Student Teaching Abroad
Student teach abroad and make the world your classroom!
Clarion University’s Office of International Programs offers opportunities to complete your student teaching in multiple locations abroad. Learn as you teach in a new country with this eight-week experience in student teaching that will also provide a knowledge of the country and culture.
This experience is offered to students in teacher preparation programs who:
- Have completed program admission and have passed all required tests (including Praxis II or PECT).
- Placements are dependent on your major as some schools will only take a particular grade level.
- Begin the planning process early.
- Have the financial resources for tuition, housing, application, additional living expenses.
Applications are due Jan. 30 for the fall semester and Sept. 30 for the spring semester.
What is my first step?
Contact the Office of International Programs.
Want to student teach in another state?
Clarion University partners with the Broward County Public Schools in Florida to provide second placement student teaching experiences in a large metropolitan area. If you are interested in living and student teaching in Florida, applications are due Jan. 30 for the fall semester and Sept. 30 for the spring semester.
Placements may be limited. Contact Dr. Timothy Stevenson or stop in the Office of Field Services in 102 Stevens Hall to discuss this option.
These are all faculty at the Nova Blanche Forman, Broward County School District and are all Clarion Alum.
From left to right:
Joseph Goodman, Chuck McCanna, Mark Myers, Kelly Addeo, Abby Grumley, Ryan Morda