Category: ESLTESOL

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.

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

What are you doing to celebrate International Education week?

THIS WEEK all over the world educators will be celebrating International  Education Week (IEW).  This designated time  honors international education and exchange worldwide and promotes programs that prepare students for a global environment and encourages the sharing of global experiences

The Rural School and Community Trust Global Teacher Fellowship

The Rural Trust Global Teacher Fellowship program awards up to 25 fellowships a year to support the professional and personal development of rural teachers. The awards (up to $5,000 for individual teachers and $10,000 for a team of two or

Join iEARN-USA’s Thunderclap to promote education for all!

See below for an important message from Ed Gragert, Interim Executive Director of iEARN-USA. Dear Global Educators: As we near the adoption of the Sustainable Development Goals later this month, a key global education issue is the struggle that girls

FREE Workshop from the Duke-UNC Consortium for Middle East Studies

Disgraced: A Workshop for Educators on Muslim American Identities, Sunday, September 27, 2015, 2-6pm, Center for Dramatic Art, Chapel Hill, NC: Disgraced, an award-winning play by Ayad Akhtar, tackles controversial questions of race, relationships and identity in contemporary American society.

New 9/11 Curriculum from Newseum

The Newseum in Washington D.C. is set to launch a new interactive module on the 9/11 attacks on September 22, 2015. The launch will coincide with the unveiling of the Newseum website’s redesign and will be free to teachers and

The Fulbright Distinguished Awards in Teaching Program

The Fulbright Distinguished Awards in Teaching Program application cycle is open.  This program provides teachers with an opportunity for independent study and professional development abroad to learn about promising practices from other countries and/or develop resources to internationalize their classrooms

Global Citizen Festival

The Global Citizen Festival is a free-ticketed event on the Great Lawn in Central Park in New York City on Saturday, September 26, 2015. The Festival is timed to coincide with the launch of the United Nations’ new Global Goals

FREE Workshop – Serious Games: Immigration History and Interactivity to Transform Classroom Learning

Serious Games is an exciting, day-long professional learning opportunity to fill your toolbox with methods to use technology to invigorate your teaching practice and engage student learning. This workshop is for Middle and High School Educators. We welcome any tech-savvy or techcurious middle