Hosted by The Lovett School
Much like their students, educators never stop learning. At WLSA, we strive to encourage and provide resources for educational professionals to grow through cultural experiences. In 2018, with our associate, The Lovett School, we will host a two-week faculty exchange.
The Lovett School will welcome educators to their campus in Atlanta, Georgia. Faculty guests will live with host families, experience everyday life at Lovett, and explore Atlanta through cultural excursions. We are accepting applications from all educators teaching kindergarten through grade 12.
• Offer an opportunity for cross-cultural communication and idea sharing
• Professional development for visiting faculty in specific teaching strategies such as design thinking, location-based learning, and interdisciplinary projects (including STEM)
• Experiencing American culture through homestays, cultural excursions, and exploring educational differences
We will be accepting applications from educators teaching kindergarten – grade 12. We would like an even number of primary and secondary school teacher attending the exchange to ensure a well-rounded experience for all! Teachers must be employed full-time at a WLSA Associate school.
• Independent and willing to take initiative
• Highly proficient or fluent in English
• Eager to take advantage of a full range of learning opportunities available through this programme
• Willing to co-teach or teach classes as appropriate
Learn more about The Lovett School
The Lovett School, an independent day school of nearly 1700 students in grades K-12, located in Atlanta, GA (USA) is excited to offer an inaugural faculty exchange program to commence in early February 2018 (specific dates to be determined), in coordination with the World Leading Schools Association. You can learn more about The Lovett School, including students’ course of study, at www.lovett.org.
As the capital of the state of Georgia, Atlanta is a cultural and economic hub. The city has the ninth largest population in the US, and the largest airport in the entire world. Atlanta was originally founded in 1836, but was burned to the ground during the Civil War. After the war was over, Atlanta was gradually rebuilt into the metropolitan city we know and love today!
The city has seen and played a large role in many historical events, even providing a significant amount of transportation and goods for World War 2. In addition, Atlanta has rich multi-cultural history and was a major organizing center for the Civil Rights Moment in the 1960s.
Explore this exciting, historical, and diverse city during your Faculty Exchange!