The Impact of Studying Abroad on Male Preservice Teachers: A Phenomenological Investigation
In this article, the authors describe changes in preservice teachers' perceptions of and attitudes regarding diversity following a semester-long study abroad experience. Phenomenological methods were used to analyze data collected from five male preservice teachers during a study abroad to Brussels, Belgium in the Fall of 2010. Changes in participants' definition and attitudes regarding diversity and resulting implications for practice were evident. (Contains 1 table.)
McGaha, Julie M. and Linder, Sandra M., "The Impact of Studying Abroad on Male Preservice Teachers: A Phenomenological Investigation" (2012). Scholarship of Teaching and Learning Publications. 54.
This article was published in Multicultural Perspectives. Vol. 14, Number 3. (2012).