The 2017 Teaching Excellence and Achievement (TEA) program brought 21 fellows from 18 countries to Appalachian State University for six weeks in September-October to enhance their teaching skills.
The TEA Fellows spent four weeks on Appalachian’s campus engaged in discipline-specific workshops, followed by two weeks teaching in regional schools alongside a U.S. partner teacher.
Photos taken at Watauga High School by University Photographer Marie Freeman.
Appalachian hosts 21 international educators enhancing their teaching skills
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