Über den Autor
Kenneth Cushner is associate dean of Student Life and Intercultural Affairs in the Kent State University College and Graduate School of Education. He is a frequent contributor to the professional development of educators through consulting, writing, workshops, and travel programming. Ken is author or co-author of numerous such books and articles, including Human Diversity in Education: An Integrative Approach, 4th ed. and Intercultural Interactions: A Practical Guide, 2nd ed..
Chapter 1 1. Teacher as Traveler-Travel as Teacher Chapter 2 2. Get Ready, Get Set-Before You Go Chapter 3 3. Traveling with Class: The Trip Begins Chapter 4 4. The Power of Travel Occurs Off the Beaten Track Chapter 5 5. Learning to Travel Is Learning to See: Developing Intercultural Sensitivity Chapter 6 6. Change Your Latitude, Change Your Attitude: Facilitating Adolescent Adjustment Chapter 7 7. Learning to Live Together: Bringing Intercultural Boundaries with Youth Dialogue Chapter 8 8. The Making of World-Class Teachers: International Student Teaching Chapter 9 9. Beyond Tourism: The Importance of Experience on Impact Chapter 10 10. Building Trust, Relationships, and Commitment, Even Though Sometimes Things Go Wrong Chapter 11 11. Making It Work for You: Travel Tips and Resources Chapter 12 References Chapter 13 About the Author
Cushner integrates current research on the intercultural experience and relates it to his personal travel experiences while providing guidelines to enable educators to integrate reflective travel as an active part of the educational experience of young people.