The Franco-American Teachers-in-Training Institute (FATITI) is an international teacher exchange program designed to explore the evolution of education's best practices, social and education policy and the political institutions of schooling from a comparative lens. It is funded by the U.S. Department of State in collaboration with the Franco-American Commission for Educational Exchange (Fulbright Commission) and the French Ministry of Education. French and American teachers-in-training participate in a seminar examining history, language, culture, education and politics, followed by a teaching practicum.
Franco-American Teachers-in-Training Institute (FATITI)
Susan Colville-Hall, Ph.D.
Sandra Spickard Prettyman, Ph.D.
Maria Adamowicz-Hariasz, Ph.D.
College of Education
The University of Akron
Akron, OH 44325-4205
Fax: (330) 972-5209
About the Program
Materials for the U.S. teachers-in-training traveling to France in Fall 2011.
Materials for the French teachers-in-training traveling to Akron in Spring 2011.
Information about mentoring a teacher-in-training from France.
Interested in hosting a teacher-in-training from France into your home for a short-term stay? Find out the details here!