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Many universities have moved towards the faculty-led short-term study abroad model to maximise the student experience and also to be intentional about including student populations who may not study abroad because of some hesitation or barriers. Specifically, these programmes are an effective way to provide students an opportunity to explore international learning in a way that is more accessible. This chapter presents a case study of a successful short-term study abroad model and includes syllabus language and recommendations for faculty who want to create a short-term class. Specifically, information is presented about four distinct elements a short-term class should include: 1) learning objectives, 2) pre-travel preparation, 3) trip implementation, and 4) post-travel processing.
Mike Rayner & Tom Webb
Abingdon; New York
9781003140078, 9781000537406, 9780367690267
Tingle, J. K. (2022). Learning abroad in action: A case study of sport in England. In M. Rayner & T. Webb (Eds.), Sport management education: Global perspectives and implications for practice. Routledge. http://doi.org/10.4324/9781003140078-9
Sport Management Education: Global Perspectives and Implications for Practice
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