I suppose I qualify as some kind of rare bird because my enrollment in two separate masters programs at Instituto Franklin – UAH. In 2016, I did the Master in Bilingual Education and Multicultural Education. This year I’m doing the… Read more When I was asked to write a blog post about my experience writing the master’s thesis with the aim of encouraging current students, I thought, wouldn’t shots of espresso be a more appropriate encouragement than a blog post? I’m sure… Read more After a life-changing experience teaching in Spain for two years, I came home without having any academic title to back up my experience and I started to think about postgraduate degrees. Like most graduates, there comes a time when you… Read more There I am. This year’s Staff Homecoming Queen, elected by the students of Rancho Verde High School in Moreno Valley, CA where I have been a Spanish Teacher for past eight years, or should I say, since I graduated from… Read more Welcome 2018! A new year. The first week back to school after Christmas break can be a blue one, for teachers and students. We spend a lot of time celebrating Christmas in the classroom, but we often overlook New Year.… Read more

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