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East Asia: Traditions, Trends and Transformations

January 17, 2018

Through plenary talks and small group sessions, K-12 and community college educators will explore East Asia’s history, culture, diversity, contemporary affairs and changing role in the world.

Building Stronger Bridges: Cultural Respect and Equity in the Classroom

January 17, 2018

Through plenary talks and small group breakout sessions, K-12 and community college educators will explore issues of cultural respect and equity, learning what barriers need to be removed and what strategies can be implemented to recognize the potential for all learners.

Human Rights and Social Justice

January 17, 2018

Our global education symposium in Chapel Hill will feature short plenary talks and sessions on human rights issues to increase awareness of human rights and social justice issues and to provide pedagogical strategies and resources for integrating human rights and social justice issues into teaching.

Stories of Africa: Connected Over Time and Across the Globe

January 16, 2018

World View’s 2017 Africa seminar will highlight the diversity of lived experiences within the continent of Africa and the interconnectedness of Africa with other nations, including the United States, and North Carolina.

The Sustainable Development Goals: Classroom Connections

January 16, 2018

October 16-17, 2019 | In 2015 almost 200 governments adopted the Sustainable Development Goals to guide what must be done to improve the health and well-being of the world’s population. During the symposium educators will explore the 17 global goals and their importance. Educators will leave with strategies for integrating global content across curriculum.

Confronting Poverty Globally and Locally

January 14, 2018

November 13-14, 2019 | Signature Sponsor: IBM | Poverty is a worldwide threat. It has a direct impact on over a million NC residents. This symposium will explore topics and strategies that address poverty globally and locally.

Latin America and North Carolina

October 10, 2017

North Carolina’s Latinx population has grown 136 percent since 2000, according to the most recent Pew Research Center survey. World View’s Latin America and North Carolina seminar will help educators address the unique opportunities this brings to N.C. classrooms.

Innovation and Technology in a Global Age

October 10, 2017

Innovation and technology have changed all of our lives. As the driving forces of globalization, they transcend borders and revolutionize how we teach and learn. It is essential that educators and students understand innovation and technology’s role in our world.