Using 21st century skills to understand and address global issues; understanding other nations and cultures, including the use of non-English languages; learning from and working collaboratively with individuals representing diverse cultures, religions and lifestyles.
The US Department of State has announced STEM Innovations and Global Competence—a free, self-paced online course for US educators. The course focuses on the intersection of STEM subjects and global competence.
Sponsored by The World Around with the support of Meta Open Arts, the inaugural Young Climate Prize is an open invitation for young people aged 13 to 25 anywhere in the world to share their work and activism related to climate change.
The Smithsonian Pacific American Center’s Learning Together webpage serves as an online venue for educational content featuring interviews with Asian American and Pacific Islander (AAPI) community members, links to community-created educational resources, book recommendations, discussion ideas, and more.
The nonprofit Facing History and Ourselves has released resources to help students make sense of what is happening in Ukraine and the ongoing refugee crisis. The curriculum for teachers of middle school and high school students includes reflectivequestions designed to get students talking and come to an in-depth understanding of the war.
We’re back in person for ISTELive 22, June 26–29, in New Orleans!
When you register, you’ll not only have the chance to participate in more than 800 learning opportunities presented by global experts, you’ll also get to collaborate, share, and see your community again. And ISTE has designed this event for every comfort level, so you can do all of that in person or virtually.
You’ll come away bursting with ideas that will pay dividends throughout the year—and beyond. ISTELive is no longer just a four-day event—it's customized, flexible, year-round professional development.