... the strategic document is another step forward from the US government in advancing the idea that ALL young people should experience international collaboration as part of their education. And, the commitment by the US Department of Education to “walk the talk” and collaborate closely with their peers globally is important.
The K-12 Global Education Symposium 2012: Global Issues and Global Solutions in University of North Carolina in Chapel Hill, North Carolina, October 24-25, 2012.
Co-sponsored by the NC State Board of Education and the Department of Public Instruction, the 2012 K-12 Global Education Symposium addresses a vital topic for all 21st century educators: Global Issues and Global Solutions. This symposium offers general and concurrent sessions examining the world’s most pressing challenges and resources for integrating global themes across the curriculum.
As classrooms, school hallways and homes across the country are decorated and buzzing in the spirit of Halloween (October 31st, 2012), what better time to reflect on the origins of the day and engage your students in storytelling and research as part of a global project while their motivation and excitement is dizzying?
U.S. Department of State’s Bureau of Educational and Cultural Affairs announced today the launch of the 2012 – 2013 Global Connections 2.0 Program, a virtual exchange program for teachers and students from the United States and 19 countries from the Middle East and North Africa.
Through Global Connections 2.0, teachers and students in the Middle East and North Africa will expand their computer literacy skills, gain a deeper understanding of other countries’ cultures, and develop their leadership skills, giving them tools to make a difference in their home communities. In partnership with the International Education and Resource Network (iEARN), this program empowers youth to use technology and online collaboration to address global challenges and engage in dialogue with the international community.
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