Sixteen Phoenix Union Teachers Team Up with Teachers from Seven Countries in the International Leaders in Education program
Posted by Joseph Haley on 1/27/2016
Sixteen Phoenix Union teachers will team up with 16 teachers from seven countries this semester in the International Leaders in Education program and ASU’s Mary Lou Fulton Teahcers College. The semester-long professional development program will have international students take courses at ASU and spend one to two days a week of clinical placement at a Phoenix Union school through May 2. The visiting teachers, called Fellows, will be active participants in the classroom, under the direction of the host teacher, assiting, co-teaching, and providing enrichment and rremedial activites and instruction. The fellows are from Bangladesh, Brazil, Egypt, India, Indonesia, Kenya and Tanzania. Eight teachers from North; five from Franklin, two from Metro Tech and one from Central will host the visiting teachers.