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.
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.
As they watch and read the news, students may hear the acronym NATO without understanding its meaning. Yet they have no doubt heard of countries inside and outside the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) from having watched international competitions such as the Olympics and the World Cup. Students can learn about their country and NATO with the NATO on the Map tool.
The vision of Mural Mosaic is to “(Re)Connect the World” through the joy of art—one painted tile, one tree, one community, one country at a time. Through its Global Roots project, Mural Mosaic aims to reach out and create as many murals as possible around the world to reconnect individuals to their roots.
Minecraft has released an immersive educational game called Active Citizen, in partnership with the Nobel Peace Center and Games for Change. The goal of the game is to help educate youth worldwide about Nobel Peace Prize laureates, past and present, and foster an understanding of the skills needed to drive positive change in the world.
Project Exchange brings together high school and college students from around the globe to talk about culture, promote mutual understanding, and prepare youth to tackle critical global issues through cross-cultural communication.