This presentation uses Walmart as a window to teach secondary level students global interdependence with cross-curricula learning stations and field-based projects. Audience participation is assured and hands-on activities are involved.
This session will examine the increasing importance of Islam in world affairs and offer strategies to help educators teach about Islam and avoid the difficulties associated with this controversial topic.
This lesson introduces students to multiple perspectives on the outsourcing industry in India. Materials and activities help students analyze pros and cons, while examining effects in the US and India.
This unique trade relationship requires continuous cross border movement. Learn more about the Keystone project, proposed bridge between Detroit and Windsor, and movement of goods and people. Materials provided.
Through a case-study of the documentary LAST TRAIN HOME, PBS' POV series presents strategies for using social-issue documentary film to engage students as active citizens.
How can a sporting event affect American relations with Iran? Represent Palestinian identity? Through sports, students can study principles of international relations as well as history, geography, politics, and sociology.
Learn about an innovative strategy that has students "traveling" the world through artifacts, literature, journaling, visual texts, and experiential activities. Resources are provided to help you develop your own "treks."
Prepare K-12 students to become global citizens by discovering the EU! This session will provide free teaching resources, including ready-to-go lesson plans and games, helping integrate technology into the classroom.
How does engagement in international, online collaborative research teams impact preservice teachersâ€™ understanding of global issues and human cultures? American and South African teacher educators share opportunities and insights.
Engage tech savvy youth and increase achievement via safe social networking and online media. See how Edmodo and more is used in a real teacher's classroom for instruction and communication.