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Blog for the Longview Foundation project 2010 “Developing Global Competence in Teachers and Students”

International Schools Mini Symposium August 29

August 29, 2016 1:00 – 4:00 pm Chief Sealth International High School 2600 SW Thistle St, Seattle, WA 98126 Cost: $30, includes refreshments, resource packet and 3 free clock hours Register at https://www.world-affairs.org/calendarevent/international-education-seattle-schools/. Join us on Monday, August 29th for … Continue reading

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International Schools Symposium

On Saturday, May 21st you are invited to the International Schools Symposium at John Stanford International School (4057 5th Ave NE, Seattle, WA 98105). Please come spend the morning with colleagues from schools across the district and beyond and earn … Continue reading

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Washington State Global Issues Network Conference a Success!

On March 6 and 7, 2015, nearly 200 middle and high school students from 20 schools from 4 states participated in the inaugural Washington State Global Issues Network Conference.¬†The aim of the conference was to bring youth together to share … Continue reading

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Steps to help you go global

Wondering how to get started to make your classroom¬†more global? Check out this blog on VIF Learn for 6 easy (pretty easy) steps to take: Look the part Take baby steps Don’t try to reinvent the wheel Start with the … Continue reading

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1st Annual Washington State Global Issues Network Coming!

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

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