Tag: low-residency

The Amandla Project: An SIT alum helps students with disabilities intern abroad

Alex Stone in his wheelchair in front of a railing on a high cliff beside the ocean in South Africa with service dog Fraser beside him

Alex Stone went abroad as a Seattle University undergrad, pursuing an internship in South Africa in 2011. It’s a common enough story, but his trip worked a little differently β€” he had a constant companion, a service dog named Fraser.

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Interpersonal experience is key to SIT TESOL program

A family of seven pose sitting and smiling on a stone step

Although the face-to-face portion of the TESOL program on campus at SIT Graduate Institute is relatively brief β€” just about three weeks each year for two years β€” that time together is of outsize importance.

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When the teacher becomes a student in their own classroom

Man wearing glasses and plaid shirt smiling with lots of leafy trees in the background

Anyone who has taught in a classroom can grasp the significance of having an expert observe their classes.

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