2024 New Zealand Fellowship Travel Program

Please read below for information about the 2024 New Zealand Fellowship Travel Program presented by Dr. Betty J. Sternberg on behalf of ARAMFO Educational Foundation:

We are thrilled to present an exclusive opportunity tailored for educators seeking to broaden their horizons: The Teacher Leader Fellowship Program in New Zealand, running from June 29th to July 6th, 2024. This unique seven-day adventure immerses participants in New Zealand’s innovative educational practices and Maori educational philosophies, with visits to Auckland and Rotorua.

Highlights include:

  • Interactive visits to leading schools and universities in Auckland, offering insights into New Zealand’s educational system and teacher training.
  • Exploration of Rotorua’s geothermal marvels and insights into Maori cultural and educational perspectives.
  • Engaging workshops and cultural experiences to deepen understanding and appreciation of New Zealand’s education landscape and heritage.

The program is meticulously designed to inspire and transform, featuring inclusive international travel, luxury accommodations, and comprehensive educational experiences for $5000. Payment plans are available, and the itinerary is packed with enriching activities to ensure an unforgettable professional development journey.

For a detailed itinerary and further information on registration and payment, please visit our program page: https://aramfo.org/programs/new-zealand-2024-the-teacher-leader-fellowship-program-abroad

Don’t miss out on this transformative educational journey. Secure your spot for an unforgettable exploration of New Zealand’s educational landscape.

How to Register: To secure your spot, please reply to this email, or email us at info@aramfo.org. Spaces are limited to ensure a personalized and impactful experience for all participants.

Why Join? These trips are more than just travel; they are a platform for growth, learning, and global connection. By participating, you’ll gain new tools, ideas, and inspirations to enhance your teaching and contribute to your professional development.

For questions or further details, please do not hesitate to contact me at sternbergb@sacredheart.edu or call me at 860-463-5871

The ARAMFO Teacher Leader Fellowship Program Abroad in Italy April 2024

The ARAMFO Educational Foundation presents a unique opportunity from the Teacher Leader Fellowship Program Abroad (TLFP). Building on successful endeavors in Finland and Ottawa, Canada, ARAMFO is orchestrating a trip to Italy, scheduled for April 13 to 20, 2024.

This journey is a deep dive into the revered Reggio Emilia Approach to Education. We have secured spots for our group in the International Study Group, a renowned professional development journey taking place from April 15 – 19, 2024, at the Loris Malaguzzi International Centre in Reggio Emilia. https://www.reggiochildren.it/en/rc/education/study-groups/international-study-group-april-2024/

This immersive study experience facilitates a comprehensive exploration of the principles, values, and concepts underpinning the Reggio Emilia Approach. It’s worth noting that this study group is promoted in collaboration with Reggio Children and the Preschools and Infant-toddler Centres – Istituzione of the Municipality of Reggio Emilia.

The itinerary promises a blend of professional enrichment and cultural immersion. You’ll get to delve deeply into the educational philosophy that has been adopted and celebrated by several U.S. pre-schools and primary institutions. Moreover, the trip promises enriching experiences through Reggio Emilia’s captivating historical and cultural sites.

For a detailed view, please visit: Italy 2024 – Teacher Leader Fellowship Program Abroad: https://aramfo.org/programs/italy-2024-the-teacher-leader-fellowship-program-abroad

Please note that spaces for this unique expedition are limited, and we encourage an early expression of interest to secure your place.

While the trip emphasizes pre-K and early childhood education, it is open to all educators.

For further questions or more details please reach out to Dr. Betty J. Sternberg at sternbergb@sacredheart.edu.