Our final Global Learning blog, after more than seven years, explores the ongoing need for promoting and fostering global competence in our students.


An English/language arts teacher suggests resources and strategies for sharing student stories and voices, promoting empathy, and reducing bullying.


Many resources are available to help engage all students in STEM learning and help them persist in STEM careers.


Human rights and genocide can be taught across the curriculum. Here are some resources and strategies.


Guest blogger Ryan Hauck shares lessons for providing rural schools with access to global education.


Teaching through documentary film can open students up to other's points of view. Guest bloggers from BYkids share tips and resources.


Guest blogger Michelle Nicola shares how diverse stories can be powerful classroom tools that can awaken students' perceptions of themselves and the world.


Guest blogger Patricia Benitez Hemans shares lessons from New Zealand on how to help students who have experienced trauma.


For the first time, guest bloggers share analysis from 20 years of math and science international assessment data.


Guest author Eduardo Caballero shares how maker education can teach 21st-century skills through a global lens.


The opinions expressed in Global Learning are strictly those of the author(s) and do not reflect the opinions or endorsement of Editorial Projects in Education, or any of its publications.

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