IU School of Education faculty, students and local teachers traveled to India this summer to teach a three-week academic literacy course to college students living in Delhi. While there, they worked with six different universities and served more than 60 students.
“Students were engaged from day one,” said Clinical Associate Professor Sharon Daley. “They openly discussed difficult issues and thought critically about many aspects of those issues. They worked together to develop arguments and counter arguments for a chosen audience, and their intelligence and willingness to debate their points of view contributed to their learning.”