My Presentations at the Global Education Conference 2010-2017

The GEC is an outstanding professional learning event.  Attend, present, participate and be inspired.

Here are my presentations at the event.  Share and enjoy!

 

  • 2010   

Title: Globalizing the US History Survey Course in High School

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  • 2011   

Title:   Essentializing the Global “Other”: Defining and Teaching “Culture” as a 21st Century  Skill

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  • 2012  

Title: Navigating a Flat World: Teaching Globalization in Secondary Education

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Title:  Conference Closing: Panel Discussion on the Future of Professional Development

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  • 2013

 Title: Globalizing the US History Course: Free, Self Paced, Professional Development Modules

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  • 2015

Title: Globalizing US History: How to do It

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  • 2016

Title: Global Citizenship Professional Development for K-12 Teachers (with Mabel Bashorun)

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  • 2017

Title: Cosmopolitan Project Based Learning – Using the UN Sustainable Development Goals in PBL

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3 thoughts on “My Presentations at the Global Education Conference 2010-2017

  1. I can’t get the powerpoint to work past the second slide (at home on my Mac and not at all at work).
    The recording looks like it will work at school, but doesn’t at home (maybe I need Java 6?)

  2. I just checked on my computer and it worked but it seemed like, yes, you need Java 6. Were you able to view it?
    Craig

  3. Craig, you have no idea how timely this article is. For my Capstone Project, Element number 2, standards based globalizing; my lingering question was whether or not we can infuse global education into formally single country based curriculums. This article and the linked articles will provide a great foundation of thought to help me answer the question. I was sorry we didn’t get a chance to meet you at the symposium.

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