Purdue University students combine course work with the opportunity to teach students in a bilingual elementary school in Zamorano, two bilingual secondary schools in Tegucigalpa, observe and teach activities in local rural schools, and visit historic sites in Honduras. In the future this program could expand to involve Honduran educators at the university level as well as students and teachers.
The Program in Honduras is focused on Block I (EDCI 205 and EDCI 285- SA10403) or Independent Research (EDCI 490- SA10403) for Undergraduates (Elementary, Special Education, Social Studies and Secondary Majors among others). For Graduate Students Multicultural Education (EDCI 585-SA59000-05), and/or Independent Research (EDCI 590-SA59000-05) or Seminar in Curriculum Studies (EDCI 684-SA59000-05) are available. Students obtain a total of 7credits.
Trip Dates: May 16th - June 2nd, 2016
U.S Department of State Information about Honduras
Check out http://travel.state.gov/travel/cis_pa_tw/cis/cis_1135.html for U.S. Department of State information about Honduras.
Program Contact Information
For further information about Maymester in Honduras, contact the program leader, JoAnn Phillion, at firstname.lastname@example.org or 765-494-2352 in BRNG 4144.
The program assistant, Jubin Rahatzad, can be contacted at email@example.com or 503-936-9163.
Program participants should attend the four pre-departure orientation meetings held prior to departure.
Applying for the Program
- Attend a callout or meet with program leaders prior to acceptance.
- Submit the COE Participation Form.
- Submit a $250 deposit to Kim Deardorff in BRNG 3134. (Checks should be payable to Purdue University.)
- Sign in to participate in Maymester Honduras in the Purdue Study Abroad website https://www.studyabroad.purdue.edu/