Dr. Brad Maguth has designed, led, and consulted on a host of study abroad and global experiential learning opportunities for educators (K-12 and higher education). Experiences are designed to employ expeditionary learning techniques that focus on preparing participants for life in an increasingly multicultural and interconnected world (Fisher, Mazurkiewicz, Kellan, & Preslan). Educators are prepared through meaningful pre-trip sessions to reflect on the intersection of culture, language, and history. Interactive sessions embed critical readings of primary sources, digital applications and software, testimony from community speakers and activists, and community building. Once outside of the U.S., learners engage in local field research, conduct community service projects, construct digital stories, and engage in interviews/interactions with diverse local populations. The curriculum is situated to help participants engaged in cross-cultural interactions, with a focus on promoting perspective consciousness, or, to look at past or present events and issues through the cultural lenses of other people and explore the diversity of perspectives that exist within societies (Merryfield, 2005).