For K-12 and Community College EducatorsVirtual and In-Person
For Community College Educators and StaffThe Friday Conference Center, Chapel Hill
First and foremost, any course can benefit from being globalized. Next, globalizing courses also helps students to be less apprehensive about the world around them. From a faculty perspective, I know for me, having served for more than 17 years teaching ancient history in the NCCCS, it breathed new life into my curriculum. It’s great fun and the students love it.
Professor, Wake Tech Community College