On March 5th, the GEC-NYC hosted an evening of discussion, refreshments, and Global Education Resources with author and journalist Elizabeth Green. In her 2014 New York Times Book Review Notable Book Building A+ … Continue reading
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