Professional Development and Consulting Services

Teachers and administrators at a symposium (Sarah Lovrien)

The Center for Global Education offers professional development and consulting services to educators, administrators, and those currently developing both formal and nonformal learning opportunities. Below are upcoming workshops, trainings, and conferences, as well as online professional learning opportunities. You can also view the workshops and resources available in our ISSN catalog.

We also offer customized support and services for schools and programs seeking support related to school design, curriculum assessment and instruction, program development and assessment, and capacity building.

If you are seeking support on behalf of your school or district, please contact Kate Farmer at kfarmer@asiasociety.org or 212-327-9307. Or, visit the International Studies Schools Network for more information.

If you are seeking support on behalf of an afterschool or out-of-school time network or intermediary, please contact Heather Loewecke at hloewecke@asiasociety.org or 212-327-9379. Or, visit Global Learning Beyond School for more information.

Browse Upcoming Professional Learning Opportunities

30 Nov 2017 - 8:00pm - 9:00pm
Join the Center for Global Education weekly on Thursdays for a Twitter chat on global education topics. This week's chat features a discussion on improving your #globaled teaching.
Conference
 /  Worldwide Locations
17 May 2018 - 12:00am - 12:00am
Join us at the 2018 National Chinese Language Conference in Salt Lake City, Utah.

Online Professional Development

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Learn about the Project Management Institute Educational Foundation, the funder of the Global Competency through CTE course.
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Find CTE course-related content and information about badging, CEU, and microcredentialing, as well as technology tools.
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Talking points to help educators make the case to their administrators for why global education is important.
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Find resources on project management as you work through the Global Competency Through CTE course.
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Read background information on global competence as you work through the Global Competency Through CTE course.
Chinese language teacher Guo Ruijian helps her students discuss buying fruit in Mandarin.
Meet Shwu-fen Lin, a Chinese language teacher at a New Jersey high school, as she helps her students practice key structure presentation in Mandarin.
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Learn about the different career pathways in CTE and how global competence can be incorporated into all of them.
Meet Yan Wang, a Chinese language teacher at a Kentucky elementary school, as she helps her students practice reading characters in Mandarin.
Meet Jen Lin's novice Chinese class at Glastonbury High School in Connecticut.
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Classroom activities to help educators lead their students in an exploration of global careers.
Learn about a new global competence course offered by the Center for Global Education in collaboration with Arizona State University.
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Along with the technical and academic skills needed for their field, transportation, distribution, and logistics teachers must also teach the 21st century skills that prepare students for success in the global marketplace.
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Along with the technical and academic skills needed for their field, STEM teachers must also teach the 21st century skills that prepare students for success in the global marketplace.
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Along with the technical and academic skills needed for their field, marketing teachers must also teach the 21st century skills that prepare students for success in the global marketplace.
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Along with the technical and academic skills needed for their field, manufacturing teachers must also teach the 21st century skills that prepare students for success in the global marketplace.
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Along with the technical and academic skills needed for their law, public safety, corrections, and security teachers must also teach the 21st century skills that prepare students for success in the global marketplace.
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Along with the technical and academic skills needed for their field, information technology teachers must also teach the 21st century skills that prepare students for success in the global marketplace.

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