PSYCH 401/457 Collaborative Research on Education

Instructors:  Kevin Miller, School of Education and Psychology, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts U-M Ann Arbor Kai Cortina, Psychology, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts, U-M Ann Arbor Partners: Beijing Normal University Term: Spring 2020

TEL 410 – Virtual Teaching Practicum TESOL

Instructor: Emily Feuerherm, Linguistics, Department of English, College of Arts and Sciences, U-M Flint Partner: Sebastián Concha Vargas, English as a Foreign Language, English Phonetics and Phonology, Teacher Training. UNIMINUTO, Corporación Universitaria Minuto de Dios, Bogotá, Colombia Term: Fall 2020 Students in the TESOL (Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages) programs at both universities…

EDU 420: World Languages Teaching Methods

Instructors: Maria Coolican, School of Education; Brenda Imber, English Language Institute, LSA Partner: University of Tunis, Tunis Term: Fall 2012,  Winter 2013 This project connects the Language Teaching Methods students at U-M with an English as a Foreign Language methods course at the Institut Supérieur Des Sciences Humaines (ISSH), Université de Tunis El- Manar, Tunis. Students work…

MUSED 504: History and Philosophy of Music Education / International Perspectives in Music Education

Instructor: Carlos Rodriguez, Music Education, SMTD Partner: University of Bremen, Germany Term: Fall 2013 Course Number:  MUSED 502 (before), MUSED 504 (now) Rodriguez will teach this course, required for Masters and Ph.D. students in Music Education, as a co-taught synchronous course with Germany. Reaching about 20 students a year, it will be taught with a special…

EDT 210: Technology in the Future Course Example

Instructor: Stein Brunvand, School of Education, U-M Dearborn Partner: Reuben Dlamini, University of the Witwatersrand, Johannesburg, South Africa Term: Winter 2014 Live and recorded presentations by faculty on educational technologies combined with student discussions via videoconferencing and text backchannels (foster open exchange) and joint work sessions in and out of class. Students are active contributors to a…