North Carolina is experiencing a rapid growth of global businesses despite the on-going health crisis and community college students will play a key role in meeting the needs of their workforce. This UNC World View program will explore topics related … Continued
Program Type: Seminars/Symposiums
This UNC World View virtual program explores global education within the lens of equity and inclusivity to bring the world to North Carolina’s schools. The program is designed to help K-12 school librarians and technology facilitators better understand our interconnected … Continued
Integrating music into classroom instruction provides a gateway to exploring and connecting across cultures. Music has always been a vital part of human expression. It has the power to engage, motivate and inspire students and builds bridges between both what … Continued
Join us to learn about the importance of stories of the Holocaust. In this program, we will dive deeper into discussing how we honor and preserve the stories and memories of another’s lived experiences from the Holocaust. The program will … Continued
******COVID-19 UPDATE 03/10/2020****** UNC World View values our participants and cares for the health and safety of everyone. Because of the rapidly evolving situation regarding the COVID-19, also known as coronavirus, the decision has been made to cancel the World … Continued
October 17-18, 2018 | Our K-12 global education symposium explores significant global issues, offers best practices and resources in global education and provides educators an opportunity to develop a global action plan for their classroom, school or system. It’s an immersive professional development experience that will increase educators’ knowledge of global issues and global competency skills and promote global education by integrating these issues in the classroom or school culture.
November 14-15, 2018 | Signature Sponsor: IBM | This symposium will bring community college educators together with business and academic leaders to learn about the future of work within the context of the global economy. Through engaging interactive breakout sessions, educators will gain knowledge and skills on how to incorporate global teaching and learning that will prepare students to thrive in a global workforce post-graduation.
March 19-20, 2019 | This seminar will increase educators’ knowledge of Latin America and Latin American cultures, particularly as it relates to Latinx students in North Carolina. We will explore key issues and themes related to Latin America’s history, politics, economies and the diverse cultures represented in this region as well as the relevant connections between the region and North Carolina.
March 20-21, 2019 | This seminar is designed for K-12 and community college educators to acknowledge global migration and incorporate awareness into their teaching and learning. Educators will examine global migration, factors influencing it, its risks and opportunities and the ways in which educators should contemplate this phenomenon as schools and institutions become increasingly diverse.
Global Health continues to be of particular importance today because health problems have significant political and economic impacts and can transcend national borders. The circumstances around the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) have been fast evolving, forcing community colleges and other institutions … Continued