From the Washington State Coalition for International Education
- Seattle International Schools Guidelines produced as a project of the 2008 State Innovations Grant
- Starter Kits for International Collaborative Projects produced by Bridges to Understanding as part of the 2006 State Innovations Grant
- 2006 Summit Report recommendations from the January 30, 2006 Summit in Seattle focused on “Expanding Chinese Language Capacity in Washington”
- 2004 Summit Report highlights and recommendations from the P-20 International Education Summit in Olympia on October 27, 2004
- 2003 Summit Report highlights and recommendations from the P-20 International Education Summit at the UW on September 18, 2003
- Teaching Resources for International Education published by the World Affairs Council and presented at the 2003 P-20 International Education Summit
- Preparing Students for Today’s Interconnected World policy piece presented at the 2003 P-20 International Education Summit
From Our Contacts and Others of Interest
- Educating for Global Competence: Preparing Our Youth to Engage the World Great resource for teachers and administrators, to develop activities that teach the principles of global competence. See pages 71 – 77.
- Build a (Better) Global Afterschool Program The Global Learning in Afterschool Self-Assessment Tool serves as a guide for programs that wish to bolster their program design, environment, activities, and policies to build global competence in youth.
- From the US Department of State, a resource for U.S. citizens to connect easily, and socially, with the exchange programs and initiatives. They provide the forum for students to be able to find other potential, current, and former exchange program participants to discuss application processes, programs, and living abroad.
- Resources, Curriculum and Lesson Plans Free the Children offers core educational resources that give students a comprehensive, critical understanding of local and global issues. Their curriculum starts in the classroom but reaches far beyond. Check out their range of materials, designed to help engage your students and take their understanding of world issues to the next level while covering curriculum touchstones.
- Generation Study Abroad This website promotes US students to engage in study abroad and provides multiple resources to help.
- Education without Borders: Featuring Asia Society Resources (2013) This packet, Education without Borders, includes an assortment of articles focusing on perspectives on the future of education in Asia and ways to develop a high quality teacher force at home and around the world.
- Online Exchanges and Global Collaborations for Every Classroom (2012) With recent advances in technology, teachers now have a wide variety of options for creating global classroom connections. This packet represents an attempt to compile information and categorize options in order to make it easier for teachers to identify a program to try.