There’s no denying Disney’s cultural impact on the world. Ever since Walt Disney created Mickey Mouse in 1928, countless cultures around the globe have come to recognize the three-circled Disney icon. A smaller facet of Disney’s cultural impact that not many know about is an international program known as Disney English, a division of Disney Publishing through which Cast Members teach English language courses (utilizing some Disney magic) to students in various countries. In this Imagineer Podcast episode, I chat with Daniel Morris, a former Disney English Cast Member and author of the book, Teaching with Disney: A Memoir of Disney English, about his experiences with this part of the organization.
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Special thanks to Daniel Morris for being my special guest for this episode! If you’d like to learn more about his book, please visit http://themeparkpress.com/books/teaching-disney.htm.
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