Date of Award
Doctor of Education
Counseling, Foundations & Leadership
Michael D. Richardson
People have been traveling internationally for hundreds of years seeking enlightenment. There is a plethora of research to discuss how travel has impacted them. However, travel research is lacking where the educational impacts on the educational experiences of teachers are concerned. The purpose of this study was to offer empirical evidence on whether the international travel outcomes appear to be a function of traveling abroad, according to teacher perception. Eleven teachers were interviewed using a semi-structured format. They were questioned concerning the effects of international travel on their personal and professional lives. The researcher analyzed the data by transcribing the interviews and then coding them to discover common themes expressed in the interviews. The findings indicated that international travel resulted in travel outcomes to varying levels among the participants. Educational institutions and the travel industry can use these findings to further enhance the educational experiences encountered while traveling abroad. to further enhance the educational experiences encountered while traveling abroad.
Green, Michael Dale, "A Descriptive Study of Teacher Perceptions of International Travel Outcomes" (2019). Theses and Dissertations. 325.