How can schools develop their students' skills via social networks by making them travel?

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How can schools develop their students' skills via social networks by making them travel? by Mind Map: How can schools develop their students' skills via social networks by making them travel?

1. Develop your skills

1.1. Research and planning

1.1.1. Itinerary Cheapest option Safest option Fastest option

1.1.2. Currency exchange

1.1.3. Budgets

1.1.4. Places to visit

1.1.5. Time management

1.2. Adaptability

1.2.1. To a new culture

1.2.2. To the unexpected Political unrest Risk of natural disaster

1.2.3. To live far from your relatives

1.3. Networking

1.3.1. Meet people of different social classes than the people you usually meet

1.3.2. Meet people with different ideas than the people you usually meet

1.3.3. Meet people with different histories than the people you usually meet

1.3.4. Meet people with different aims than the people you usually meet

1.4. Empathy

1.4.1. Understand new ways of seeing things Politically Culturally Historically Humoristically

1.4.2. Imagine new business possibilities New business practices Different cultural business practices

1.5. To Communicate

1.5.1. With people with another body language culture

1.5.2. With people with another language New idiomatic expressions Local/regional languages

1.5.3. With people with different accents

2. Travelling

2.1. The type of travel

2.1.1. Academic exchanges

2.1.2. Internship abroad

2.1.3. Volonteering

2.1.4. Personal travel

2.1.5. Virtual travel thanks to the VR technology Visit the whole world thanks to Google Earth VR Discover another planet thanks to NASA's Mars 2030 Visit leading museums of the world thanks to Boulevard Climb the mount Everest (even its summit!) thanks to Everest VR

2.2. The place

2.2.1. Location A country with a similar culture A country with a totally different culture

2.2.2. Accomodation Rent a flat Hotel Couchsurfing

3. School

3.1. Schools' characteristics

3.1.1. Degree level Associate degree Bachelor's degree Master's degree Doctoral degree

3.1.2. Subject studied Business Dental Design Divinity Education Engeneering Law Medical Arts

3.2. Methods

3.2.1. Traditional methods Books Learn by heart Recitations

3.2.2. Modern way of learning Learning thanks to app Memrize Duolingo Peer learning (such as WAP) Design-based learning Inverted classrooms e-Learning

3.2.3. Other cultures' ways of learning The Finnish way : no grades until 10s -= No academic pressure Singapore math method Netherlands : using iPads to learn

3.3. Externalities

3.3.1. Positive A more mature student A more open student A more curious student

3.3.2. Negative A bored student who still thinks to when he was abroad A student who does not come back as he felt so well abroad (he/she might have found love such as a former French president...)

4. Social Networks

4.1. to share and inspire

4.1.1. work experience Linkedin

4.1.2. life experience media Instagram Snapchat Youtube Pinterest anecdotes Facebook Twitter blogging Medium Trumblr

4.2. to learn a new culture

4.2.1. thanks to an app Busuu Babbel

4.2.2. thanks to the food Yelp Trip Advisor Zomato

4.2.3. thanks to people Tinder Badoo

4.3. to communicate

4.3.1. WhatsApp

4.3.2. Messenger

4.3.3. Skype

4.3.4. Telegram

4.3.5. WeChat