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Looking for International Education Partner.

Looking for International Education Partner.

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I am looking to find some international education partners who would be willing to open dialogue about teaching and learning theories and how they implement these in there classroom. Family and Consumer Science educators, Life Skills educators, Home Economics educators would all be welcome.

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Rita Oates, PhD's picture
Rita Oates, PhD
Global PBL, student engagement in STEM, language practice

To access about 100,000 teachers in Latin America, many of them in secondary schools, go to:
This site is mostly in Spanish.
If you don't speak Spanish, then try ePals, which has K12 teachers in 200 countries. You can search by country, age, even subject area. (Be aware that "Family and Consumer Science" may have a different term in other countries so you may need to search on more specific units/content.)
You can get translation to 59 languages within ePals as well as free student email called SchoolMail too.

Edythe Weeks's picture
Edythe Weeks
Professor of Outer Space Development, International Relations and Space Law

Lillie and Rita: I really love the way you provided these excellent resources for Sue.

Gwen Pescatore's picture
Gwen Pescatore
President Home & School Assoc, #ParentCamp Organizer, Co-Moderator #PTchat

Just shared with a friend on Twitter @7MrsJames who teaches a FCS/Home Ec type class in Australia. If you're on twitter - reach out to her, she generously shares her knowledge.

Thomas James Vanderbeck's picture
Thomas James Vanderbeck
Education leadership consultant, curriculum designer, trainer, and writer.

I have lots of activities with which to teach life skills. Reach out to me, and I'll share them with you.

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