Author: Daniel McNeal

Classroom Exchanges – Building Bridges for Classroom Learning

A classroom exchange can be a useful tool to engage your students in global learning. By allowing your class to interact directly with students from different countries and cultures, you are breaking down classroom walls and giving your students a

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#Innovate4GlobalEd K-12 Global Education Symposium a Success!

Over 250 educators from across the state came to Chapel Hill last week to participate in World View’s K-12 Global Education Symposium, Innovation and Technology to Drive Global Learning.  Co-sponsored by the North Carolina Department of Public Instruction and UNC’s

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Columbus Day – Resources for the Classroom

Columbus Day is celebrated in the United States to commemorate Italian-born Christopher Columbus landing in the New World on October 12, 1492, the first European to explore the Americas since the Vikings settled Greenland and Newfoundland in the 10th century.

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Earth Day 2016

Each year for the last 45 years, Earth Day – April 22nd – signifies the anniversary of the modern environmental movement and has become an annual event where activities are held worldwide to demonstrate support for environmental protection.  The theme

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Aziz Sancar – Carolina Gem

This past October, news broke that UNC-Chapel Hill’s Sarah Graham Kenan Professor of Biochemistry and Biophysics in the School of Medicine, Aziz Sancar, was awarded the Nobel Prize in Chemistry. Sancar earned the award for his work on mapping the

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World View Goes Green – Sustainability Efforts Start with the K-12 Global Education Symposium

On October 21-22, World View will host its annual K-12 Global Education Symposium on the topic of environmental sustainability at the William and Ida Friday Center in Chapel Hill, NC. This day and a half program will explore significant issues

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U.S. Brings Home the World Cup

In the highest scoring game in FIFA Women’s World Cup history, the U.S. defeated defending champion Japan 5-2 behind a dominant performance from midfielder Carli Lloyd. Lloyd, who scored three goals – a hat trick – in the first 16

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