Category: Multiple Regions

Experience the World Without Leaving North Carolina!

Engage all of your senses in a cultural experience that will take you around the world without leaving North Carolina. The 31st Annual International Festival will be October 14-16, 2016 at the Raleigh Convention Center.  To celebrate cultural heritage and community there will be

Posted in 6-8, 9-12, Classroom Connections, Classroom Connections & Projects, Featured News, Foreign Language, Globalization, K-12, K-5, Language Arts, Multiple Regions, News, Other, Region, Uncategorized

2016-2017 Council Scholar Award Program from World Affairs Council of Charlotte

The World Affairs Council of Charlotte is pleased to announce the Council Scholar Award Program for the 2016-2017 school year. This signature WACC international education initiative offers a unique opportunity for selected educators to travel abroad for professional development opportunities and

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Summer Workshops from the Department of Public Instruction

The Department of Public Instruction in partnership with three of the Regional Education Service Alliances (RESAs) still has available dates for two Global Education Professional Development Workshops this summer.

Posted in ESLTESOL, Featured News, Foreign Language, Globalization, K-12, Language Arts, Math, Multiple Regions, Science, Social Studies

2016 Summer Olympic Games – Resources for Teachers

Sport is a universal language that can bring people together, no matter what their origin, background, religious beliefs or economic status. -Kofi Annan, Former United Nations Secretary General Move over London, it’s Rio’s turn to shine! For the first time

Posted in Community College, Featured News, Globalization, K-12, Latin America, Multiple Regions, News, Social Studies

World View Hosts Global Education Teacher Leader Institute

In June, World View hosted its first Global Education Teacher Leader Institute at UNC-Chapel Hill. The week-long program brought together over thirty teachers from across  North Carolina (and Washington D.C.) for a week of examining global issues, exploring leadership strategies and planning ways to implement global education

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Education is the Key to Peace

As we all know, our individual and collective worlds can change in an instant. World View joins many around the world to grieve recent attacks on innocent people.

Posted in Community College, Featured News, Human Rights, K-12, Multiple Regions, News, Peace and Conflict

Summer Workshops from the Department of Public Instruction

The Department of Public Instruction in partnership with three of the Regional Education Service Alliances (RESAs) will be offering two Global Education Professional Development Workshops this summer.

Posted in Featured News, K-12, Multiple Regions, News

2016 International Folkmoot Festival in Western NC

July 21-31, 2016 Named as one of the Top Twenty Festivals in North Carolina by USA Today and a Top 20 Event in the Southeastern U.S. by the Southeast Tourism Society, the 2016 Folkmoot Festival is a two-week celebration of

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World Wise Schools – Peace Corps Global Connections Pilot

Want to tap into the unique knowledge and experience volunteers can bring to your classroom project or lesson? World Wise Schools is looking for educators like you to join a pilot program.

Posted in Classroom Connections & Projects, Featured News, Globalization, Human Rights, K-12, Multiple Regions, News, Peace and Conflict

Global Education Teacher Leader Highlight: Haibin Li

As we look toward the end of the school year and prepare for the 2016 Global Education Teacher Leader Institute, we want to take a look back at another of our 2015 Global Education Teacher Leaders.

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