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My year long SDG research & makered project, not pedagogical zen but worth it.

Teaching 14 courses in 14 years has in a way, forced me to think more about what I want my students to be able to do, than what minor facts my students need to know for the test.   1,239 more words


Why You Should Study Abroad

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Being back in the sates after studying abroad has urged me to create a video briefly highlighting why I think you should study abroad as a university student. 38 more words


Educator Spotlight: Storytelling Across Borders

Kim Young, this week’s Educator of the Week, engaged her students in exploring their own and others’ stories of migration through the Out of Eden Learn… 749 more words


Closing our week of Global sisterhood 


Our week of connecting Ursuline schools from around the world concluded on Friday. We gathered as delegations representing more than 17 countries and 6 continents at the Bryanston Catholic Church for a moving prayer service celebrating the spirit of St. 243 more words

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Visiting St. Ursula in Krugersdorp 

The sun greeted us as we made our way from Bryanston to Krugersdorp to visit our sister school St. Ursula. Upon our arrival, we were greeted by the beautiful voices of students who welcomed us to their school. 117 more words

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How the World Bank Is Improving Education in MENA Countries

originally published at http://www.borgenmagazine.com/education-in-mena-countries/

SEATTLE — Improvements in education are imperative to facilitate global growth and development in areas such as the Middle East and North Africa (MENA). 439 more words

Global Health And Education

B: prepared

B: sure you can provide a global education. Education is the most valuable investment on the planet for our children, and having the right to live and study in multiple countries is unique. 84 more words