Student Teaching - Ecuador
8 weeks in fall or spring semester.
Student teaching in Ecuador is an opportunity for students in Early Childhood Education, Special Education, Middle Childhood/Early Adolescence, Art Education, Music Education, and Bilingual Education to complete eight weeks of directed teaching at CEDEI School in the Andes Mountains. Up to ten students are accepted to the program every semester. A program agreement between Centros de Estudios Interamericanos (CEDEI),the College of Education and Professional Studies, and the College of Arts and Communication is set up so that students can teach at the bi-lingual CEDEI Primary School during eight weeks, complete the workshop "The People and Cultures of Ecuador" (EDUINDP 490), and other courses at CEDEI such as Spanish, cooking, dance, and weekend trips.
Please contact the program coordinator, Dr. Simone DeVore, to get more information about the Ecuador Student Teaching Program and to set up an appointment for approval. .
Simone Devore, Ph.D.
Associate Professor, Dept. of Early Chilhood Education/Special Educ., http://www.uww.edu/coe/ece/
Faculty Coordinator for Ecuador Student Teaching
Winther Hall 4036
Office: 262-472-4808, Dept. Office: 262-472-1106, Fax: 262-472-2843
For general questions about the International Student Teaching Program or you just want to pick up a paper application, please contact:
Cheryl Wegner - International Teaching Program Assistant
firstname.lastname@example.org 262-472-1935 Winter Hall 2036