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"Everything is new here to me," says Jihyang Park.
Park and Kim traveled all the way from South Korea to Abilene, Texas to learn more about American students and how they are taught.
So to do that, they sat in on some classes, spoke with English as Second Language teachers, and gave presentations, but the kids also walked away with a new found perspective.
McMurry University's School of Education Dean, Perry Haley Brown says, "I think one of the big things that our students walk away from this experience with is the fact that they learn first hand from teachers who are in the Korean culture and it gives them an added dimension that they wouldn't have otherwise."
Today the two teachers taught the 5th grade magnet school about Korean culture and learned more about life for American children.
Park says, "The kids are studying very hard. I thought maybe American students they do not study that much."
Through her experience she is realizing that is far from the truth.
"It wasn't very true. The kids are very well behaved and they study very hard and they learn how to speak well," she says.
That is something you do not generally find in a Hollywood film.
"That's why I am recording every presentation and I'm trying to take pictures of everything," says Park.
She used her iPhone to record answers to popular questions that would inform foreigners of American culture.
She will use the recorded videos to better explain American learning and culture to her students in Korea.