Global stories are effective classroom tools - here are resources and strategies to help you use them.

In the midst of International Education Week, author Homa S. Tavangar considers how we define and communicate the meaning of "global education."

How teachers can assist their students in their journey to becoming global citizens.

How a night of performances is actually a chance for students to authentically demonstrate their skills to an audience of their peers and community members.

How one teacher is bringing the world to his students.

Documentaries and film can bring the world to students in very real ways. Here are some strategies and resources.

A look at the Common Core's global roots as well as their goal of promoting the 21st century skills, which high-performing education systems around the world are also working to incorporate.

How STEAM can be combined with global collaboration to promote design thinking on real-world problems.

What if we could take students to visit war-torn nations like Syria? Virtual reality is now allowing for these powerful experiences!

School districts need to invest in thoughtful strategies for addressing students' religious differences before prejudice and bullying create an expensive legal problem.

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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