Teaching Inquiry Through the Study of Endangered Cultures

The investigation of disappearing cultures offers many opportunities for students to learn 21st century skills, including inquiry.

A Student CEO's Plea to Educators: Inspire Global Citizenship

At age 16, Krissy Truesdale became the founder and CEO of Solar for Our Superheroes, a nonprofit organization that gives solar panels to local heroes. In her own words, read how global learning inspired her take action at the local level.

How Music Helps Language Acquisition

Music is vital to learning a language.

How One Educator Addresses the Challenge of Teaching About Terrorism

An educator shares strategies and resources for teaching about terrorism.

How Vocational Education Can Be an Economic Driver

Vocational education and training can help the economy and close the skills gap. Here is the example of South Korea.

Photo-Detectives: Connecting the Cross-Cultural With the Cross-Curricular

Everyone loves photographs. They remind us of where we've been, where we're going, and where we are right now. And knowing how to decipher an image--visual literacy--is a vitally important skill.

How Games Promote Learning

Games are one of the oldest forms of human interaction and we are wired to learn through play. So why are we so nervous about video games in the classroom?

Finding Collaborative Partners Abroad

How to connect with schools and organizations abroad to bring a global perspective to your classroom.

Why Music Is a Universal Language

When teaching about other cultures—especially in foreign language classes—music is often a key part of the curriculum. Here is the reason why it is a critical component to understanding others.

Utilizing Peer Connections Abroad to Meet Science Standards

Utilizing international connections can be a meaningful and engaging way to enhance student knowledge of math and science. Here's how.

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