At the 18th Annual Forum on Education Abroad conference from March 21-25, international educators from around the globe will gather for 2 days of virtual programming and 3 days of on-site programming in Chicago, IL. The event will feature 50+ sessions and include a plethora of networking opportunities with colleagues. For a listing of
The Asia Institute Academic Lead Ann Hubbard will be presenting on the virtual panel “Project-Based Virtual Program Design: Challenges and Successes Across Time Zones” on Tuesday, March 22nd at 10:00 am CST. The session will examine best practices for the design and development of virtual project-based internship programs focused on the UN Sustainable Development Goals. Additionally, Ann will be a panelist on the in-person session titled, “From Student Learning to Student Action Abroad: An Active Response to the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals” on Friday, March 25th at 8:45 am CST. This panel will highlight opportunities for the field of Education Abroad to encourage action-oriented learning as part of program design to increase positive global impact in response to the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals.
In addition, The Asia Institute will be exhibiting at the conference from March 23-25th alongside our colleagues at The Global Learning Collective. We look forward to sharing recent updates on short-term programs in Asia as well as project-based learning programs we are hosting with partners throughout the region. If you plan to be in Chicago, stop by booth 15!