Teachers – travel with us to India

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India: Immersion

 

India: Immersion is a three credit graduate course offered by Teach India Project through Cambridge College, Massachusetts. The course includes a travel study tour to India from August 2 to August 15, 2015.This is a wonderful opportunity to travel to India to visit schools, observe local teaching methodologies, stay with local families and visit cultural sites.

 

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Quick details Course Content and Design

The course has a blended format with online distance learning for Modules I and III and in-seat contact hours in Module II.

  • Module I: April 2015 to July 2015 – Pre-departure orientation, readings and preparation of anticipation guides.
  • Module II: August 2 to 15, 2015 – A 14 day visit to India with the Instructor.
  • Module III: August 16 to 30, 2015 – Post trip sessions to complete the Key Assignment and reflect on travel experiences, learning and impacts.

 

About the Travel Study Tour – Module II: A 14 day visit to India

  • Educators will visit schools in Chennai, Bangalore and nearby locations to observe the methodology that Bridge India Foundationuses to teach empathy and understanding to students.
  • Teachers will participate in home stays with host families in Chennai. At other locations the accommodation will be 3 star hotels.
  • The Instructor will travel with the group. There will be continuing interaction with the Instructor as well as group activities. The group will visit cultural and heritage sites.

 

The cost

  • The cost of the Course is $2400.  This amount includes tuition and the tour costs for accommodation, breakfast and dinner, tours and tour guide, local transportation and domestic rail travel, pre-tour information and Cambridge College course fee for 3 graduate credits.
  •  Airfares and visa fees are additional.  You also need to budget for personal expenses.

 

 

 

 

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