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GLOBAL DISTINCTION CURRICULUM GRANTS AVAILABLE FOR 2019-20

August 27, 2019

World View is very excited to announce the opening of the global distinction curriculum grant application for community college educators. Instructors at World View’s partner community college institutions get the opportunity to globalize a course they teach by creating a global module.

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FREE K-12 TEACHER WORKSHOP ABOUT JAPAN 9/28

August 13, 2019

The Carolina Asia Center, Ackland Art Museum and North Carolina Teaching Asia Network are excited to offer a free K-12 educator workshop on “Japan’s Floating World: Politics, Art, and Society during the Edo Period (1603-1868)” on September 28, 2019 at UNC-Chapel Hill.

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START THE YEAR OFF WITH A GLOBAL FOCUS!

August 13, 2019

As summer winds down and everyone gears up to go back to school, it’s important that we start the year off with a global focus and work towards developing global competence among our students. Global competence, according to the global non-profit Asia Society, is the capacity and disposition to understand and act on issues of global significance.

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WORLD VIEW’S COSTA RICA STUDY VISIT RETURNS!

July 30, 2019

Pura Vida! This simple phrase encompasses much of the way of life in Costa Rica. Its direct translation means pure life or simple life, but it is also used as a greeting, a goodbye and so much more including the sentiment of a simple, relaxed way of looking at life. This month 24 North Carolina educators traveled to Costa Rica to experience Pura Vida firsthand.

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WORLD VIEW EDUCATORS RETURN FROM MOLDOVA

July 16, 2019

For nearly 10 days this June, a delegation of eleven educators and school administrators from across North Carolina traveled to Moldova on a World View Global Study Visit. The study visit program goals included increasing educator’s knowledge and understanding about Moldova’s history and culture, increasing educators’ knowledge and understanding of Moldova’s educational system, developing their global competencies . . .

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