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International Leaders in Education Program (ILEP)

  • The Office of International Education and the College of Education and Communications hosts secondary teaching fellows through the International Leaders in Education Program.

    Funded by the U.S. Department of State and administered by IREX, this program offers these talented educators an enriching cultural exchange. Fellows audit graduate and undergraduate courses, participate in field excursions to public schools in Indiana and Pittsburgh, and create professional development modules to enhance their home countries' educational systems.

    International Leaders in Education Program 2017

    Top Left: Bhupinder Singh (India), Gurpreet Singh (India), Mouhamadou Traore (Senegal), Mamadou Diallo (Senegal), Davies Adoga (Kenya), Philemon Kimutai (Kenya), Zineb Moussafir (Morocco), Waseem Aziz (India), Ahlam Lamjahdi (Morocco), Mansour Ndiaye (Senegal), Rachel Rendon (Philippines), Calvin Mikeng (Malaysia), Gicelma Xavier (Brazil), Albertina Moraes (Brazil), Rachel Schiera (ILEP Team), Teo Ham (Malaysia), Anna Cabanilla (Philippines)
    Bottom Left: Liz Ghate, Lloyd Onyett, Laura Strong, Lara Luetkehans, Michele Petrucci, Mike Rieg

    Petrucci, Philemon, Zineb, and Rendon

    Petrucci, Philemon, Zineb, and Rendon create a spaghetti and marshmallow tower as a team building exercise.

    Taking in the breathtaking view from Mount Washington

    Photo: Taking in the breathtaking view from Mount Washington

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    Photo: College of Education Graduation Ceremony in Zink Hall

    2016 Fellow Lian from Malaysia gives a professional development module about differentiated instruction.

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