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.
Global and cultural competencies are going to become increasingly important as the world continues to globalize. What can teachers do? Here, we share the story of a teacher who brought global collaboration to her music classroom.
By: Erin Dowd. Changing the culture of a classroom or school happens in small steps with intentionality, each day with a shift in motivation from data points to culture to building new habits for ourselves and for our students.
There’s an unmet global demand for access to high-quality education. Learn more from this infographic about next steps for connecting high-achieving school networks globally and ultimately improving student outcomes everywhere.
By: Ryan Findley. Amongst a myriad of independent schools cropping up around the world, one of the most interesting trends has been the coalescence around two common threads: leadership and entrepreneurship.
We surveyed global education leaders from a variety of schools and districts around how to cultivate global competencies. Here are our favorite responses, as well as more on how to join this Smart Planet conversation.