For over a decade, Asia Society's Center for Global Education has been a leader in global competence education. With initial investments from the Gates Foundation and Carnegie Corporation, and in partnership with Harvard University and Stanford University, among others, the Center for Global Education has developed the preeminent teacher training program on educating for global competence.
While previously only accessible to Asia Society partner schools, the new online program powered by EdPlus at Arizona State University now brings this critical and relevant content to any educator around the world.
You're enrolled in online courses to learn about global competence, so you know that online learning has a lot going for it. It's convenient, you can set your own pace, and you can learn on your own schedule. But it's community that brings your online professional learning experience to life. After all, collaboration is how adults learn. Collaboration gives us opportunities to create meaning and build relevance by connecting with our peers, sharing ideas and observations, and asking great questions. Join us to be part of an always-on community where you can process what you're learning, network with other educators, and collaborate with like minds.
Joining a community might be a new thing for you, but come on in; the water's just fine. Introduce yourself, browse some conversations, post a question. Before you know it, you'll be an old hand at this.