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Dear Friends, Colleagues, and Community Partners, As many of you know, for the past four years, students and teachers at Chief Sealth International High School have organized a weeklong festival called World Water Week. This year we are doing something … Continue reading
Congratulations to Noah Zeichner, the 2013-2014 World Educator award recipient from the World Affairs Council in Seattle. From their website: https://www.world-affairs.org/programs/global-classroom/world-educator-award/2013-world-educator-award/ … For almost a decade, Noah has taught Social Studies and Spanish at Sealth International High School. He works … Continue reading
New map illustrates importance of global competence for U.S. students Continue reading
We are excited to announce the return of the Washington State Coalition for International Education! Please join us on Tuesday, November 12, 2013 at 7:00-8:30 pm for a conversation with Noah Zeichner, Chief Sealth International High School teacher and recipient of the 2013-14 World Educator Award. He will share highlights of his recent trip to Singapore with the Asia Society’s Global Cities Education Network and the Center for Teaching Quality.
Fellow Global Education Enthusiasts, I am excited about two new finds! Check out these links and share your thoughts here! 1) “Connect All Schools” http://www.connectallschools.org/home This website is just what it sounds like. Citing a line from President Obama’s June … Continue reading
American Councils for International Education is pleased to announce the 2011 Intensive Summer Language Institutes Program taking place next summer in Alexandria, Egypt and Changchun, China. The Intensive Summer Language Institutes provide fully funded fellowships for U.S. classroom teachers to … Continue reading
By signing the Presidential Policy Directive on Global Development, President Obama has set forth the first policy of its kind by a U.S. administration recognizing that “development is vital to U.S. national security and is a strategic, economic, and moral … Continue reading
“What should I wear if I do not have a long, loose dress? haha… that may sound trivial but I want to be respectful. Do you get my question?” Now I generally do not wear dresses, but I did understand … Continue reading
Could the summer learning loss crisis become an opportunity for Seattle-area students? . . . If you had the power to design a summer enrichment program with a global education theme, what would you dream up? Send us your ideas! Continue reading
Laura Adriance from the World Affairs Council just alerted the Coalition Steering Committee to the Global Education Conference coming in November. http://www.globaleducationconference.com/index.html The 2010 Global Education Conference will be held November 15 – 19, 2010, online and free. Sessions will … Continue reading