This qualitative study explored avenues to increase students’ intercultural competence through transformative learning. School of Education graduate students and faculty from a small, private university traveled to Ecuador to participate in a cultural immersion practicum. In addition to these primary goals, the trip was designed to facilitate transformative learning about cultural conceptions, diversity, and the dynamics of student differences with the goal of understanding one’s own cultural framework and adapting to another culture to develop empathy towards culturally and linguistically diverse students in the United States.
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Addleman, Rebecca A.; Brazo, Carol Jo; and Cevallos, Tatiana
"Transformative Learning Through Cultural Immersion,"
Northwest Journal of Teacher Education: Vol. 9
, Article 5.