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  • Tips for Guardians: Guardians: Indiana University Honors Program in Foreign Languages for High School Students: Indiana University
    Contact Us About Our Office Contact Us History of the IUHPFL Staff Employment Opportunities Archives Document Library In the News Guardians IUHPFL Guardians Tips for Guardians Guide to Study Abroad Tips for Guardians Applying to the Program Pre Departure During the Program Post Program Guardian Stories How Students Change As Seen from an Instructor s Perspective The word I hear the most at the end of the program is independence I don t really think that the students are aware of how much more independent they become Tips for Guardians Over the past few years and with increased communication abilities via phone Skype and blogs it has become clear that guardians often struggle with the separation from their sons and daughters As a society we have become used to keeping tabs on everyone at a moment s notice Being separated by thousands of miles with highly limited communication is therefore often difficult to accept The Honor Code and strict language immersion were essential for quality learning to occur My child came back a changed person She s taking on a leading role now in her high school classroom which is a split year 3 4 5 class Based on her experiences over the summer she s making suggestions to the teacher about activities and exercises the fifth year students could do Parent of IUHPFL student Summer 2011 taken from anonymous parent satisfaction survey However in order for each student to gain the most from his her experience this limited communication is a must Only if the student is able to disconnect from his country family and language can s he truly immerse In 1962 communication overseas was cumbersome and expensive Still students thrived then as they do now If left to develop and sometimes struggle a bit IUHPFL students will

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  • Guardian Stories: Guardians: Indiana University Honors Program in Foreign Languages for High School Students: Indiana University
    the News Guardians IUHPFL Guardians Guardian Stories Guide to Study Abroad Tips for Guardians Guardian Stories Guardian Stories Guardians are often amazed that their students returning home after seven weeks of study abroad have changed in ways big and small At first students may struggle with reverse culture shock or address their family in the foreign language Once the initial readjustment is made guardians find that their sons and daughters have matured Guardians are invited to read firsthand accounts about some of the impressions and experiences below Testimonials We were apprehensive about the IUHPFL study abroad experience However as we went through the process of addressing our concerns it became apparent those involved with the program truly understand the importance of making sure students are safe and getting as much as they can from the program The value of the program is absolute when seeing the results compared to the cost We recommend the experience Douglas Gee It may sound cliché but I did not recognize my daughter when she came home This confident clone who could barely speak English was more mature and more self directed than the shy introvert we left crying in the security line at O

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  • Contact Us: About Our Office: Indiana University Honors Program in Foreign Languages for High School Students: Indiana University
    for Guardians Guardian Stories Contact Us About Our Office Contact Us History of the IUHPFL Staff Employment Opportunities Archives Document Library In the News About Our Office IUHPFL About Our Office Contact Us Contact Us History of the IUHPFL Staff Employment Opportunities Archives Document Library In the News Events There are no events at this time Alumni Stories Jody Tzucker right Krefeld 1968 Just got back from a visit to Germany and a special visit with my host mother and sister after 43 years Many of you may recognize Frau Zekorn from your years with the Sommerakademie in Krefeld Contact Us The IUHPFL office staff is comprised of four employees and three interns We can be reached via phone or e mail during working hours and will do our best to respond to your inquiries in a timely manner Office Hours Mon Fri 8 a m 5 p m The IUHPFL office closes Saturdays and Sundays and all major holidays The office closes between 12 24 and 12 31 each year E mail Phone 812 855 5241 Denise Humphries Administrative Coordinator 812 855 7957 Loni Dishong Managing Director 812 856 2123 Amy Dowell Program Coordinator 812 856 0623 Cheryl Jeffers

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  • About Our Office: Indiana University Honors Program in Foreign Languages for High School Students: Indiana University
    Students Deadlines Acceptance Materials Medical Insurance Orientation Travel Information Post Program Teachers Counselors Benefits of Participation Promote the IUHPFL Program Schedule Program Updates Teacher Resources New China Program Alumni Friends Post Program In Your Voice Connect Give Back Newsletter Become an Ambassador Guardians Guide to Study Abroad Tips for Guardians Guardian Stories Contact Us About Our Office Contact Us History of the IUHPFL Staff Employment Opportunities Archives Document Library In the News About Our Office IUHPFL About Our Office Contact Us History of the IUHPFL Staff Employment Opportunities Archives Document Library In the News Leo R Dowling International Center The IUHPFL office is located on the third floor 111 South Jordan Ave Bloomington As an international program the IUHPFL office is located in the Leo R Dowling International Building a former sorority house on Jordan Avenue right across the Indiana University Musical Arts Center MAC The IUHPFL office is located on the third floor of the International Center The first two floors are occupied by the Office of Overseas Study We always enjoy welcoming alumni students guardians and friends of the program in our office however we encourage them to e mail or call before making a visit Since two

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  • History of the IUHPFL: About Our Office: Indiana University Honors Program in Foreign Languages for High School Students: Indiana University
    create immersion programs abroad for high school students The goal of the new programs as described by Professor Simmons was the total immersion of talented high school students in a host culture and the development of their linguistic skills in the corresponding foreign languages of said host culture Initially three program sites were chosen St Brieuc in France Trier in Germany and Oaxaca in Mexico Over time the program has expanded significantly increasing in numbers and moving into the Iberian Peninsula to Spain Austria The program in Austria began in 2015 in Graz the first German speaking program in Austria as well as the newest program site Graz is located in the southeastern Austrian state of Styria Chile The program in Chile began in 2014 in Viña del Mar our first program in South America and newest Spanish speaking site Viña del Mar is located in central Chile in the Valparaíso China The program in China began in 2014 in the city of Hangzhou China located in the Yangtze River delta France The program in France began in 1962 with a site in the city of St Brieuc in the region of Brittany the St Brieuc program site has been maintained until this day A second city was established in 1994 in the same region of France the city of Brest Brest also remains a current program site Due to the increasing number of high school French students applying to the program a third site was established in Saumur in the Loire valley in 2010 Germany The program in Germany began in 1962 in Trier and moved to Krefeld a city along the Rhinenear Düsseldorf and Cologne in 1964 where it remained for 50 years until 2014 Summer of 2015 the new German speaking program site took place in Graz

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  • Staff: About Our Office: Indiana University Honors Program in Foreign Languages for High School Students: Indiana University
    Schedule Program Updates Teacher Resources New China Program Alumni Friends Post Program In Your Voice Connect Give Back Newsletter Become an Ambassador Guardians Guide to Study Abroad Tips for Guardians Guardian Stories Contact Us About Our Office Contact Us History of the IUHPFL Staff Employment Opportunities Archives Document Library In the News About Our Office IUHPFL About Our Office Staff Contact Us History of the IUHPFL Staff Employment Opportunities Archives

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  • Employment Opportunities: About Our Office: Indiana University Honors Program in Foreign Languages for High School Students: Indiana University
    Contact Us History of the IUHPFL Staff Employment Opportunities Archives Document Library In the News How Teaching for the IUHPFL Changes Careers The Honors Program has definitely impacted my professional life I was always passionate about teaching language classes Longtime IUHPFL Spanish instructor Israel Herrera is elected to serve on the Board of the European Association of Teachers of Spanish Employment Opportunities The IUHPFL begins recruitment for teaching staff for its summer programs in Austria Chile China France Mexico and Spain every fall for the next summer Instructors The role of an instructor during the program is complex and demanding For greater clarity the IUHPFL assembled a job description which should provide applicants with a solid understanding before they apply Résumés and cover letters are due to the IUHPFL office by October 2 2015 and should be submitted to iuhpfl iu edu Every year more than 40 instructors three to four per site are selected to accompany groups of students abroad teach and support them during their stay Instructors play a vital role in enabling students to immerse themselves into the culture and language References and Application Individuals providing references for prospective IUHPFL instructors are required to use the IUHPFL Reference Form Individuals must also complete a brief one page Instructor Application The IUHPFL requires the application and a minimum of two references due to the IUHPFL office by October 30 2015 For Indiana High School teachers references should be from 1 School principal familiar with applicant s teaching and leadership abilities and 2 A colleague familiar with applicant s work ethic teaching ability to work with students etc For Indiana University non tenure track Faculty and Grad Students references should be from 1 A professor in an area of academic focus and 2 Another professor familiar with applicant s

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  • Archives: About Our Office: Indiana University Honors Program in Foreign Languages for High School Students: Indiana University
    Our Office Archives Contact Us History of the IUHPFL Staff Employment Opportunities Archives Photo Contests Blogs In the Media Videos and Clips Document Library In the News Archives Throughout each year news about the IUHPFL can be found in Indiana newspapers newsletters and online In most countries IUHPFL students also land in foreign news in print and online In this section visitors may browse for archived information including blogs photos and news Anniversaries 2012 50 Years of the IUHPFL In 2012 the IUHPFL celebrated its 50 th anniversary To share these memories alumni from 1962 to 2012 gathered on the IUPUI campus in Indianapolis The event included a reception dinner and silent auction on Friday evening and a full days of workshops panels and networking opportunities on Saturday On Saturday teachers instructors and fellow classmates told stories shared photos and mementos and engaged in discussions about the future of IUHPFL forming an alumni association and creating a scholarship fund In addition alumni were able to meet after hours and on Sunday in Indianapolis and the vicinity of Nashville Ind The event was moving and exciting at the same time Many alumni who hadn t seen each other in years found

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