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Great New Blog for Global Connections & Inspiration

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There are a variety of ways to help your students connect globally.  If you are looking for ideas and inspiration, you should check out this great blog called the… 260 more words

Teaching Strategies

Student Blogging Challenge

We are joining the Student Blogging Challenge.  We’ve been off to a bit of a rocky start with our blogs as our first platform company suddenly decided to charge money so we decided to switch over to Blogger.   166 more words


The People vs “Some People” - Transitional Democracy in the Classroom…

“I feel as though some people in this classroom get heard more than other people.”

Jordan makes this declaration after the class has collectively spent three weeks writing, revising, and justifying a syllabus for a “Leadership” course. 977 more words

Become a Feminist- International Women's Day

This year’s International Women’s Day was on March 8th. Unfortunately, Lehigh was out of school for spring break during this important day. I think it is important that our global citizens still take time to celebrate this important day and recognize the struggle for global gender equality. 145 more words

Happening In Global Citizenship

Mission: Partnership and Relationship

Last year, a church leader told me that my experience in churches in Uganda was not relevant for churches in the UK.  Frankly, I was bitterly disappointed to hear this from a church I respected and one which supports much mission work.  452 more words

Students, staff express differing views about global citizenship

Elon University assistant professor Mark Cryan looks forward to his sport and event management classes each semester but gets placed outside his comfort zone when teaching “The Global Experience,” a class designed to educate students on global citizenship. 371 more words


Costa Rica, Leatherbacks, and Global Citizenship

My students have the wonderful opportunity to spend a week in Costa Rica, learning about its ecosystems, its renewable resources, and its sea turtles. We start in San Jose, traveling to Arenal, and then end up on the coast at the small Pacific coast community of Playa Grande. 278 more words

Global Citizenship