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Stimulating lntergenercitionality:  Millennicils in Europe

Lisci Fleury & Lciuro Roiynciud
CIEE Annual Conference:  The R...
Participant preparation: 
Ex.  training,  readings,  etc. 

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How do you plan on "selling" the project to Millennials...
Stimulating lntergenerationality:  Millennials in Europe

Lisa Fleury & Laura Raynaud
CIEE Annual Conference:  The Reinven...
Participant preparation: 
Ex.  training,  readings,  etc. 

How do you plan on ‘‘selling’' the project to Millennials?  To...
Stimulating lntergenerationality:  Millennials in Europe

Lisa Fleury & Laura Raynaud
CIEE Annual Conference:  The Reinven...
Participant preparation: 
Ex.  training,  readings,  etc. 

How do you plan on "selling" the project to Millennials?  To o...
Stimulating lntergenerationality:  Millennials in Europe

Lisa Fleury & Laura Raynaud
CIEE Annual Conference:  The Reinven...
Participant preparation: 
Ex.  training,  readings,  etc. 

How do you plan on “selling" the project to Millennials?  To o...
Stimulating lntergenerationality:  Millennials in Europe

Lisa Fleury 8. Laura Raynaud
CIEE Annual Conference:  The Reinve...
Participant preparation: 
Ex.  training,  readings,  etc. 

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Stimulating Intergenerationality: Millennials in Europe - Worksheet

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Studying abroad in Europe offers significant opportunities for intergenerational contact, but how do students react to these opportunities? How can programs abroad encourage millenials to embrace the benefits of intergenerationality? Homestays, internships, community service, and social settings will be used to identify the resistance to and benefits of cross-generational interactions. Using case studies from the field, we'll show how intergenerational contact provides challenges and opportunities for education abroad in Europe. After a presentation to set the theoretical framework and field approach, the rest of the session will be used for small group discussions about how intergenerational issues can be used in the field to maximize our students' experiences, given them life skills and better integrate them in the host culture.

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Stimulating Intergenerationality: Millennials in Europe - Worksheet

  1. 1. Stimulating lntergenercitionality: Millennicils in Europe Lisci Fleury & Lciuro Roiynciud CIEE Annual Conference: The Reinvention of Study Abroad — Berlin, November 4-7, 2015 Use this sheet to develop your iniergeneroiional project. Provide as much information as you wish, and feel free to skip any sections that do not apply to your project. D Accidemic excursion/ Culturcil cictivity l: Course El Homestciys/ Student housing )éLocoil societal debate, event or trciumci El Community service I: Pre—deporture/ re-entry THE BASICS Objectives/ learning outcomes: Ex. Life skills, cultural awareness, heritage — _flgt1LW}, ,fl1LrA_ c-.9.. ..i‘~. ialL'lri‘; xzil_J2.siiml: _L&sni. en. t £cz0o. kr_A _i1»oi: ern, Spa. L‘L-_M___ _ ‘. ,.__Efl. (‘. cu_(§’x, CAA hi ticsoe. /.dz. lms. li<z. ._ . ug~. l:h, - olzlzr _ c. «.jlri‘z_ms. .. ¢lAo. l—, _zz«(2.; : rep 90.34 _ . fl’. «'«__. ( m[n_(>er5nxLc. go-_‘u-. uioALc-. sl= a.vsAI‘. x3 . gram e<; c‘. m_c£~{ .3n: i.*r(; £$ Scale of project: l-x. Modest, one—time event ~ Themcii‘ic thread, weaved through the duration of 0 long ierm program (44 months) — Weekly course - Fsiimaied number of Contact hours . OKLE. ;'. l'A‘n1(_ . .. .CsJ£. f. vl. ’.__ . _. Pg; (LZ__L. ,‘.0Q, ‘.-’5.§< - Resources: Ex. Networkis), local officials/ community groups, budget , J. g_l'~. o f~4e>; :.: ..t‘<4L_c_-czl c! ‘-ifl wax in smvxe; §; a—Slo<fm1. , ?a, 'V. L'lL(. ¥! .¢4M, &)= e£ES 29% *’hes¢. ..kliaJ; ._exr>e.1ie, r~c. c2 as-c~. ._e_uz. n—__j__M_ _. _ll. osl: .AL_ exstu-«so: -s _ Re. $3.e. _eivim. ... ..t, <, THE DETAILS Project outline: Sc. vv_»_agi~. =,r / Alggoced ijn BCN " EX. LLl‘: '.§. Ol[). .412 (‘cl _— -_Xl. <;«ll, c_d. t; L05 “ . _ Epainrslrx _Q. i1i_i. 'X Kmiar ELM _i‘n_ Lor. .. l:e. >zl’ J9 . __ .2 Farmer . J‘. >_L‘)lIE§’. I.. '_€. .A_'. lz. .IL$ $1»: ,/ _.zL%ou. _‘. r_1sl . _lAll'>a. b_Cl*IL; ’i_i3;_L$9ipq2DLl' _. ilk. ) 2 9/ ‘§) - ‘.7
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  3. 3. Stimulating lntergenerationality: Millennials in Europe Lisa Fleury & Laura Raynaud CIEE Annual Conference: The Reinvention of Study Abroad — Berlin, November 4-7, 2015 Use this sheet to develop your intergenerational project. Provide as much information as you wish, and feel free to skip any sections that do not apply to your project. X Academic excursion/ Cultural activity II Course 3 Homestays/ Student housing Local societal debate, event or trauma 3 Community service _ Pre—departure/ re—entry THE BASICS Objectives/ learning outcomes: Ex, Life skills, cultural awareness, heritage — Io1z242aiaL: cL_. lac= ¢ta. .e<; cn-_&co.12,. _ -I£2‘uL§. lY'L23.S_ - _ Scale of project: Ex. Modest, one-time event — Thematic thread, weaved through the duration of a long term program (4+ months) — Weekly course - Estimated number of Contact hours L . o.. L -. L,, .,eu«. .._ 7.. " ‘J1/mg, Y_. Qf£cam¢Aok Resources: Ex. Networl<(s}, local officials/ community groups, budget THE DETAILS Project outline: Panfijkf ‘Dwrud ___ooseL CL‘/ la: za. sLrLv; x>-, c.aL xficgif ___ >A (35 , . jg tem. may 2 . « _ c I Z 21$ _}%_
  4. 4. Participant preparation: Ex. training, readings, etc. How do you plan on ‘‘selling’' the project to Millennials? To other generations? How will you assess student progression toward objectives/ learning outcomes? Ex. Presentation, research project, final paper THE CONCLUSIONS How will you evaluate if the project is successful (consider both age groups)? How can students present the life skills learned during the intergenerational experience to a future employer or in a graduate school application? How does this intergenerational project contribute to the home school/ provider's mission/ image, etc. What could go wrong with this project? What can you do to prevent that?
  5. 5. Stimulating lntergenerationality: Millennials in Europe Lisa Fleury & Laura Raynaud CIEE Annual Conference: The Reinvention of Study Abroad — Berlin, November 4-7, 2015 Use this sheet to develop your intergenerational project. Provide as much information as you wish, and feel free to skip any sections that do not apply to your project. I) Academic excursion/ Cultural activity E Course I: Homestays/ Student housing 1: Local societal debate, event or trauma El Community service E Pre—departure/ re—entry THE BASICS Objectives/ learning outcomes: Ex. Life skills, cultural awareness, heritage — Scale of project: Ex. Modest, one-time eventv Thematic thread, weaved through the duration of a long term program (44 months) 7 Weekly course — Estimated number of contact hours _Z/ _ZZOa£5.l/ £/ . L . «c’/ .QLZ§7[4-_ r2.. a._ Cb’ Resources: Ex. Networl<{s), local officials/ community groups, budget ‘ gixffléi/ fig W’ i0 F i) . ~,x, ... :,/ .2 z . ~ . .56/ax‘ . /2’. . _“ THE 051:? ‘M 3 If &/ I 1% Project utline: fl) .0/lri/ CCA maégflz, /€13) ‘ . .. // §.. _ . . if fig 4{Z9r: )2QO4a,4'; /Z]? yjjyé, /¢; ,r4.g; La/7[__ 20%/ r//4’ , . M. ’ / X.--/ ‘r2._ - / Mffa; /* flv 5%/4254.5» [«_i€. - / Z / .3 , . / /I / '1/4/_zzz_. _ 526;)
  6. 6. Participant preparation: Ex. training, readings, etc. How do you plan on "selling" the project to Millennials? To other generations? 5// ~z. flaw: l{fl.1.. _JZ0__/ L(_l. _?*; _@44.‘<”}__. /L/ ..? __§f/ Zia/ Cg‘. <Zé/3 How will you assess student progression toward objectives/ learning outcomes? Ex. Presentation, research project, final paper THE CONCLUSIONS How will you evaluate if the project is successful (consider both age groups)? How can students present the life skills learned during the intergenerational experience to a future employer or in a graduate school application? How does this intergenerational project contribute to the home school/ provider's mission/ image, etc. What could go wrong with this project? What can you do to prevent that?
  7. 7. Stimulating lntergenerationality: Millennials in Europe Lisa Fleury & Laura Raynaud CIEE Annual Conference: The Reinvention of Study Abroad — Berlin, November 4-7, 2015 Use this sheet to develop your intergenerational project. Provide as much information as you wish, and feel free to skip any sections that do not apply to your project. Academic excursion/ Cultural activity Course Homestays/ Student housing :1 Local societal debate, event or trauma «I; Community service Pre—departure/ re—entry THE BASICS Objectives/ learning outcomes: Ex. Life skills, cultural awareness, heritage -- . v>cA/ sui/ >«u3 T. e»uwML lw. wv%l>€’<? fib.5e, I?@. eg.6D, .)_ -«.19.. /~’ pg. 6420.14. }. -L4¢>c. ,«. >_. T12- 6&7") C-'21‘; (sofa TTES T W5 , I>“9”76.L$§>l7_. ._. §_3{3.5.§>___QC3._! L<>t124+4A| L? . _ ______ _ Scale of project: Ex. Modest, one-time eve-nt— Thematic thread, weaved through the duration of a long term program (44 months) — Weekly course — Estimat d number of contact hours __l; l___T1 ( o. o<x>. . Leraaee S Etta)/ ../ L . .@sT 7 Resources: ‘ h v (Mag (L§<JP§_5 ‘fixoxzj Ex. Networl<{s), local officials/ community groups, budget SUJOSVLJ/ C/Q ( : -LJu>_si: _:F‘. H;. _'L>_3.7I THE DETAILS Project outline: ‘ I C(x>’/ {AK Ct/ ‘"= °3“-es u. )l‘("<-K tlwbwyé 'i2>At<44 s~L’: L& mos I
  8. 8. Participant preparation: Ex. training, readings, etc. How do you plan on “selling" the project to Millennials? To other generations? . i_». _<. >.. .._. s«<4i2.y. e<: u_{. ' €Dg> How will you assess student progression toward objectives/ learning outcomes? Ex. Presentation, research project, final paper THE CONCLUSIONS How will you evaluate if the project is successful (consider both age groups)? How can students present the life skills learned during the intergenerational experience to a future employer or in a graduate school application? How does this intergenerational project contribute to the home school/ provider's mission/ image, etc. What could go wrong with this project? What can you do to prevent that?
  9. 9. Stimulating lntergenerationality: Millennials in Europe Lisa Fleury 8. Laura Raynaud CIEE Annual Conference: The Reinvention of Study Abroad — Berlin, November 4-7, 2015 Use this sheet to develop your intergenerational project. Provide as much information as you wish, and feel free to skip any sections that do not apply to your project. :1 Academic excursion/ Cultural activity _ Course E Homestays/ Student housing Local societal debate, event or trauma D Community service 3 Pre—departure/ re—entry THE BASICS Objectives/ learning outcomes: Ex. Life skills, cultural awareness, heritage — Scale of project: Ex. Modest, one-time event — Thematic thread, weaved through the duration of a long term program (44 months) ~- Weekly course - Estimated numbe/ rof contact hours X5 . .s>_m. .A,2_2L. Lw1vp_~. L3’§r1 - Qé, _a-. S{l4¢, ~'§a. Resources: Ex. Ne{work(s), local off'cials/ community groups, budget . ¢"n»~V~ U ”‘ raga 0*’‘5:‘-6vV€. rs (-0 V __ UV. .- __ _ j I . _1x. g,; .. W 9~’ _(4.1L/ A9s. .’ . _ (be-1v_s_. . /.53.. ._a THE DETAILS Project outline: : wQ¢ ”‘“&. . Oflcforiliig ‘ 5IAcJbvs. Lcs I ? <. .i. Z"“. i,f’§. T:“‘Z‘f. Z’; ..
  10. 10. Participant preparation: Ex. training, readings, etc. — - F, gga. I‘J&_, ooYM‘/ IELKV Sjvxlzfié tlomlajasw, 6|; LV_ Llfhyxcg/ ; ,,. ;i; LQ_. l.0‘ Ck <5I’Qg_u, _ ‘:0 I ggf ‘ 5 W6 fl émwg IQLCEAJAA/ g How do you plan on “selling” the project to Millennials? To other generations? 5 . _s, .r1_- 5Qy¢_. C—° : How will you assess student progression toward objectives/ learning outcomes? I-. x. Presentation, research project, final paper THE CONCLUSIONS How will you evaluate if the project is successful (consider both age groups)? How can students present the life skills learned during the intergenerational experience to a future employer or in a graduate school application? How does this intergenerational project contribute to the home school/ provider's mission/ image, etc. What could go wrong with this project? What can you do to prevent that?

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