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Webinar: How to Apply to Teach in the USA with EPI 4.26.18
Learn more about the application process for Educational Partners International's cultural exchange program.
Luigi De Lellis introduces himself to The International Teaching Exchange Service (ITES)
Teacher Luigi De Lellis introduces himself to an international teaching service abroad.
Views: 61 Luigi De Lellis
Teach in the USA! VIF Program Teacher Recruitment
Live and teach in the United States with the VIF Program. Full-time, regular teaching positions are available now!
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International Education...: Mary Hayden at TEDxBathUniversity
International Education and the Promotion of Intercultural Understanding Dr Mary Hayden is Director of the Centre for the study of Education in an International Context (CEIC) and Head of the Department of Education at the University of Bath, where her teaching, publishing and research supervision focus particularly on international schools and international education. www.bath.ac.uk/education/staff/mary-hayden In the spirit of ideas worth spreading, TEDx is a program of local, self-organized events that bring people together to share a TED-like experience. At a TEDx event, TEDTalks video and live speakers combine to spark deep discussion and connection in a small group. These local, self-organized events are branded TEDx, where x = independently organized TED event. The TED Conference provides general guidance for the TEDx program, but individual TEDx events are self-organized.* (*Subject to certain rules and regulations)
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A Modern Form of Travel: Teaching Exchange
The Teaching Excellence and Achievement (TEA) program is an excellent opportunity to gain insight on the latest teaching methods from American high school and middle school teachers. Learn more about the TEA program at: http://exchanges.state.gov/TEA
A day in the life of an exchange student in Singapore | HeyDahye
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Webinar: Summer 2015 International Teaching Programs
Listen to recent volunteers from each of our summer programs: China, Costa Rica, Ecuador, Micronesia, Morocco, Namibia, Nepal, Poland, South Africa. We discuss cultural challenges in the school and the community, living with host families, group travel excursions, volunteer support and training, program logistics, language fluency that volunteers gained, application details and requirements, and more. Visit www.worldteach.org to learn more.
Views: 2228 WorldTeach Publicity
Educator Exchange: Studying, Teaching, Volunteering
The Fulbright Program is the international educational exchange program for students, teachers, and scientists, founded by the United States Senator J. William Fulbright in 1946. Aaron Kennet, Fulbright Fellow Sumy State University, talks to UATV about his experience in discovering of Ukraine, volunteering with soldiers, being a teacher, and also about challenges in Ukrainian media. _ Subscribe to UATV English: https://goo.gl/VHU7bk Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/UATVEN Twitter: https://twitter.com/UATV_en Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/uatv.en Medium: https://medium.com/@UATV_English Watch UATV live: http://eng.uatv.ua/ #News #Ukraine #Ukrainian #Kiev #Kyiv #Crimea #Europe #EuropeanUnion #EU #UATV #Uatvua #UkrainianMedia #FulbrightProgram #UnitedStates #Fulbright #Sumy #Teacher #Volunteer #Volunteering #Soldiers #UkrainianSoldiers #SumyStateUniversity #AaronKennet #Americans #Universities
Views: 208 UATV English
Being an International Student in China
Hello once again! This is a long awaited update to my continuing series of travel documentations. In this video I cover what it's like to live on a Chinese university campus as an international student. The intro song is done by Josh Woodward, found on CC. I do not own or produce the songs in this video.
Views: 81630 Christine Johnson
Japan Exchange & Teaching (JET) Programme - Introduction
Imagine your life in Japan with the JET Programme. Gain valuable overseas work experience, learn about Japanese culture, and meet people from around the world, while contributing to language education and international understanding. The Japan Exchange and Teaching (JET) Programme offers a minimum, one-year opportunity to experience Japan as an Assistant Language Teacher (ALT) or Coordinator for International Relations (CIR) through an official Government of Japan program. ALTs work alongside Japanese teachers of English in the public school system, while CIRs are employed in local government offices. Application and further info: http://jetprogramme.ca/
The Teaching and Learning Exchange
Step Up For Students is proud to present the Teaching and Learning Exchange (or TLE), a free, interactive, online learning management system from the Office of Student Learning.
The Rice Owls teach international students about American football
The Rice Owls held their annual football clinic for incoming international students, scholars and families Aug. 20 at Rice Stadium. The event, which lasted about three hours, started with a tailgate for the students with players and staff serving up food and playing games. The group then moved indoors to the new Brian Patterson Sports Performance Center, located at the north end zone of Rice Stadium, where the students learned about basic rules and key plays and heard from head football coach David Bailiff and the offensive and defensive coaches, who also did some walkthrough examples with volunteers. It was then time to hit the Rice Stadium field. Bailiff, his staff and players put the students into groups and ran fun football drills.
Views: 2723 Rice University
High School in France! | French Exchange 2017
All about french high school and teenagers in France! I've noticed a bunch of ways that high school is different than in Canada and I explain them all in this video :) I hope this video is helpful! I've learned so much since starting school in France; it's different and takes time to get used to, but it's such a cool experience! Hope you enjoy ♥︎ Holly ----------------------------------------­­­­­­-----------------------------------­-­-­-­-­-­------------- Imaginfinity=imagine+infinity. Videos about cool stuff [: My Channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCVJ4... Instagram: https://instagram.com/imaginfinity/ ----------------------------------------­­­­­­-----------------------------------­-­-­-­-­-­------------- About Me: ❀ What’s your name? Holly ❀ How old are you? I am 16 ❀ Where do you live? Canada (but now I'm in France!!) ❀ What camera do you use? Canon Rebel T5i ❀ What editor do you use? Final Cut Pro X
Views: 81034 Imaginfinity
International Teaching Assistant Program | Marquette University
Marquette University International Teaching Assistants participate in the International Teaching Assistant Program (ITAP), which is a one-week intensive preparation program held two weeks prior to the start of the fall semester. The program provides workshops designed to introduce and review the skills needed to successfully interact with U.S. undergraduate students. These students describe their experiences with the program and living in Milwaukee.
Views: 185 Marquette Global
Teaching Economics: Classroom Trading Game (Gains from Trade)
Get your students engaged in econ with a classroom trading game. As trade expands, wealth increases, allowing students to experience for themselves the power of trade. This video shows you everything you need to run a trading game in your classroom, illustrated with video from our classrooms at East Texas Baptist University.
Webinar: How to Apply to Teach in the USA with EPI 4.6.2018
Video recording of our informational webinar titled "How to Apply to Teach in the USA with EPI.” Topics we discuss include: • About EPI and our program for International Teachers to teach in the USA • Step-by-step instructions on starting your application • Documents you will need to apply Learn more: https://teachwithepi.com/
Cultures of learning - vital feature of international education
Cultures of learning: There is no single definition of what is good teaching or learning -- expectations and values of this vary across different cultures. What challenges does this create for teachers & students who study overseas? With the rapid increase in international education this is critical area for the success of overseas students. We look specifically at a Chinese learner and how they might perceive an overseas classroom.
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Webinar: How to Apply to Teach in the USA with EPI 5.30.18
Learn more about the application process for Educational Partners International's exchange visitor program. You can find more information about our webinars and sign up to receive notifications of upcoming webinars here: https://teachwithepi.com/webinars
MBA's Teach Econ - The Foreign Exchange Market
This video explains the foreign exchange market as well as a practical example of what changing exchange rates could mean to trading partners.
Views: 237 MBA's Teach
Trading Forex for Beginners - The Basics
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Currency Exchange Introduction
Introduction to how exchange rates can fluctuate More free lessons at: http://www.khanacademy.org/video?v=itoNb1lb5hY
Views: 538366 Khan Academy
Teaching Your Exchange Student How To Dance..
Fes means Foreign Exchange Student :)
Views: 148 Hunter Truax
A Chinese language class in College of International Education, Beijing Union University
This is a comprehensive Chinese lesson for students who have achieved new HSK Level 2. This is Lesson 1, Week 1 recorded on 10th September. As one of the earliest Chinese language training institutes in Beijing, College of International Education has 15 years experience on short-term and long-term Chinese language course, international exchange program and flexible weekly basis cultural exploration program.
Characteristics of an International School Teacher
"Open-minded and prepared to work with almost any culture and any background and be tolerant and accepting of all the different cultures around the world. So, as flexible as possible is the key quality. Enthusiastic, loving to learn about the world and obviously enjoying working with children and enjoying their teaching work. These are the qualities that schools are all looking for and I'm certainly looking for." - Harry Deelman, Senior Associate
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Japan Opportunities - Teaching Internship Experience
To learn more about internship opportunities in Japan click here: http://www.japaninternships.com/ Take your first steps in advancing your global career in Japan! This is Lucianne, sharing her internship experience as a preschool teacher in Japan. Listen in on her review of the company, work culture, and life in Japan. Her manager also provides feedback on her internship experience! Internship in Japan is a program run and administered by ICC Consultants. We are the historic leaders and providers of career making internships in Japan. Established in 1988 and headquartered in the heart of Tokyo, ICC Consultants is a company specialized in the international mobility of students, offering an array of international exchange programs for Japanese and foreign students through our offices in Japan, the USA, the UK, Australia and New-Zealand. The team of Internship in Japan (IIJ) is here to help you with finding your desired placement within one of the hundreds of possible host companies we partner with. The industries you can choose from are (not limited to): marketing, finance, IT programming, design, fashion, agriculture, consulting, management, hospitality, real estate, education, communication and media, architecture, translation, sports industry and many more! ICC’s commitment to excellence, its unique approach to exchange study programs and proven track record are some of the reasons over one thousand students annually entrust their future to ICC. Please feel free to contact us if you have any questions: http://www.japaninternships.com/contact-us/index.shtml Check out our Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/InternshipInJapan/
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Teaching International Students: Class Participation
International students are a significant percentage of the U.S. student population. This video describes why international students may be reticent in class discussions and how to encourage their participation. This video is meant to give faculty a nuanced understanding of the psychological, linguistic, cultural and other factors underlying some international students' reluctance to speak up in class. It provides useful techniques to promote your students' participation in class discussions, and bridge the cultural gap between your teaching style, and the students' expectations and experiences. Welcome 0:00 Cultural Assumptions 1:10 Answering Questions in Class 4:12 Saving Face and Group Harmony 7:25 Chinese Students' Perspectives 10:24 Korean Students' Perspectives 16:36 Tips for U.S. Faculty 23:39 Q&A 37:48
What Can A Foreign Exchange Student Teach You About America?
In this video I interview my cousin Caroline and her exchange student Anya. These two 15 year old high school students share their experience as an exchange student in America and as an American teenager hosting her first exchange student in Russia. With 4th of July right around the corner it's interesting to see what even Caroline (an American teenager) has learned about her own country from her new Russian friend.
Views: 7589 Rachael Seda
Teaching Foreign Exchange Student to Play Blues
Presenting Reilly Foltz and the great Eason Li! Rate, comment, subscribe, the usual.
Views: 89 GotNutinOnDis16
An International Exchange of Ideas
For the second year in a row, six professors from Romania are spending the fall semester on the River Campus as visiting faculty at the University’s Ain Center for Entrepreneurship. By the end of the three-year Romanian Faculty Scholars Program, 18 professors from the eastern European nation will have had the chance to observe all aspects of the center’s initiatives, take classes, meet business leaders, and return home to incorporate what they’ve learned into their own programs. The Romanian Professor Entrepreneurship Education and Networking Program is funded by the Romanian-American Foundation and conducted in partnership with the Fulbright Commission. The Ain Center was chosen in 2016 as the host site by the Council on International Educational Exchange (CIEE), which managed the application and selection process on behalf of the Romanian-American Foundation. Fifteen schools applied, and Rochester was the only one chosen. The Ain Center is named in recognition of Mark Ain ‘67S (MBA) and his wife, Carolyn, for their long-established leadership and support of entrepreneurialism across the University. The center developed a strategic plan for entrepreneurship spanning 2015 to 2020. One of the four proposed goals is to focus on improving the national and international reputation of the University’s entrepreneurial initiative. Rochester also hosted the International Conference of the Global Consortium of Entrepreneurship Centers in fall 2016. The conference set a record with nearly 450 attendees from 14 countries and 214 universities. “I’m very excited to welcome the second cohort of Romanian faculty to Rochester,” says Duncan Moore ’74 (PhD), vice provost for entrepreneurship, director of the center, and the Rudolf and Hilda Kingslake Professor in Optical Engineering Science. “The visiting faculty, all with expertise in technical or business disciplines, are particularly interested in observing the University’s NSF I-Corps programming. I-Corps teams receive training on the customer discovery process and business model canvas iteration, ultimately determining the market potential of a technology. The faculty can apply this co-curricular approach when they return to their universities in Romania.” Natalie Antal ‘11S (MS), the Ain Center’s associate director, says the center was selected because it houses an established, University-wide, interdisciplinary entrepreneurship initiative, and the socioeconomic climate and size of the Rochester region are comparable to areas where the visiting Romanians teach. The visiting faculty also have expertise in STEM fields, and the University is recognized as a leader in its technical entrepreneurship offerings. Mihai Dragomir, an associate professor of design engineering and robotics at Technical University of Cluj-Napoca, who is among this year’s group of visiting faculty, appreciates that the Ain Center is connected with big and small companies, both locally and nationally. “Initiatives and ideas move faster, the students have more opportunities, and new and creative ideas can quickly reach the market,” he says. Alma Pentescu, a teaching assistant and marketing PhD at Lucian Blaga University in Sibiu, says her experience at the Ain Center will be valuable in helping her school achieve its goals to become “focused on students’ and society’s needs, and relevant in terms of national and international research.” “There’s a lot of experience here,” she says. “It’s something we don’t have much of back home.” This year’s participants have completed an orientation for the Technical Entrepreneurship and Management (TEAM) MS program, and are taking the courses Screening Technical Opportunities and Economics, Marketing, and Strategy Primer for Entrepreneurs. In addition, they’re attending classes related to their teaching fields, which range from data science and computer science to mechanical engineering and optics. They’ve explored the wider University and region, attending iZone events, as well as meetings with the Rochester Angel Network and the Finger Lakes Regional Economic Development Council. They’ve taken a cruise on the Erie Canal, visited Niagara Falls, and will visit innovation hubs in Boston and Washington, D.C. Later in the semester, they’ll attend the Global Consortium of Entrepreneurship Centers conference in Halifax, Nova Scotia. All six live in an apartment complex in Henrietta, a suburb near the River Campus. “We are in contact all the time with both faculty and students,” Dragomir says. “We like the atmosphere here. We like how the students collaborate. We like the diversity—of people and ideas.” “The Ain Center not only teaches the values and skills associated with innovation, leadership, and problem-solving, but it places these values into practice every day,” says Jane Gatewood, the University’s vice provost for global engagement. “Being chosen to receive the scholars clearly demonstrates the Ain Center’s standing as a thought leader.”
WSBI Exchange #2: Teaching money & banking basics through SchoolBank
WSBI Exchange, episode #2, released in July 2017 talks about a new study from WSBI and Child Youth Finance International that looks at SchoolBank. Transcript: What’s a proven way to teach money and banking basics to young people? The classroom… that’s where. This is Exchange – WSBI’s news roundup. Learning to handle one’s personal finances works best at an early age. Lessons in the classroom can help. A new study jointly done by WSBI and Child and Youth Finance International tells how. Throughout the world, young people are first exposed to budgeting, spending and saving in their homes, amongst friends, and on Web. But a more powerful path is at school –through SchoolBank. The WSBI-CYFI paper explores the classroom based programme: how it works and how it brings together schools, teachers, and locally focused banks to teach children and young adults to better know their way around money. The results have paid dividends. SchoolBank boosts chances of children and young people getting a banking account and using it as adults. That’s big because active accounts underpin WSBI’s goal of an account for everyone. The report draws on case studies from WSBI members in five countries to tell how. On the ground, children and youth-friendly bank accounts are given out, oftentimes the first “touch” with a bank. Kids are taught the why and how to save. Kids also learn what it means to be economic citizens. The findings give a strong case for more banks to take part. The authors hope policymakers take note. How has SchoolBank boosted financial inclusion in your area? Let us know in the YouTube comment box. For more info, visit us online.
Views: 957 WSBI - ESBG
Webinar: Teaching in the USA with Educational Partners International 8.30.19
Learn more about teaching in the USA with Educational Partners International's cultural exchange program for teachers in this webinar. Sign up for our webinars here: https://teachwithepi.com/webinars Visit our website: https://teachwithepi.com/
Foreign Exchange Student in South Korea - EP.27 | Teaching Koreans Western Slang
So I was given the opportunity to study abroad in South Korea at Soonchunhyang University. As a foreign exchange student in a new country, I would like to share my experience with you all, especially give you a little glimpse of what South Korea is all about! SUBSCRIBE for daily vlogs. LIKE, SHARE, COMMENT, SUBSCRIBE
Views: 358 maarcnig
The Rice Owls teach international students about American college football
Coach David Bailiff and the Rice Owls introduced international students, scholars and faculty to American football during a Sept. 5 clinic in Rice Stadium.
Views: 3253 Rice University
Studying abroad: Why foreign students choose France
Subscribe to France 24 now: http://f24.my/youtubeEN FRANCE 24 live news stream: all the latest news 24/7 http://f24.my/YTliveEN This week we're at the Cité Universitaire on the southern edge of Paris, to learn why France is one of the top destinations for students from around the world. The quality of teaching and its comparative low cost make the country a top choice - especially thanks to the Erasmus programme, a Europe-wide study abroad and exchange programme that's celebrating its 30th anniversary. Also, from jungle to university: we meet refugees who are continuing their education in Lille. http://www.france24.com/en/taxonomy/emission/18018 Visit our website: http://www.france24.com Subscribe to our YouTube channel: http://f24.my/youtubeEN Like us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/FRANCE24.English Follow us on Twitter: https://twitter.com/France24_en
Views: 16582 FRANCE 24 English
Teaching in Korea | My Experience
Hey everyone! It's Rachel~ I decided to make a video sharing my personal experience teaching in Korea because I know a lot of you are interested in teaching here. Over the past few years I've had some great times and some tough times while working as a teacher so I hope you guys enjoy hearing my story. I can only go from my own personal experiences, so what I say doesn't reflect 100% of what teaching English in Korea is like since I'm only one person. If you have anymore questions about teaching or anything you want to know that I left out, please ask in the comments below and i'll either answer there or on the next Q&A video~ Thank you for watching and please stay tuned for more vids from Jay and I :D Email: [email protected] Rachel's Instagram: @rachelheheh (https://www.instagram.com/rachelheheh/)
Views: 83761 DearSeoul
Teaching in the USA with EPI Webinar
Are you interested in teaching in the USA? This video is a recording of our informational webinar on Facebook titled "Teaching in the USA with Educational Partners International". For more information about EPI, visit teachwithepi.com or contact us by email: [email protected]
teaching a foreign exchange student how to sing
teaching a foreign exchange student how to sing starring kevin lee
Views: 179 Cindy Rodriguez
International Teaching Opportunities
The Faculty of Education at York University offers undergraduate students the opportunity to participate in teaching placements in international locations. These opportunities are available during exchange programs, internships and international practicum placements. Likewise, incoming international students and professional development participants may have the opportunity to experience teaching and the education system in Toronto. For more information, visit: www.edu.yorku.ca/intl
Views: 952 YorkUEducation
broadening Teaching Perspectives
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‪IEU Teacher Exchange Stories: Geoff Dickson on Canada‬
In this video, Independent Education Union (IEU) member Geoff Dickson speaks about his mid-year exchange with a large family of 8 (six kids!) in the wilds of Ontario, Canada. Information on how to participate in teacher exchange: The IEU arranges teacher exchanges between our members and teachers in the UK, all provinces in Canada, Colorado USA and, in the past, International Schools in Europe. To be eligible to apply for exchange, teachers must have a minimum of five years teaching experience at the time of exchange. The period of the exchange varies also. In the UK and Canada, it is usually the Australian school year. In International Schools, it is usually the Northern Hemisphere school year, ie August/September to June. Mid-year exchanges to Canada are also becoming more popular, ie the Australian teacher finishes here at the end of Term 2 and arrives in Canada/UK in the summer and has their BIG break before they commence their exchange. The overseas teacher commences their exchange at the beginning of Term 3 and will enjoy their summer break (they will have two summers then) at the end of Term 2 the following year. Some Canadian Catholic Boards will only allow their teachers now to exchange to the Canadian school years. Geoff Dickson, from Xavier Catholic College in Cranebrook, has just returned from a 12 month mid-year exchange; view the video here! This could be you in 2013! Teachers on exchange continue to be paid by their home employer and their exchange year counts as service for all purposes eg accumulation of leave entitlements and incremental progression. Usually, teachers exchange accommodation. If this is not possible, a commitment to provide suitable accommodation is required. Applications are now being taken for 2013. Please call Helen Gregory on 9779 3200 or email [email protected] For more information on the teacher exchange program, look up www.ieu.asn.au (teacher exchange) ----- Edited & filmed by D.P.L for the IEU publications department. Like us on Facebook at www.facebook.com/ieunswact Follow us on Twitter at: www.twitter.com/ieunswact
teaching a foreign exchange student how to dance
teaching a foreign exchange student how to dance
Views: 1005 Cindy Rodriguez
2016 Asia-Pacific Teacher Exchange for Global Education
The Teacher Exchange Programme, hosted by the Korean Ministry of Education and organized by APCEIU, aims to enhance teachers’ capacity for global education and also promotes mutual understanding between Korea and its partner countries.
Gustavson School of Business: How our students see things differently
From international exchange and co-op work terms, to innovative teaching and award-winning professors, the Gustavson School of Business provides a unique kind of business education: one that helps students see the world differently. www.uvic.ca/gustavson/
Views: 139 Gustavson UVic
What did exchange teach you? Advice and lessons from students studying overseas
We caught up with some Sydney University students studying overseas, to ask them what they'd learnt whilst on their exchange, and if they'd recommend it to others. Check out more overseas opportunities available to you as part of your Sydney degree: http://sydney-au-sa.terradotta.com
Views: 334 Sydney Abroad
Private School Video International Experience Schüleraustausch / Student Exchange
Here you can see student who attend a private school! What are the benefits of visiting a private school. student Exchange. International Experience - Student Exchange - Schüleraustausch www.international-experience.net
High School in the USA
USA, Georgia, Atlanta Leslie, from France https://www.facebook.com/itchyfeatmedia/
Views: 2055416 Leslie Larcher
Applying for Teach English In China from the United States
You can apply for our program from the United States! More information about our programs (long-term teaching, summer teaching and homestay) here: http://teach-english-in-china.co.uk/our-programmes/ You can contact Melissa by phone: 00 1 573-612-5928 or email: [email protected]