Having cultural adventures can shape and color or our life in unexpected and fantastic ways. But developing multicultural awareness isn’t just about an isolated experience; it requires observation, reflection and feedback before, during and after the event. Whether you go across the ocean, across town or across your neighborhood, guest Sarah Behm explains how you can help students grow their intercultural skills to be more capable and courageous citizens of an ever-changing world.
Sarah Behm has been designing and leading high school study abroad programs since 2007. Sarah also travels a lot herself conducting school trainings. After studying abroad in high school and college and later receiving an MBA in Spain, Sarah is passionate about introducing young students to travel and learning opportunities abroad to grow cultural awareness and understanding.
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