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Children at the Center in Nottingham; England, UK

Term To Study: Spring-Break 2020
Application Deadline: Nov 20, 2019
Program Starts: Mar 06, 2020
Program Ends: Mar 15, 2020
Program Category: One-Country
Program Type: Faculty-led
Program Fee: $3,100
Program Locations: Nottingham
Contact Phone: 617-333-2967
Contact Name: Mireille Mclaughlin
Contact Email: mireille.mclaughlin@curry.edu
What is Included: Round-trip airfare, local transportation, accommodations and daily breakfast, welcome dinner plus 1 more dinner, international insurance
What is not Included: Tuition - course can be included in spring course load of 12-18 credits. Tuition will be charged if students are part-time (below 12 credits) or over the 18 credits associated with full-time tuition.

Some meals not noted in itinerary, free time activities, spending money, excess baggage fees, or passport fees (if applicable)
Estimated Costs: $1,000 due by 11/18/19 Non-refundable
$2,100 Final payment due by 12/15/19 All payments after this date are non-refundable.

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Program Description

Dr. Brooks will be leading Curry students to Nottingham, England during spring break 2020. Students in this short term study abroad course explore the innovative work of teachers in Nottingham, England. Beginning in the mid-twentieth century, they helped establish the British Primary School approach, one that influenced educators across the US, Canada, Italy, and around the world. The creation of schools where a “liberation of learning” could take place was the mission of Nottingham educator and author Alice Yardley. Yardley’s contribution and those of her colleagues to the history, practice and continuing implementation of child-centered, project-based, and Reggio-inspired early childhood education in England and abroad is examined. An active component of the course will be visits to schools in Nottinghamshire for children 3 through 12 years old, and to cultural and historical sites in the area. Assignments include reports on school visits, reflections on readings, and journal responses. Students will complete a final research paper on a topic of their own choosing upon return to the US.

This course meets the General Education requirements for Global International Interdependence, and Active Learning areas.

Quick Facts

Population: 63047162
Capital: London
Per-capita GDP: $ 36600
Size: 243610 km2
Time Zone: (GMT) Dublin

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Curry College Study Abroad Program