The Long-Term Effects of International Student Teaching Placements

Implications for Policy and Practice in Higher Education

  • Ann C. Gaudino Millersville University
  • Eleanor V. Wilson University of Virginia
Keywords: teach abroad, effects of teaching abroad, benefits of studying abroad

Abstract

There is scant literature involving studies with classroom teachers who previously student taught abroad to determine the lasting effects of student teaching abroad, if any, on their careers and teaching.  Were the benefits anticipated by student teachers who student taught abroad the actual benefits that teachers who student taught abroad experienced? This studied attempted to fill this gap by interviewing a university coordinator of an abroad student teaching program and alumni of the program who are now practicing educators and providing recommendations for university international student teaching programs.

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Author Biographies

Ann C. Gaudino, Millersville University

Associate Professor

Eleanor V. Wilson, University of Virginia

Associate Professor

Published
2019-04-03
How to Cite
Gaudino, A., & Wilson, E. (2019). The Long-Term Effects of International Student Teaching Placements. Journal of Comparative & International Higher Education, 11(Spring), 22-29. https://doi.org/10.32674/jcihe.v11iSpring.927
Section
Research Article