Forum has curated a list of fun activities for you and your students to celebrate Hispanic Heritage Month, which runs from September 15th to October 15th .
Students create a promotional video to showcase their city/region for a school exchange.
As we continue to closely monitor the Coronavirus (COVID-19) and its potential impact on travel, we want to share with you how our team is responding and preparing for each potential scenario that could arise.
This past fall, William Fremd High School (Palatine, IL) hosted students and educators from Spain and China. Here’s an article about their experience.
French Class Activity: Students will participate in a listening exercise by filling in the missing lyrics of a French Canadian pop song.
Here are some tips for teachers that are organizing an exchange program at their school.
Students will discuss the response to the banning of cell phones in French schools one year after the ban was introduced.
Students will watch each music video of the five Spanish nominees to “Best Spanish Artist” at the MTV Europe Music Awards and then cast their vote.
See Costa Rica’s best service learning sites for high school groups traveling in 2020.
Find out which Paris sites it’s worth the cost of a guided tour and which places you can explore on your own.
Local guide Maribel shows Spanish teachers and students local Catalonian traditions to experience in Barcelona.
Host mock elections in Spanish class for the EU Parliament following this activity guide.
A Spanish teacher shares why a homestay abroad is the most valuable experience for her middle school students.
Local guide Étienne shows high school students the essence of his hometown during carnival season.
Using lesser-known stories of historical figures, Emma opens her students’ eyes to life in Old Paris.
Local guide Monia reveals the best on-site tours for high school students in Paris.
Host mom and mother of three shares the joys and surprises of hosting American students at her beachside home for nearly two decades.
Host mom Nina introduces American students to local customs while playing host in her Málaga, Spain home.
Spanish teacher, Doug T., shares his experience switching from organizing an immersion independently to working with Forum.
A French teacher shares how his school’s 20-year-old exchange partnership impacts the lives of his students.