Study Abroad

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Innovation and Connection: Concordia Educators Visit Japan

By The Room 241 Team August 29, 2018

Traveling abroad with other educators can expand your thinking and provide personal and professional inspiration. Lori Sanchez, EdD, professor in Concordia’s College of Education, recently led a graduate study abroad experience to Japan with 15 graduate students. We connected with a few of these Cavaliers to find out what they learned from Japan’s education system… Read More

One of the top reasons Concordia’s online students choose to study virtually is because they’re holding full-time jobs; balancing a career, lifestyle, and graduate program is much easier when you can log in to class at any time of day. But what about opportunities to study outside the country? As an online student, you can… Read More

8 Mistakes to Avoid When Teaching English Abroad

By Kara Wyman, MEd June 21, 2017

Teaching English abroad is a great way to learn more about who you are when you’re outside of your comfort zone. That said, expanding your boundaries in a foreign culture can inevitably lead to blunders that could’ve been prevented if you’d had a proper warning. If you want to spend more time learning and appreciating your… Read More

How to Get Paid for Your Summer Teaching Abroad

By The Room 241 Team February 13, 2013

This post has been updated as of November 2017 From Europe to Asia, there are tons of opportunities to get paid teaching abroad. And although many teaching jobs abroad require a commitment of at least a year, there are resources for teachers looking to spend a short summer term in a foreign country. Here are… Read More