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5-26-14 (Slave Castles)

Took me a while to be able to write about my experience visiting the slave castles (Elmina and Cape Coast). It was quite hard to see the birthplace of mistreatment against my own people. 355 more words

IEW 2014 in Review

Aspect Foundation students around the country put their hearts into celebrating International Education Week this year. They taught others about their home culture and traditions, met new friends and community leaders, and above all, celebrated the importance of exchange experiences. 397 more words

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Culture Shock in Forward and Reverse

Upon arrival in Beijing, I was terrified to cross the street. Mopeds, taxis, three-wheeled vehicles, cars and buses all vied jealously and chaotically for a place in the flow of traffic, and there seemed absolutely no rhyme or reason to the process. 562 more words

Study Abroad

Value Added

Reflection has been the learner profile trait of the last couple of weeks here at LCS so I thought it fitting that I take a few moments to look back at the first two months of #AfricaEd and what I’ve learned.   862 more words

International Educators

Globalization and Education (According to an Educator with International Experience)

During the month of October, 2014, the researcher conducted a personal interview with an educator who has extensive international experience and is currently working in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma. 1,413 more words

International Education

Laying the Foundation for Western Civilization

Article by: Sheila Singhal*

“Those who do not know must learn from those who do.” — Plato, The Republic

Travelling to get a good education is nothing new. 728 more words

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