Automation of jobs. Globalization. Demographic shifts. New skill demands. These forces are necessitating that students learn differently in order to thrive in the interconnected world. But, how does that happen?
In June, 36 award-winning educators will travel to Brazil on a continuation of their learning journey as the NEA Foundation’s Pearson Foundation Global Learning Fellows. The fellowship is a professional development opportunity designed to help educators acquire the necessary
According to a recent national study, across the fields of Science, Technology, and Engineering, and Math, job postings outnumbered unemployed people by almost two to one, while, overall, unemployed people outnumbered job postings by well more than
When the Mars rover
Curiosity landed on the Red Planet weeks ago, many Americans rekindled their
love affair with space exploration. The small rover’s ability to touch the
hearts of millions of Americans from light-years away begs the
On our final day of the trip,
after visiting a middle school in the suburbs of Shanghai, the Global Learning Fellows
sat down together for a group discussion about their overall Global Learning
Fellowship experience. The conversation focused on
On Monday, the Global Learning Fellows met with leaders of
Fastco Shanghai Trading Company, the Fastenal Asia Sourcing and Trading Company.
Fastenal is a global manufacturing leader that sells industrial and construction
supplies around the
Today we visited the Hong Kong Institute of Education Jockey Club Primary School. The school principal, Mary Chou, gave us some background on the school prior to a student ambassador–led tour. The school is