Central Michigan University secondary teacher education
students now have a unique opportunity to live and learn in the
Dominican Republic. Enhance your global perspective and experience an
urban, multi-cultural school system -- all while earning course credit
during the summer 2012.
The program is set around Santo Domingo, the capital and largest city in the Dominican
Republic, students will explore secondary classrooms and schools as well
as areas that include the Colonial Zone, Boca Chica, La Cuerva, coral
reefs of the south coast of the island nation, jungle forest habitats,
the national aquarium, the heritage museum, and much more.
And the Perks
Gain global awareness through a short-term international experience
Learn more about urban and
multi-cultural school settings
Study secondary classrooms in the Dominican Republic through
observation and teaching.
During their time in Santo
Domingo, students stay in pairs with host families. This home stay includes all meals and provides students with a unique cultural opportunity. The price of room and board is included in the
overall program cost.