Global Education Coalition NYC

The Global Education Coalition is a network of NYC-based organizations whose primary objective is to support educators in the New York metropolitan area in creating globally competent youth for tomorrow's future.

Fostering Global Competency among our Students

The members of GEC-NYC led a day-long professional development seminar, “Fostering Global Competency among our Students,” to both formal and non-formal educators and school administrators at Bank Street College Continuing Professional Studies on Saturday, October 26th.  The GEC-NYC members provided strategies and tools to integrate global themes into the curriculum as required by the Common Core Standards and how to practically apply the concept of global competency in the classroom. Topics include conceptual frameworks on global and intercultural competencies, how to utilize cultural exchanges and technology to engage students with the world, and ways to incorporate global education into classroom and afterschool curriculum through tools, activities, and partnerships.

All of the slides used in the seminar are included below:

Fostering Global Competency Among Students- Introduction to Professional Development from One To World’s Global Classroom
 Introduction to Global Education and the Global Competencies from Honor Moorman
Cultivating the Global Competencies in Your Classroom: Tools and Strategies from One To World’s Global Classroom
Breakout 1A: Building Global Competency through Virtual Exchange from One To World’s Global Classroom
Breakout 1B: Global Education and the Common Core from Honor Moorman
Breakout Session 2A- Building Global Compentency through Face-to-Face exchanges from One To World’s Global Classroom
Breakout 2B: Building Global Competency through After-School and Expanded Learning Programs from One To World’s Global Classroom

Advocating for Global Education from One To World's Global Classroom
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