Comparative STEM Teaching - Buenos Aires, Argentina

Summer 2019 Teaching K-12 Internships

 Cultural Immersion

All Educators Welcomed

(No Spanish Required)
    


























Global Education- Buenos Aires Comparative STEM and other areas Teaching Internships , and Cultural Immersion
Bilingual K-12 school (No Spanish Required)

NOW ACCEPTING APPLICATIONS FOR Summer 2019

4 or 8 week summer International Teaching K-12 (Bilingual Schools) Internships in Buenos Aires Argentina, Undergraduate, Graduate pre-service as well as in-service educators are welcomed. (No Spanish Required)

Comparative Teaching STEM and other areas- This program is ideal for STEM education students with previous classroom experience or have completed a study aboard. Also STEM majors which may also see teaching as a possible career path.The program under their mentor will let you teach and understand the role that culture play in K-12 education. You will be able to teach and understand as different cultures may view problems from different points of views ,unique cultural teaching methods may be used. This program is also ideal for graduate students looking to bolster their CV with international experience. Comparative teaching is an important part of educator training as STEM teaching and technologies evolves.

Some additional related programs:
Education Majors-This program is ideal for pre-service teachers looking to gain teaching experience with the age/grade of interest pK-12 teaching under a mentor all subjects taught in English. (No Spanish required).

STEM Majors(non education majors)- Will be able to use their STEM knowledge and experience teaching K-12 with a qualified educational mentor. After completion of the internship when you return back to thier university  students' will be given an optional path  to complete additional classes to become certified educators.

All Majors- Social Sciences, Liberal Arts, Humanities- (No previous class room experience required) Students will have a mentor and you will experience teaching K-12. After experiencing the joys of teaching and cultural immersion, Kent's student will be given an optional path  to become certified educators on their return. 

A unique part of all our program is that No Spanish is required for these programs. If you have Spanish language abilities we will take full advantage of them in the matching process of your international internship. Also with Argentina located in the Southern Hemisphere pK-12 classes are in full session during the US summer break.


Included in This program

All application fees and interview process to your acceptance into the program.
All program fees, and guidance fee in Argentina related to the student rotation
Airport pickup, meet and greet (Arrival must be after 9:30 am)
Bus and Subway SUBE card with initial load
Transportation to Airport on your return (late afternoon flights).
 Student Shared Apartments during your stay with other students in program
Introduction with mentor Educators.
Advice and guidance on public transportation.
Argentina preparation and orientation information.
Advice, assistance, and guidance before, during and after your stay from our local staff.
Group rate discount on local travel and networking with other students for activities.
Emergency advice from local staff contact from Globalearn.
Cell phone Rental with Local Buenos Aires number with incoming calls free and inexpensive minutes available for outgoing calls

Available from Global Education Aboard 
Travel Insurance
Credits (See your Education Aboard)

Some available activities and excursions (extra fee may apply)
Pink House Tour (This is like the US White House)
On Off Bus Tour City of Buenos Aires
Professional Tango Show
Fast Ferry Boat to Colonia, Uruguay
Recoleta Cemetery (Evita Tomb)
San Telmo (Flea Market and Art Fair)
Museums
Tigre -Delta
Hippodrome -Horse Racing
Spanish Lessons (all Levels)
Tango Lessons
Iquazu Fall Trip
Patagonia Glazier national park

View a short film and read a Blog from past intern students

Short film of Buenos Aires internship by student intern Judy Kim

Student Intern Blog- Hola Buenos Aires

Why Buenos Aires - Comparative Teaching internship

Housing- Students will live in fully furnished apartments in the heart of Buenos Aires, Argentina with other students in the program. The apartments are move in ready with full kitchen and internet. The apartments are walking distance to public transportation and near your schools. Students may walk at night to restaurants, cafes and shopping. The location in Buenos Aires, will give students the ability be able to enjoy and participate in  the country’s culture of this world class city's  day to day life. This experience will put you ahead of your peers when you return to the US and start building your career.

Buenos Aires Experience- With Buenos Aires being the capital of Argentina there is much to see and do within the City. Buenos Aires is often call the "Paris of South America" with it rich architecture and  also known as "The City That Never Sleeps". Buenos Aires in the hub for government, economics, art, and science. With a good public transportation system which makes it easy to experience the city , museums, and cultural events.

Our Bilingual Schools- We have a consortium of Bilingual schools pK-12 all located in Buenos Aires. The schools are all highly ranked with highly qualified mentor teachers. The schools have been visited/vetted and approved by university faculty. In the application process you will be matched with the Age/Grade and Subject preference you would like to teach. You will be match with the school and mentor teacher which best fits your goals and expectations. If you have several areas of interest we may be able to give you more then one mentor and placement. 

Becoming a Global Citizen- How does one become a citizen of the world. The only way is to experience different culture is by living in them. There is often not a right or wrong way to do thing but a different way. Looking at problems with new angles and perceptive to derive a solution is a big part of being an educator and also the first steps in becoming a Global Citizen. Globalearn -Buenos Aires will give you the opportunity to be Porteños (What Buenos Aires's residents call themselves, since they reside in a major port city). Many people may visit Buenos Aires as "tourist" but to experience being a Porteños one must live day to day life in the city as a local. To walk the city streets, ride public transportation, take a taxi, have your favorite cafe, and to start to recognizing your surrounding. That point that your smile and start saying "Hola" on the street to people you see each day. To be able to discover new foods. Many foods you will wonder how you lived without them and few maybe were not your favorite. As a "Global Citizen" you became an explorer and you tried new things and new food! There are few things in life that you know before you start, that you will talk about and refer back to the rest of your life. Buenos Aires STEM teaching is one of them!

Self-Realization-may be defined as the "fulfillment by oneself of the possibilities of one's character or personality." Many educators  have told us this was a part of the program which they did not expect when they signed up. To be placed a little out of their comfort zone, in new situations, yet have the security of friends, the teaching schools and Globalearn always there to help. To grow as a person, to be transformed with self confidence, looking inward with a passion which you never realized was within. Starting a network of life long friends and colleagues with the ability to see each small accomplishment as a next step to your careers.

Finding "THE EDGE" for your future careers- Soon you will be starting careers some as educators and others are looking how they can advance their careers.  but all that have completed the Comparative STEM Buenos Aires teaching internships will soon realize that they have earn "The Edge" over their peers. When you graduate all will have a degree so with advance training or experience  all will be certified to teach. Your diploma and experience will now give you the ability to get an interview, but it will be your Comparative STEM education internship in Buenos Aires which will get you the job offer. The interview will often take the turn to talking about your summer living in Buenos Aires, Argentina teaching in a bilingual school which will show your self confidence, ability to adapt, and understanding of a new culture and teaching methods. Educators tell us that employers highly valued the international experience, and it was "the edge" which was required to received that job offer.

The Food of Argentina- Argentina is heavily  influenced by Italian and Spanish cuisine with some South American modification.  Beef steaks are what most people first thoughts are when thinking of Argentina. Argentinian beef is considered some of the best in the world. There is much diversity of  food in Argentina. From the simple Milanesa ( a flatten piece of beef,pork,chicken,fish which is fried) , Chorizo  sausage  sandwich (choripan),to fine dinning and sushi. All the food is fresh and well prepared from pork, beef, fish to fresh made pasta, and pizzas. For desserts like ice cream, Duca con leche to high end Cannoli and delicious  pastry are always at hand with a cup of "real" coffee
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Scholarships Available-  .The most popular scholarship for this program is the US Gilman Grant. The Gilman is a US government Grant. Argentina is given a special status and therefore University students applying to Buenos Aires Comparative STEM Teaching Internship are given a priority status to qualified student which apply for Gilman. Additional scholarships maybe available please talk with your education department and Education aboard at your university.

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