Foreign Language Policies: Is Everyone Else Really Speaking English?

A look at language policies in other countries, which demonstrate how much the United States is missing out on by living in a monolingual bubble.


Why Teacher Leaders Are Critical to Advancing Global Education

A teacher shares the model of teacher leadership that his district has developed and shares strategies for developing one in your district.


Teaching Global Competence: Lessons and Strategies From Hong Kong

Lesson ideas, resources, and strategies for teaching global themes and issues.


The Top 10 Characteristics of Globally Competent Teachers

How do we define global competence for teachers and then embed it into teaching standards?


America's Guidance Counseling Crisis: A Potential Solution From Abroad

What if we provided all students with access to comprehensive guidance counseling that put them on realistic pathways to college and careers?


Resources and Strategies to Make the Study of World Religions More Meaningful

Today, a teacher shares a plethora of resources to help you teach about religion.


How to Teach About Religion Without Being an Expert

You can teach about religion without being an expert. Here are tips and resources to help.


Building Strong School-to-School Partnerships: Part II

Lessons on how to build a strong partnership with a school abroad that includes travel, classroom projects and more.


How to Build a Strong School-to-School Partnership

Building a strong, authentic, long-lasting partnership with a school abroad can reap rewards for your school for many years to come. Here are some ways to get started.


Teaching Students How to Ask Meaningful Questions

Using technology to connect students around the world can be powerful - IF we push students to go beyond the surface level and ask deep, personal questions. This is a skill that must be honed prior to beginning an online exchange. Here are some tips on how to do it!


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