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This new publication introduces educators and parents to methods on how to use a multitude of innovative technology tools to help their students and children learn about, understand, and engage with our increasingly interconnected world.
A new publication by Asia Society and OECD presents a new framework for global competence and provides practical guidance and examples of how educators can embed global competence into their existing practices.
The 2017 International Summit on the Teaching Profession focused on sustainable excellence and equity in learning.
A new report by Asia Society and America Achieves examines instructional practices that promote deeper learning. One of its findings concludes that successful instruction is linked to teaching for global competence.
How are five East Asian countries advancing 21st century competencies in their education reforms?
Educators around the world are rethinking the ways in which they prepare students for learning, work, and citizenship in a global society.
Educators around the world are rethinking the ways in which they prepare students for learning, work, and citizenship in a global society.
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.
Children and adolescents need a broad range of experiences to build their knowledge of the world and understand their place in it. Learn how to use expanded learning time to build global competence.
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.
U.S. educators face a critical imperative: prepare all students for work and civic roles with the ability to compete, connect, and cooperate on an international scale. One promising way to do this is through Career and Technical Education.
This report features a series of essays authored by a range of prominent leaders active in US-China relations.
A Rosetta Stone for Noncognitive Skills describes the Big Five factors that can be used by educators to develop noncognitive skills.
How does education move from dialogue to action in the context of complex systems and multiple political, economic, and social imperatives? A new report offers recommendations.
Asia Society and Harvard's Project Zero interviewed 54 business leaders in the U.S., China, and India. Here's what we learned.
How can education systems achieve both excellence and equity? A new report offers recommendations.
New report highlights global best practices in recruiting and inducting new teachers into the teaching profession.
A new report on how to measure creativity, collaboration, and other 21st century competencies.

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