Harvard Dialogues on Global Education

by Paul MillerDirector of Global InitiativesNational Association of Independent SchoolsNAIS began encouraging global education programs as a way for schools to become more engaged with the world. We now think of global education as an approach to effective teaching and...
by Tyler C. TingleyCo-Head of SchoolAvenues: The World SchoolOther posters in this blog space have documented the marginal progress educators in the United States have made since Professor Kandel's 1928 address challenged the nation to become more effective in preparing...
by Gerhard FischerInternational and World Languages Education ConsultantWisconsin Department of Public Instruction It appears to be difficult to bring the many good K-12 international education programs[1] to scale. We are stuck for several reasons. If you had asked me ten...
by Natasha Kumar WarikooAssistant ProfessorHarvard Graduate School of EducationAuthor of Balancing Acts:Youth Culture in the Global CityMuch has been made of the importance of global competency for American youth to participate in an increasingly globalized economy, and to understand politics,...
by Dana MortensonExecutive DirectorWorld Savvy In the last decade, global education has received renewed focus, study and support as the world around us changes rapidly and we usher in a new era of global cooperation, collaboration and interdependence.  We've achieved...
by Robert HarrisonCurriculum ManagerInternational Baccalaureate OrganizationExactly what constitutes global education? At a recent similar discussion ("What Kind of Education Enables Us to Cope With an Interconnected World") sponsored by Cambridge Assessment (UK), a panel of industry and education sector experts...
by Fernando ReimersFord Foundation Professor of International EducationDirector, International Education Policy ProgramHarvard Graduate School of Education In 1928 Professor Isaac Kandel of Columbia University addressed the annual meeting of the Association of Secondary School Principals. In his talk he made an...

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