Students are creators and innovators that respond to new and diverse perspectives. They use language in imaginative and original ways to make useful contributions.

Goals:

  • Students demonstrate originality and inventiveness in work
  • Students develop, implement and communicate new ideas to others
  • Students are open and responsive to new and diverse perspectives
  • Students act on creative ideas to make a tangible and useful contribution to the domain in which the innovation occurs

Activities and Resources


Below are three tables that contain pages of activities and resources submitted by ISE staff and world language educators who have traveled abroad with students. The activities and resources listed in each table support the 21st century skill on this page in the context of a program abroad. Each table contains links to the activity that will support your student's skill building before you go on the program, while you are abroad and when you get back. Click on the name of the activity in the chart and you will go to that activity. You will be able to navigate back to any of the skills at any time using the navigation pane.

1. Before you go

Activity/Resource
Summary
Submitted by:
Language:
Reflect on the Experience
Individual and group reflection and reflective journal activities
ISE, Kim Huegerich,
Belinda Bjerkvold
Any
Expert Tour Guides
Assign students to be the expert tour guides to a site on location at your destination.
ISE, Amy Pitsker, Carla Harman
Any





















2. While you are abroad

Activity/Resource
Summary
Submitted by:
Language:
Reflect on the Experience
Individual and group reflection and reflective journal activities
ISE, Kim Huegerich,
Belinda Bjerkvold
Any
Expert Tour Guides

ISE, Amy Pitsker, Carla Harman
Any




























3. When you get back

Activity/Resource
Summary
Submitted by:
Language:
Reflect on the Experience
Individual and group reflection and reflective journal activities
ISE, Kim Huegerich,
Belinda Bjerkvold
Any