Read the Latest Issue of Frontiers: The Interdisciplinary Journal of Study Abroad

Read Volume XXIX, Issue 2 of Frontiers: The Interdisciplinary Journal of Study Abroad, education abroad’s only online, open-access, peer-reviewed scholarly journal.

Featured in this issue:

  • Teaching Mathematics in Multi-Lingual Classrooms: Developing Intercultural Competence via a Study Abroad Program by Lisa Anne Kasmer & Esther Billings
  • Using a PRISM for Reflecting: Providing Tools for Study Abroad Students to Increase their Intercultural Competency by Tracy Rundstrom Williams
  • Doing More With Less: Civic Practices for Longer-Term Impact in Global Service Learning by Nuria Alonso García & Nicholas V. Longo
  • Components of Reflection: A Longitudinal Analysis of Study Abroad Student Blog Posts by Victor Savicki & Michele V. Price
  • Studios Abroad: A Challenge in Innovative Pedagogy by Joseli Macedo
  • Feeling Our Way: Emotions and the Politics of Global Citizenship in Study Abroad Programming by Nicole Laliberté & Charlene Waddell
  • Stereotype Threat in U.S. Students Abroad: Negotiating American Identity in the Age of Trump by Susan Goldstein
  • Intercultural Competence in Short-Term Study Abroad by Annie Nguyen
  • Book Review of Assessing Study Abroad: Theory, Tools, and Practice. Savicki, V. & Brewer, E. (eds.), by Paige Butler

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