Looking for ways to help students appreciate cultural diversity, build awareness about global issues, and develop global competence? Explore these resources for ideas on bringing global dimensions into the classroom.
Weil, co-founder and president of the Institute for Humane Education, offers two strategies to help students become conscientious about and connected to the global problems they'll one day be called upon to solve.
Traveler, teacher, and speaker Carter introduces three web-based platforms for connecting classrooms around the world, which he calls the first step in the hands-on communication and collaboration of global citizenship.
Teaching your students about poverty and hunger can be a powerful experience for them. VideoAmy shares a series of videos that explore the issues encountered by four college students who lived on one dollar per day in Guatemala.
The John Stanford International School has been a model for developing global-awareness curricula. Now they've expanded their lessons to teach students how to take action to help others. Read all about the research, and explore resources and downloads related to this school’s efforts.
Tavangar identifies Earth Day as a celebration of global learning and offers collaborative STEM activities relating to water, climate and agriculture from diverse organizations such as NASA, iEARN and the Peace Corps.
This post, the second in an Edutopia blog series about developing 21st-century skills through project-based learning, takes a look at a real-world project that has inspired students to think more creatively about their role as global citizens.
Edutopia's video series Education Everywhere profiles innovative school systems all around the world. Here you'll find links to the videos and additional resources for learning about education systems in various countries.
Teaching world language through the interpretative, interpersonal, and presentational modes, Sarah Loyola uses edtech and social media to keep it authentic for her students. For more content about the teaching of world languages, visit Edutopia’s World Languages page; be sure to +Follow the page for updates.