Why simulations is a great way to tackle global environmental issues, plus some classroom tools from the Choices Program. more
The benefits of Science Technology Engineering Math (STEM) are not only economic, but it builds international competence, too. That's why we call it STEMi. more
Through simulations and project work, students learn about global economies--and how they fit in to that larger world. Includes several useful teaching tips. more
Helping our students understand a complex world is a difficult job. System thinking is a helpful tool. more
Some ideas to deepen your international knowledge and experiences through travel, courses, language study, and more. more
A snapshot of modern China, American attitudes towards it, and what educators can do. more
A simple protocol that involves walking through a school to gather evidence on how internationally focused it is, and identify ways to strengthen global learning. more
The Internet and other tools means that every student project should involve access to people, perspectives, expertise and experiences on a global scale. more
Digital storytelling can help teachers tap into the power of technology as well as the power of youth voice to engage students in learning about global issues. more
American children grow up in a media saturated environment. But can media be a good teacher? more
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