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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 International Studies Schools Network hosts an annual Summer Institute that brings together network educators and school leaders for several days of professional learning and resource sharing.
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Asia Society Vice President of Education Tony Jackson reflects on his own experiences with global competence and describes how teaching through a global lens can help address the equity issues we face in education.
"Language is a currency for trust, and respect; it provides bricks and mortar for building an ability to explore the beauty of diverse cultures, traditions, and historical perspectives."
Heather Clydesdale on how the pedagogical approaches that world language teachers have been using for years bear striking similarities to the Common Core.
Research shows that learning a second language as a young child provides lifelong benefits.
Meet Zhangyi Shi's intermediate-low Chinese class at Collegiate School in Richmond, Virginia.
Amelia Peterson and Jal Mehta are investigating the learning experiences of participants in international learning communities, including Asia Society's Global Cities Education Network.
"Non-cognitive" skills such as critical thinking and creativity are just as vital as traditional skills in helping 21st century students.
There is a great need in Chinese language education for research-based information, examples of best practices, and useful resources for administrators, teachers, and parents. In response to that need, we developed this series of briefs.
Worldwide, there is a mismatch between the skills needed for open positions in the labor market and those of available workers. Vivien Stewart shares what the world's largest education system is doing to raise the quality of its workforce.
Jal Mehta, education professor at Harvard Graduate School of Education and Research, reflects on the fifth annual symposium of the Global Cities Education Network and the implications for education in the United States.
Chinese New Year is coming up on February 8. This year will be the year of the monkey (猴; hóu). This is a great opportunity for students to participate in interactive projects while learning at the same time.

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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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