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Art of Contemporary Teaching - AIM Overseas
East Lansing MI, United States (Outgoing Program)
|Partner University Homepage:||Click to visit|
|Restrictions:||Sydney applicants only|
|Program Type:||Non-Exchange Short-Term||Minimum Mark:||65%; Credit|
|Agreement Scope:||Education and Social Work||Short-term Type:||Coursework|
|Short-term Duration:||2-3 weeks|
Art of Contemporary Teaching - Michigan State University, USA
Short Term Study Abroad
|Location||East Lansing, Michigan, USA
|Program description||This July 2017, University of Sydney Education students have the exciting opportunity to study contemporary teaching and techniques at a top university in the States. You will be looking at theory and practice around different types of teaching spaces, assessing student learning outcomes, designing curriculum and utilising new technology to enhance learning experiences. The program is crammed full of site visits and cultural activities, all designed to help you master formal and informal educational settings while giving you a world-class insight into U.S campus life.
|Relevant subjects areas||Education
|Program dates||3 July to 21 July 2017
|Application deadline||31 March 2017
|Places available||AIM Overseas programs are highly competitive and fill up fast so be sure to get your application in as early as possible.
|Eligibility criteria||When researching the AIM Programs, be sure to consider whether you meet the published pre-requisites. You should contact AIM Overseas for course syllabi and discuss whether the program meets your academic requirements by discussing it with your course coordinator at the University of Sydney.
|Language||Classes are instructed in English.
|Fees and scholarships
||2017 Total program fee: AUD$6,090
OS-HELP loans may be available to eligible students enrolled in a Commonwealth supported place where the program is approved for credit prior to departure. Application required.
|About the university||Michigan State University (MSU):
|Location overview||East Lansing, Michigan is predominantly known and a student city. The city's downtown area is centred around Grand River Avenue, a wide, tree-lined boulevard. Grand River Avenue and Michigan Avenue serves as a dividing line between the Michigan State University campus and the rest of the city. The street is lined with many college-oriented businesses, such as bars, coffee shops, restaurants and bookstores.