Educator Resources

The Center for Global Education offers a wealth of resources to educators, including those who teach in afterschool or out-of-school time networks, to build capacity and transform their learning environments. Whether you're looking for professional development opportunities, training and consulting services, or online resources, you've come to the right place!

Featured Educator Resources

Global competence is a crucial upgrade if our education system is to prepare the next generation for the knowledge economy. But what does it entail?
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Download globally focused performance outcomes and rubrics in a variety of grades and all academic subjects, plus a free copy of the book here.
Read the book that introduced the definition of global competence, Educating for Global Competence: Preparing Our Youth to Engage the World.

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Along with the technical and academic skills needed for their field, agriculture, food, and natural resources teachers must also teach the 21st century skills that prepare students for success in the global marketplace.
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Watch videos featured in the Global Competency Through CTE Professional Development course modules.
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Classroom activities to help educators lead their students in an exploration of global careers.
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How CTE standards are clearly aligned with the four domains of global competence.
Learn from experts about different aspects of Chinese language and dual immersion programs as presented at the 2017 National Chinese Language Conference in Houston, Texas.
Yu Ming Charter School is a tuition-free, K–8 public charter school in Oakland, California, the first public Chinese immersion school in the state.
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How are five East Asian countries advancing 21st century competencies in their education reforms?
In a new Asia Society publication, Chris Livaccari explores how multilingualism is a key aspect of life for most people in the world—and has been throughout history—and is a rich source of engagement, playfulness, and joy.
In order to support Chinese language instructions based on specific leveled objectives, teachers need access to accurately leveled books and passages.
What is proficiency? Why does it matter? How can we assess it? How does it differ from other kinds of assessment? And what does proficiency assessment tell us that helps to improve learning?
The West Virginia Department of Education oversees more than 270,000 students in 55 school districts, and Chinese language and culture are taught in 30 schools in four school districts.
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Online resources to help you enrich your study of Chinese, whether you're just beginning or advanced!

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