Student Teaching in Mexico

Student Teaching in Mexico UPAEP

SUNY Fredonia’s student teaching program at the Universidad Popular Autónoma del Estado de Puebla (UPAEP)  includes:

  • 20 day Student Teaching placement in the city of Puebla (this student teaching program meets the requirements mandated by the New York State Education Department as well as by the State University of New York).
  • Weekly supervision by a university professor
  • 10 days of orientation (including getting familiar with university setting, community, and school placement)
  • 20 hours of group Spanish classes with an UPAEP professor
  • Transportation to and from the Mexico City airport
  • 3 -5 seminars on education topics with an UPAEP professor
  • Homestay and meals 

2013 Summer Student Teaching Program Dates

June 22 - Depart from Buffalo

July 1 - Start Student Teaching

July 26 - End Student Teaching

July 27 - Depart Puebla

Accommodation: Students stay with a Mexican family; this is a unique opportunity to learn more Spanish and also learn more about Mexican culture first hand. In general, two meals a day and three meals on the weekend will be provided and internet access in not guaranteed.  Internet is available on campus and not guaranteed in host family homes.

CostUPAEP Summer 2013 Student Teaching Budget

UPAEP Website: http://www.upaep.mx/index.php

Application Deadline: March 1, 2013

For More Information Contact:

Dr. Kate Mahoney

Kate.mahoney@fredonia.edu

E254 Thompson Hall

716-673-4653

pay online Pay the course fee online with electronic check or credit card


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