On July 22, members of the GEC-NYC ran a professional development workshop on “Fostering Global Competency Among Our Students.” The PD workshop was hosted by Bank Street College of Education, … Continue reading
A recent letter to the editor in the International New York Times suggested that globalization in the form of social media and technology advances is ubiquitous and represents “the world’s … Continue reading
Member organizations of the GEC-NYC attended Asia Society’s Partnership for Global Learning Conference in Brooklyn, NY on June 27-28 as presenters, exhibitors, attendees, and co-sponsors of an evening reception.
Afterschool and expanded learning programs play an important role in helping young people become globally competent. In an ever-shrinking world, global learning needs to be infused throughout a student’s day … Continue reading
Global Concerns Classroom (GCC) is excited to announce that they are hosting the 8th Annual Global Summit Student Workshop from 8:30am to 2:30pm on Friday, February 28th, at Mutual of … Continue reading
Reflections on One To World’s fall Global Classroom programming and highlights of student projects. A great introduction on how Global Classroom brings the world into New York City students’ lives. … Continue reading
United Federation of Teachers’ Greater Metropolitan New York Social Studies Conference will be on February 1st, 2014. For additional information and registration click HERE.
AFS-USA reports on how PISA results, Common Core and Global Competency are related in the following article. Read full article HERE. AFS-USA News PISA and the Common Core: Steps Toward … Continue reading
Asia Society’s recent newsletter is, as always, full of wonderful resources for today’s global educators. In particular, it features their site Mapping The Nation which documents in vivid infographics, maps … Continue reading