As short-term study abroad gains popularity, it is essential to examine the immediate and ongoing effects of these programs. This paper explores a two-week study abroad course for students in P-12 educational administration and higher education graduate programs. It makes valuable contributions to the limited research that exists for graduate students studying abroad and short-term study away experiences. It examines a course design utilizing the Global Perspective Inventory and high-impact learning pedagogy as derived through curriculum, co-curriculum, and community frameworks. Such a strategy aims to influence students’ decision-making processes and connect global knowledge to education’s urgent social, ethical, and civic challenges.
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Ferrari, Christina M. and Fine, Janis B.
"Developing Global Perspectives in Short-term Study Abroad: High-impact learning through Curriculum, Co-curriculum and Community,"
Journal of Global Initiatives: Policy, Pedagogy, Perspective: Vol. 10
, Article 8.
Available at: https://digitalcommons.kennesaw.edu/jgi/vol10/iss1/8