Saturday, September 19, 2020

Incorporating Global Competency into your Classroom

By Ariel Tichnor-Wagner and Hillary Parkhouse Why does this matter? If there's one question that teachers should be able...

Reclaiming soft skills

By Sean Slade and Phil Lambert We, like many others in the fields of education, youth development, social, emotional,...

What English Learners Need: ELD Materials that Teach English

Written by Susana Dutro and Raquel Mendia Núñez  English learners deserve student-centered instruction grounded in strong pedagogy and robust language learning. Title III requirements and ethical...

Teaching Soft Skills for the Global Economy: Start Small

Why Global? When Google originally started hiring, they looked for graduates from top American computer science programs – people with hard skills. Over the years,...
Rigor Relevance and Respect

Rigor, Relevance, and Respect: 3 Reasons Why You Should Think Globally While Teaching Locally

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This week marks International Education Week, an annual initiative led by the U.S. Department of State and U.S. Department of Education to encourage programs...
3 Tips for Intentionally Integrating Global Education in the Classroom: An English Teacher’s Perspective

3 Tips for Intentionally Integrating Global Education in the Classroom: An English Teacher’s Perspective

I recall a time when in my middle school English classroom, I used the term “current events” when teaching students about the world. I...

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