The Teachers' Guide to Global Collaboration is Now Available at globaledguide.org
The International Education and Resource Network (iEARN-USA), with support of the Longview Foundation, is accepting submissions for the Teachers’ Guide to Global, Collaborative Teaching and Learning, a new effort to bring together resources, opportunities, and global project initiatives across organizations that support student collaborations around the world.
This online teachers’ guide will bring awareness of the myriad of opportunities across the global education field to those who are looking to foster global competence and build connections for their students. It will include new projects, technologies, and resources that align with education standards and global goals to connect teachers with opportunities across organizations and institutions.
Share Your Global Projects and Resources
Submit resources and project opportunities from your organization and/or institution to be included in a new teachers’ guide! The searchable database of projects and resources will help educators find and connect with projects and programs that align with their curricula, goals, and interests.
Submit a Project: Do you run a project that connects students around the world through collaborative activities? Send us information about your project so that educators can find and join your project.
Submit a Resource: Do you have a great resource to support educators in their global work? Share your toolkits, tutorials, content resources, and opportunities so educators can access your materials and programs.
The Teachers’ Guide to Global, Collaborative Teaching and Learning builds from a previous guide as part of Connect All Schools, an initiative engaging 120 partner organizations. Stay tuned to us.iearn.org for updates on the launch of the Teachers’ Guide to Global, Collaborative Teaching and Learning in 2017.