Part time Course in Nicaragua

5 Part time Course Studies in Nicaragua

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Nicaragua is a country in Central America. Nicaragua was entered by Spanish conquistadors in the early 16th century. Spanish schools and courses are available in most cities, especially Granada. Look for specific listings in local guides, or just inquire when you're there.

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International Community - Based Research

FSD - Foundation for Sustainable Development
Campus 9 - 52 weeks September 2017 Nicaragua Managua

FSD Research Internships allow participants to engage with FSD community partners in researching local issues and developing potential solutions. With community-based participatory research, the research question is defined and findings are analyzed together with the community. [+]

Top Part time Course Studies in Nicaragua. FSD Research Internships allow participants to engage with FSD community partners in researching local issues and developing potential solutions. With community-based participatory research, the research question is defined and findings are analyzed together with the community. The goal is knowledge creation which serves to inform community action. Research Internships have a strong emphasis on community-based participatory research in order to ensure the researchers work side by side with community members. What is Community-Based Participatory Research? Community-based participatory research (CBPR) is a framework or approach for conducting research that is characterized by the relationships between the communities and researchers. This type of research is collaborative and requires partnership development, cooperation, negotiation, flexibility, and commitment to addressing local issues. CBPR works to accomplish objectives and development through empowerment and ownership. OVERVIEW All FSD Research Internships begin months before an intern's arrival. FSD site teams work with our community partners to help them identify research priorities and develop a community-based research proposal. Research interns can apply to conduct research one of these research proposals alongside one of our community partners who have agreed to host interns. Upon acceptance to the internship program, research interns are encouraged to conduct background research about the issue they will be investigating in-country as well as study participatory research methods that might be useful. When interns arrive in the field, FSD local site teams will lead an in-country orientation, providing each intern with invaluable guidance and insight that will help them... [-]

International Development Gap Year

FSD - Foundation for Sustainable Development
Campus 9 - 56 weeks September 2017 Nicaragua Managua

FSD Gap Year program is an intense, immersive program for pre-college students (17+) looking to gain international development training and experience. It’s an exciting way to explore and learn before starting college. [+]

FSD Gap Year program is an intense, immersive program for pre-college students (17+) looking to gain international development training and experience. It’s an exciting way to explore and learn before starting college. Our Gap Year program was specifically designed for high school graduates and allows you to gain hands-on experience prior to beginning your studies at a university level. The Gap Year program has a strong emphasis on community ownership and follows the principles of Asset-Based Community Development. Participants receive extensive training in sustainable development principles and gain professional skills in project planning and budgeting, program evaluation, community assessment, and proposal writing. Participants apply their new and existing skill sets as they collaborate with their local colleagues on identifying, designing, and implementing a project to benefit the community. OVERVIEW All FSD Gap Years begin months before your arrival. FSD site teams work with our partner organizations in the community to help them identify priorities and develop volunteer descriptions. Prospective participants can apply to these specific descriptions after learning about these community development organizations. Once we receive an application, we begin work with our international teams to ensure you are a good match for the program - which includes an interview with our international site team and connecting you to materials that will help you prepare for your travel and internship abroad. When participants arrive in the field, FSD local site teams will lead an in-country orientation, providing each volunteer with invaluable guidance and insight that will help them throughout their... [-]

International Development Training and Internships

FSD - Foundation for Sustainable Development
Campus September 2017 Nicaragua Managua

FSD International Development Internships are an opportunity for students and young professionals to gain hands-on experience in sustainable development and insight into other cultures that can only be obtained through participating in the work on the ground. [+]

Top Part time Course Studies in Nicaragua. FSD International Development Internships are an opportunity for students and young professionals to gain hands-on experience in sustainable development and insight into other cultures that can only be obtained through participating in the work on the ground. The internships are thoughtfully designed to help you build your career while having a lasting impact on the people in the community in which you serve. Our Development Internships have a strong emphasis on community ownership and follow the principles of Asset-Based Community Development. Interns receive extensive training in sustainable development principles and gain professional skills in project planning and budgeting, program evaluation, community assessment, and proposal writing. Interns apply their new and existing skill sets as they collaborate with their local colleagues on identifying, designing, and implementing a project to benefit the community. OVERVIEW All FSD International Development Internships begin months before an intern's arrival. FSD site teams work with our partner organizations in the community to help them identify priorities and develop internship descriptions. Prospective interns can apply to these specific descriptions after learning about these community development organizations. Once we receive an application, we begin work with our international teams to ensure you are a good match for the program - which includes an interview with our international site team and connecting you to materials that will help you prepare for your travel and internship abroad. When interns arrive in the field, FSD local site teams will lead an in-country orientation, providing each... [-]

Course in Spanish in Nicaragua

Kulturstudier
Campus 1 semester August 2017 Nicaragua Leon

In Nicaragua we offer spanish studies on three levels, from beginners to advanced. In addition you do Latinamerican studies. The studies are offered in collaboration with Nicaragua’s second largest public university, UNAN-Leon. [+]

Course in Spanish in Nicaragua Study location: León, Nicaragua In Nicaragua we offer spanish studies on three levels, from beginners to advanced. In addition you do Latinamerican studies. The studies are offered in collaboration with Nicaragua’s second largest public university, UNAN-Leon. We help you to choose the level of Spanish Beginner - Spanish 1 and pre-course Intermediate Level - Spanish 1 Advanced - Spanish 2 The Spanish course accounts for 2/3 of the semester. The last 1/3 is Latinamerican studies. Together they make up a full semester - 30 ECTS credits. Spanish When you learn Spanish in a Spanish speaking country the course literature and the use of the new language is a part of everyday life. With a little initiative and determination, you learn to speak the language fluently. Seminar Teaching is done in groups of four to six students, and led by faculty from the Universidad Nacional Autonoma de Nicaragua, León. They are trained in teaching Spanish as a second language and organize so that the students can practice the language both orally and in writing. As part of the course you will also visit local organizations. Grammar classes are mainly lectures in Spanish and English. The most important part of the study is probably the time you spend to get into Nicaraguan society and the everyday conversations with the people around you. Our Spanish studies are academic and gives credits equivalent full-time studies at home. It is in other words not a regular language course, but a... [-]

Course in Multicultural pedagogics

Kulturstudier
Campus 1 semester August 2017 Nicaragua Leon

On the pacific coast of Nicaragua, we offer a unique academic semester programme in multicultural pedagogics divided into the two courses Positive Psychology and Learning and Multicultural Pedagogy. The programme is offered in collaboration with Universidad Nacional Autonoma de Nicaragua, León, which is Nicaragua’s second largest public university. [+]

Top Part time Course Studies in Nicaragua. Course in Multicultural pedagogics Study location: León, Nicaragua On the pacific coast of Nicaragua, we offer a unique academic semester programme in multicultural pedagogics divided into the two courses Positive Psychology and Learning and Multicultural Pedagogy. The programme is offered in collaboration with Universidad Nacional Autonoma de Nicaragua, León, which is Nicaragua’s second largest public university. A combination of two courses: 1. Positive Psychology and Learning Through the course of positive psychology and learning, the student will get an understanding of how the field of psychology can be used as a guidance towards the better life. Further, the course draws on new research in the field of positive psychology and combines this with practical exercises which you can test in your own life as a teacher, pedagogue or leader 2. Multicultural Pedagogy Multicultural pedagogy provides the students with the necessary skills and experience to work and teach in a multicultural context. During the stay in Nicaragua, the students will also work as a trainee in schools, kindergartens or other social projects. Trainee period The trainee period in Nicaraguan kindergartens, schools and social projects will establish the basis for further reflections and understanding of multicultural work. Combinations We encourage you to combine the two courses of pedagogy with the course in Latin-American studies. However, it is also possible to combine the pedagogy programme with Spanish studies. All the combinations above give the equivalent of 30 ECTS. Combine the pedagogy programme with Latin-American studies. Combine... [-]