World View to YOU!


No money for conference registrations, travel, or to pay for substitutes? Not enough time to leave the classroom for a day or two?  Let World View come to you!  World View offers Partners one to two hour on-site sessions or four to six hour workshops to help educators from all grade levels and all content areas bring a global perspective to the classroom. 

NEW FOR 2014-2015: VIRTUAL WV2U!

New this year, World View will begin offering sessions via webinar! Through virtual tools, webinars are another accessible and cost-efficient way for educators (especially those located far from Chapel Hill) to receive professional training in global education.

Webinars are online sessions delivered via the internet. Teachers are able to participate form their own laptop or desktop computers, as long as they have reliable internet access (preferably wired for best connectivity). Live webinars are interactive, so participants are able to fully participate and ask questions via a chat session.

Please download our latest catalog to see what on-site and virtual sessions and workshops are currently offered.

For information or to schedule World View to You! for your school or district, please contact:
Alexandria Faulkenbury, Program Associate or 919/843-8210



World View to You! Session Requirements

Audio Visual/Technology Requirements: World View requests that a computer, LCD projector, and audio speakers be ready to use at the session site. Some speakers also may need an internet connection.

Cost: There is a charge of $300 plus reimbursement for presenter travel for a one to two hour “mini” session. Workshops lasting between four and six hours cost $1,000 for World View Partners ($2,000 for non-Partners), plus reimbursement for each presenter’s travel. World View will invoice you the appropriate fees after the session or workshop is complete. Please inquire if an estimate is needed. If presenters must travel long distances to get to the session site, we ask that you also supply hotel accommodations should a  presenter need to arrive very early or stay late.