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ACHIEVE ACADEMICALLY

Achieve Academically is the companion to Engage Globally. Students learn best when book work is combined with experiential learning. The WeShare Platform through EFTours allows students and leaders to acquire educational credit while traveling abroad. WeShare is a digital learning space that encourages students to capitalize on their own skills while exploring topics or issues of interest to them. The guided learning model allows them to compile information before, during and after their time abroad for the culmination of a post-tour project. To learn more about the process by which credit is earned please see the descriptions below.

WeShare is fully acredited. EF courses are aligned with National Social Studies Standards (NCSS), 21st Century Skills (P21), Standards for Foreign Language Learning (ACTFL), Common Core State Standards for English Language Arts and Literacy in History/Social Studies and the EdSteps Global Competency Matrix.

  • Increase awareness of global perspectives.
  • Foster appreciation for different cultures.
  • Strengthen new language skills.
  • See curriculum come to life.
  • Sharpen skills like critical thinking, problem solving, communication, collaboration and global competence in a global setting.
  • Develop leadership skills to successfully navigate new experiences with confidence.

.Earning High School Credit

Students can receive an official transcript for their completed work that they may submit to their school for transfer credit, or attach separately to an application or resume. Please check with your school district or supervisor regarding their policy for accepting transfer credit for students.

EF courses are aligned with National Social Studies Standards (NCSS), 21st Century Skills (P21), Standards for Foreign Language Learning (ACTFL), Common Core State Standards for English Language Arts and Literacy in History/Social Studies and the EdSteps Global Competency Matrix.

Students have two options for earning high school credit with EF:

1. Global Studies: Online Learning

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EF has developed an online course that combines pre-tour planning and research with on-tour learning and a post-tour creative project. By completing their coursework using weShare—EF’s digital learning space—students can earn 0.5 elective credits. weShare guides students to develop projects that reflect their own personal interests and strengths, and their work is published online in the project gallery.

Eligibility 
Students taking an EF tour in grades 7-12 are eligible for credit.

Credit
Successful course completion based on the rubric will earn students 0.5 elective high school credits. Grading, credit and transcripts are provided through EF. If an official high school transcript is required, please email weShare@ef.com

Cost 
Tuition is free and there are no fees.

2. Global Connections: Independent Study

Course details
Students follow a course workbook that prompts them to explore how the world is interconnected. In the event a teacher cannot grade a student’s work, students may submit their completed work to EF to be graded. EF will send transcripts approximately 4-8 weeks after work has been submitted.

Eligibility 
Students taking an EF tour in grades 7-12 are eligible for credit.

Credit 
Successful course completion will earn students 1.0 elective high school credit. Grading, credit and transcripts are provided through EF.

Cost 
Tuition is free and there are no fees.

Earning University Credit

Students have the following option for earning university credit through EF:

Eastern Oregon University’s Humanities 104: Global Perspectives Online Course

Course details
Through EF’s partnership with Eastern Oregon University (EOU), students can earn credit by signing up for Humanities 104: Global Perspectives. In this course, students receive one-on-one instruction from university professors to complete a series of assignments that focus on research, data collection and topic development. The course culminates with a final project that allows students to demonstrate a greater awareness of their global community. Projects are completed using weShare, EF’s digital learning space.

Interested students should contact weShare@ef.com with their EF customer number to receive registration information. All coursework and instructions will be available through EOU’s website.

Eligibility
Students taking an EF tour in grades 9-12 are eligible for credit. Students must enroll in this option no later than 21 days prior to departure.

Credit
Successful course completion will earn students 3.0 university humanities credits issued by EOU, which has been accredited by the Northwest Commission on Colleges and Universities since 1931.

Cost
EF has negotiated a special rate with Eastern Oregon University. For the most current pricing, please contact EOU. In past years, the cost has been approximately $300 for 3.0 university credits.

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