Monthly Archives: February 2014

Body Language Works Two Ways

Christy Schaffner Picture this:  a nineteen-year-old American woman studying abroad in Greece.  She approaches a periptero (newspaper/bus ticket stand) with the intent of purchasing some bus tickets. Her Greek ability is not spectacular, but she has the functional language skills … Continue reading

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Experiencing Cultural Diversity in Germany

Stephen Birk In the summer of 2012, I decided to take a summer school course introducing Translation and Interpretation at the Johannes Gutenberg University in Germersheim, Germany. I had just graduated from Ohio State in March of that same year … Continue reading

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Tips for Classroom Management in a Pre-Kindergarten Classroom

Emily Dixon The world of teaching early childhood education can be very rewarding. It is so exciting when, over a short period of time, you can observe your lessons and teaching come to life and be applied by your students. … Continue reading

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