When thinking about studying abroad, some college students may be hesitant to do so due to FOMO - the fear of missing out. Although this feeling is a legitimate concern, a powerful tool that we should learn to embrace the positive side is JOMO - the joy of missing out.
Often, we hear of students studying abroad, but how might teachers and faculty go about experiencing new cultures that can add value to their classrooms back home? We spoke with Greg Semplice, an avid traveler and high school teacher, and discussed his self-led program EdOdyssey had designed for him while exploring Spain this past July.
When teachers and administration speak with us about an immersion program abroad, we consistently get one question: “How much will this program cost our parents and students?” Cost can be one of the biggest factors and concerns when considering traveling overseas, which is why EdOdyssey works with schools to make it work for you - the parents and students!
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: