At Winton Woods, we marry rigorous academic content with soft skills through project-based learning. Embedded in 21st century skills, project-based learning prepares students for success.


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Exposure to international students develops global competency skills in American graduates. But a relatively new trend in schools of education leave pre-service teachers wanting.


Author and journalist Amanda Ripley shares what she has learned from students about global education.


America's first public school to convert to a charter is still running strong--see how.


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Literati, derived from Latin, means "acquainted with letters." In historical times, it referred a well-educated class who held an elite status in society. Twitterati are well acquainted with letters, too: 140 at a time, as the social media giant Twitter dictates. Global Learning Twitterati, as I define them, are smart global educators who share their learning and experiences on Twitter. The one quality I appreciate above all else on Twitter is how Tweeters curate a world of information, and pass on the best ideas, resources, or topics for debate at that particular moment. Here are some Global Learning Twitterati to ...


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