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How to Customize Your Immersion Program With EdOdyssey

How to Customize Your Immersion Program With EdOdyssey

You’ve decided to organize an exciting and immersive study abroad program for your students. After visiting the EdOdyssey website to learn about the previous programs we have designed, you might begin to brainstorm your own ideas for a custom program with us. During this process, we encourage you to ask yourself these three important questions:

Three Ways Immersion Develops Language

Three Ways Immersion Develops Language

The feeling of panic was palpable in the room. None of us were accustomed to language classes that placed an emphasis on speaking. Although I learned so much about vocabulary and grammar in my high school and college Spanish courses, they didn’t do much to improve my speaking skills.

Three Life Lessons Learned Through Travel

Three Life Lessons Learned Through Travel

Whether we’re students or teachers, our knowledge of both content and beliefs gets tested when we go abroad. As we step into the unknown and travel, we begin to understand more about other cultures, but at the same time, we start to process and gain more insight into our own individual personality and values.  

Four Keys For Having The Best Homestay Experience

Four Keys For Having The Best Homestay Experience

During study abroad, one of the places where you will spend a considerable amount of time is at your homestay’s home.  In order for your experience to be as amazing as possible, it is also important that your homestay experience is an amazing one too.  Living abroad can be difficult at first, but making a positive connection to your homestay can impact your experience for the better.

Seven Reasons You Can't Miss Cusco

Seven Reasons You Can't Miss Cusco

The history of Cusco has transcended time and still lives and breathes through its people, places and animals. Centuries ago, The Incan Empire was spread throughout South America as one of the world's largest tribes, and Cusco held the status as the capital of the Incas. Before the Spanish came in the 16th century, the empire covered Colombia, Ecuador, Peru, Bolivia and northern parts of both Chile and Argentina.