Department of Mathematics
Mathematics Education Study Abroad Program in Tanzania
A one-month (May 2013) study abroad experience in Arusha, Tanzania has been designed specifically for mathematics education students. Students will teach mathematics in local schools, work in an orphanage, learn Swahili, and go on a four day safari! In addition a weekend at a Maasai Village and hiking in the Arusha National Park is included in the program. This is a once in a lifetime opportunity that is limited to only 12 students to learn about and live in a different culture and experience the beauty and richness of Tanzania.
You can follow the experiences of the 2013 Tanzania group on their blog at http://tanzaniamath2013.wordpress.com/.
If you have any questions, or need any additional information please contact Dr. Lisa Kasmer.
Additional information can be found at:
- http://tanzaniamath.wordpress.com/ (Blog from the 2012 Tanzania trip)
You can also view this flier [PDF, 512Kb] for more information.
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