5 Elementary Global Competency Lesson Plans for Next Fall

This post is part of a series featuring lesson plans developed by NEA Foundation Global Learning Fellows and grantees.

Don’t panic.

You still have a couple of months until the beginning of the new school year. Which means it’s the perfect time to dream big about what you want to do in your classroom!

We want to help you make those dreams a reality. That’s why we’re beginning a blog series to provide lesson plans for a variety of grade levels and subjects. All these lesson

Lessons Learned: This Earth Day: Where Has the Water Gone?

By Richard Erickson
2015 Global Learning Fellow and chemistry/physics/alternative education teacher
Bayfield High School in Bayfield, Wisconsin

This blog features the global-themed lesson plan initiatives of Richard Erickson, a 2015 alumnus of the NEA Foundation Global Learning Fellows program. Richard and his cohort participated in a year-long supported learning experience on the VIF

Packing for Peru: The NEA Foundation Global Learning Fellows

By Kristen Shannon
Innovation Assistant

Kristen Shannon serves as Innovation Assistant at the NEA Foundation, where she helps prepare our Global Learning Fellows for their year-long professional development experience and supports STEM-related projects. Kristen has studied in South Africa

NEA Foundation Global Learning Fellow, Shanna Peeples, to host #GlobalEdChat

 

Photo: Shanna Peeples, 2015 National Teacher of the Year, center

We’re excited for Shanna Peeples, a 2016 NEA Foundation Global Learning Fellow, who will visit schools in Peru this summer through the fellowship, to be hosting the

Lessons Learned: What Students Should Understand About Culture and Global Competency

By Diana Wedl
Instructional Facilitator and 2015 Global Learning Fellow 
Carpenter Elementary School, Carpenter, WY

This blog series features the NEA Foundation's Global Learning Fellows, is a cohort of educators who participated in a year-long supported learning experience on the VIF International Global Gateway platform to build global competency skills. Diana

The NEA Foundation wants you to fill in the blank: “Education means…”

Every student deserves a great public education, but what exactly does that mean? The NEA Foundation wants to hear it in your words! 

Share your thoughts with us this week to celebrate American Education Week and International Education Week by

These Educators Are Having the Best Summer Ever

While many of their students soak up the joy of a homework-free summer, educators who received $2,000 Learning & Leadership Grants from the NEA Foundation have been hard at work completing professional development opportunities and preparing

Teaching Indigenous Students At Home or Abroad

By Anna Baldwin
2015 NEA Foundation Global Learning Fellow
and English and history educator at Arlee High School in Arlee, Montana

This summer I had the opportunity to spend over a week traveling in Peru with a group of teachers from across the country as part of the NEA Foundation's Global Learning Fellowship. We had some breath-taking experiences, including visiting a rural

Educator Finds Global Competency Reality in a “Global Village” in Peru

By Jeff Baxter
2015 NEA Foundation Global Learning Fellow
and English educator at Leavenworth Senior High School in Leavenworth, Kansas

Photo: NEA Foundation Board Member Kim Oliver-Burnim (left) and Jeff Baxter (right) at Machu Picchu

The NEA Foundation’s Global Learning Fellows first day in Lima, Peru, was Father’s Day. At least, it was Father’s Day in the United

Peru through the Eyes of a "Hopeful" Traveler

By Terri Butts
Curriculum effectiveness specialist and 2015 NEA Foundation Global Learning Fellow 
Richland 2 Child Development Center,Columbia, SC

Photo: 2015 Global Learning Fellows at the Cathedral of Lima

My eyes are wide open, despite landing in Cusco at 1:30 a.m. on a Saturday night. When we reach the city, the streets bustle with activity rivaling New York City. I’m ready to meet

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