Engage in cross-cultural collaborations with Thai teachers this summer and share best practices in English, Science, and Mathematics education. Gain valuable ESL teaching experience by beign immersed in a classroom of Thai students. Learn about the long and storied history of the Thai culture, include religion, customs, and food.
2014 Tentative Dates: May 30 - June 29
Summer Admission: April 1
Please submit the following by the above deadline:
The Course Approval Form (due May 1st) is to be submitted by SUNY Cortland students only.
Group Flight Required. Arranged by director and paid by program participant.
Note: All in-country transportation fees are included in the program cost with the exception of
Summer 2014 Budget **Tentative and Subject to Change**
Accepted students will receive an updated budget as a part of their acceptance packet.
|Program Course Information||
This program provides education students an opportunity to share science and mathematics teaching experiences within a very unique and different culture. Students will spend two days in an orientation session at SUNY Cortland before traveling to Thailand. During the first week in Thailand the student participants will be working with their university partners to become familiar with the Thai education system and visit schools within the Bangkok area. They will study the school’s routine and curriculum to prepare lessons for teaching during the next two and a half weeks (12 days). The last of week four will be spent in preparing an individual presentation to be given at the Science Education Center at Srinakharinwirot University.
The program is led by faculty leader Dr. Orvil White
Lodging in Bangkok will be at Tai-Pan Hotel located in the central shopping and entertainment district.
During the 14-day duration of their practical teaching, students will be hosted in the homes of their Thai host teachers or graduate students.
Email one of our studnet metors for more information about the program!
Faculty Leader, Dr. Orvil White
SUNY Cortland Study Abroad Advisor, Gonda Gebhardt