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!

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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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The Confucius Institute at Arizona State University partners with 14 elementary and secondary schools in five school districts in Arizona to promote Chinese language learning. More than 4,000 students are studying Chinese in these programs.
Lessons that program administrators have learned, as presented at the Sixth International Conference on Immersion and Dual Language Education: Connecting Research and Practice Across Contexts.
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How civics education can prepare all students to be active citizens of the United States and the world.
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Educators around the world are rethinking the ways in which they prepare students for learning, work, and citizenship in a global society.
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Find resources for integrating global competence into your CTE classroom with this toolkit.
Learn about a new professional development course designed to help CTE educators integrate global competence into their curriculum.
The Chinese World Language Program in Chicago Public Schools (CPS) was started in 1999, with 3 schools, and has grown to 45 schools with around 13,000 students.
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Educators around the world are rethinking the ways in which they prepare students for learning, work, and citizenship in a global society.
The Glastonbury Public Schools' Foreign Language Program in Connecticut has been in existence for almost 60 years and serves students in grades P-12. The program is in one of the first cohorts to be recognized as a Confucius Classroom.
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How can we create the conditions to achieve quality teaching for excellent and equitable learning outcomes? The 2016 International Summit on the Teaching Profession looked to answer this question.
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Asia Society’s Apoorvaa Joshi digs through the flood of information about the 2016 presidential election and provides ideas and strategies for using the election to build students’ global competence.
CELIN presentations at the 2016 National Chinese Language Conference, which focus on the new series of CELIN Briefs and study abroad programs in grades 6-10.

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If you are an educator or leader with a school or district, please contact the Education Partnerships team at edpartnerships@asiasociety.org or 212-327-9260.

If you are an educator or leader with an afterschool or out-of-school time network or intermediary, please contact Heather Loewecke at hloewecke@asiasociety.org.

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