Study Global Deaf Awareness in Mexico

Aligns with Deaf Education and ASLEI majors, but all with an interest are welcome to apply!
Location: Mexico
Time: Summer May 18 - 31, 2020

Course Information

  • Course: SPED 4 / 50093 
  • Eligibility: prereq SPED 4/53309 Introduction to Deaf Studies
  • No. of Credits: 3 credits
  • Instructor: Dr. Karen Kritzer (kkritzer@kent.edu)

Program Overview

  • This course provides participants with an opportunity to be immersed in Mexican culture for 10 days 
  • Participants will interact with the students and teachers at a school for the deaf, take a class in Mexican Sign Language, and have the opportunity to engage in tutoring/teaching with students of all ages 
  • There will also be ample time to explore beautiful scenery, visit historical sites, and shop like a local

Tentative Activities

  • Interact with the students, teachers, and staff at a school for the deaf in San Miguel de Allende
  • Explore beautiful San Miguel
  • Visit ancient Mexican pyramids and absorb local culture
  • Shop at a glass factory run by individuals with special needs

To Apply 

Online Application 

Deadline: December 1, 2019

Fee: $60.00 to fill out the online application

Informational Meeting Times          

September 19     3:00 pm     217 White Hall

October 1           1:00 pm     200 White Hall

October 18       10:00 am   200 White Hall

For more information contact Rose Onders at ronders@kent.edu (ph: 330-672-0564) or visit the Center for International & Intercultural Education 215 White Hall