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Miami University K12 Teachers in Nicaragua Summer 2015
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The purpose of this program is offer a continuing education experience in an immersion setting for licenced K-12 Spanish teachers for which they will earn 6 CEUs. Participants will spend 15 days in Granada, Nicaragua where they will stay with host families in conjuntion with the Nicaraguan Educational Program.

4/1/2015
When: 4/1/2015
Where: Granada
Nicaragua

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MIAMI UNIVERSITY
STUDY ABROAD FOR K-12 TEACHERS (Non-credit program)

Offered by Miami Faculty Jill Gomez

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Location: Granada, Nicaragua

Courses & Area of Study:
non-credit option program

Dates: 07/11/15 – 07/25/15; Application deadline 4/1/2015

About the Program:

You will not earn academic credit for this program.  The purpose of this program is offer a continuing education experience in an immersion setting for licensed K-12 Spanish teachers for which they will earn 6 CEUs.  Participants will spend 15 days in Granada, Nicaragua where they will stay with host families in conjunction with the Nicaraguan Educational Program.  They will attend and participate in thirty hours of advanced conversational Spanish classes taught by native speaking professionals.  In the afternoons the participants will spend an additional thirty hours observing and assisting Nicaraguan teachers in local partner schools.

Nicaragua is the largest country in Central America, located north of Costa Rica and south of Honduras and El Salvador. Those who visit Nicaragua are pleased to discover the hospitality of the Nicaraguan people. Its landscape includes twenty volcanoes and two great lakes, including Lake Nicaragua, the second largest lake in Latin America.  

Granada is one of Nicaragua's most important cities and the country's main destination for international travelers. For centuries it has been called 'The Great Sultana' in recognition of its beautiful colonial architecture. Granada is 40 Km from Managua and less than 30 Km from the capital city's international airport. It is an excellent starting point for exploring some of the main attractions in Nicaragua, from active volcanoes to unique cloud forest ecosystems, from the beautiful islands on Lake Nicaragua to the endless beaches of the Pacific Ocean. 

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