Curricula Crossing Borders

Integrating Multicultural and Multilingual Teacher Education Courses in Study Abroad

Authored by: Eric Ruiz Bybee , Julia Menard-Warwick , Enrique David Degollado , Deb Palmer , Shannon Kehoe , Luis Urrieta Jr.

The Routledge Handbook of Study Abroad Research and Practice

Print publication date:  June  2018
Online publication date:  June  2018

Print ISBN: 9781138192393
eBook ISBN: 9781315639970
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This chapter examines curriculum integration (CI) efforts to adapt teacher education courses from the University of Texas at Austin (UT) to a study abroad (SA) context in Antigua, Guatemala. UT is a top public research institution in Texas, a state where approximately 33% of children (2.3 million) live in families with one parent born outside the US, with about 80% coming from Latin America (Texas Kids Count, 2015). Texas’ unique cultural and linguistic landscape means that all new teachers need to be prepared to work with immigrant Emergent Bilingual (EB) 1 students and do language teaching, regardless of their assigned grade level or subject matter.

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