The Smart Planet series seeks out stories from educators and organizations (around the world) addressing social justice, civil rights and equity. Find out how leaders are teaching in light of these new challenges. Move beyond collection of resources to actually doing.
At a time when global issues seem closer to home than ever before, we’ve been grateful for the opportunity to spend a week looking at how we can help our students develop cultural competencies. Here are 21 resources to fuel continued thought and effort.
By: Cleary Vaughan-Lee. How integrating stories of migration, climate change and language loss, can create real context and global-to-local connections for students.
Today marks the beginning of International Education Week (IEW), and all week long we will be sharing blogs and featuring voices of educators leading the international education charge. Learn more about what to expect here.
Our job as educators is to prepare the next generation of global citizens to consider and value a diversity of perspectives, communicate effectively and take action. Where to start?
Global learning and social and emotional learning (SEL) are two increasingly important concepts in education. Individually, both of these concepts are terrific--but coupled together they can make for a deeply powerful learning experience for students.
Students, teachers and organizations across the world are celebrating Global Collaboration Day today. Here are three ways you can also participate in this virtual event.
By: Craig Pines. More and more international students are coming to America to attend high school. What can schools and teachers do to support them and make sure they're happy and successful?