The Global Education Conference founding sponsor is iEARN (International Education and Resource Network). iEARN is a non-profit organization made up of over 30,000 schools and youth organizations in more than 130 countries. iEARN empowers teachers and young people to work together online using the Internet and other new communications technologies. Over 2,000,000 students each day are engaged in collaborative project work worldwide.
|Global Campaign for Education-US
The Global Campaign for Education-US, a broad-based coalition of 56 organizations working to ensure equitable access to a quality Education for All worldwide. GCE-US believes that all young people have a right to an education and engages in campaigns, advocacy and other programs in the US to build support for Education for All. These programs include: Youth Advocacy Training, Global Education Expert Speaking Tours, global education curriculum development, film screenings, and Global Action Week. GCE-US is a member of the worldwide Global Campaign for Education, with coalitions in about 100 countries.
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VIF International Education builds global education programs that prepare students for success in an interconnected world. The VIF learning center features Global Gateway professional development and classroom resources. Teachers can customize their PD experience with flexible evidence uploads, create and share globally themed lesson plans at their convenience, and collaborate with a community of peers around the world.
For 14 years, the Intel® Teach Program has helped more than 10 million teachers around the world integrate technology into classrooms and promote student-centered approaches. Intel wants to support and continue the learning. Join Teachers Engage, our global online community of educators dedicated to transforming K–12 classrooms (free technology frequently given).
The Wonderment from Kidnected World is our first initiative—and it’s the first app of its kind. In the Wonderment, kids participate in collaborative creative experiences with other kids across the globe and turn their shared imagination and interaction into a currency backed by brands and donors to support social good projects benefitting kids around the world. It’s a place where kids can find their creative voice, connect it to others and use it to make a difference.
Flat Connections is about the world coming together to learn from and with each other. It is about connection, collaboration and co-construction. It includes technology infused challenge-based and project-based experiences across the globe through personalized approaches to learning for all. Flat Connections provides solutions to schools, educators, and many others anywhere to provide global learning opportunities through collaborative projects, live events and professional development. On-going support is provided for both global collaborations and specific projects customized to school needs.
The NEA Foundation is a public charity supported by contributions from educators' dues, corporate sponsors, and others. We support student success by helping public school educators work with key partners to build strong systems of shared responsibility.
AFS-USA (formerly the American Field Service), a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization, is a leader in intercultural learning and offers international exchange programs in more than 40 countries around the world through independent, nonprofit AFS Organizations, each with a network of volunteers, a professionally staffed office, and headed up by a volunteer board. We’ve been exchanging students throughout the world for more than 65 years. That’s six decades of history and experience in international education with an exemplary record of safety, security, and service to students, parents, and educators.
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|21st Century Schools
21st Century Schools provides professional staff development, curriculum design and consulting for the purposes of designing 21st century schools. We believe that the development of everything from policies to facilities to lesson plans should be guided by our compass roses, Critical Attributes of 21st Century Education and the Multiple Literacies for the 21st Century. (http://http://21stcenturyschoolsinternational.weebly.com/compass.html)
|Academia de Tecnologías Libres y Social Media - ATELIS
ATELIS es un proyecto educativo enfocado a la formación en tecnologías libres y social media a distancia, también presta servicios de consultoría, soporte técnico, implementación de software, formación de manera remota y presencial. Visión: ATELIS tiene como primicia ser el primer proyecto de formación en tecnologías libres y social media de Latinoamérica, a través del aprendizaje electrónico, facilitando la participación, inclusión y promoción del conocimiento a todas aquellas personas, profesionales deseen incursionar en el ámbito de las tecnologías libres y social media. Misión: ATELIS pretende abanderar su trabajo mediante la creación de alianzas estratégicas, con universidades, proyectos de desarrollo, expertos de reconocida experiencia y trayectoria tanto de Venezuela como Latinoamérica de esta manera garantizar la calidad de formación y prestación de servicios.
ACCESS envisions the empowerment of generations of leaders through education in order to inspire meaningful development in their own communities. ACCESS facilitates education and empathetic leadership development through initiatives that engage, inspire, and motivate youth to drive positive change, locally and globally.
|Adolescence Panorama Foundation
‘Adolescence Panorama Initiative’ is a service-providing, community-centric, development organization comprised of a multidisciplinary team of upwardly mobile professionals, who are linking services to broader concerns for adolescent health and overall development in indigenous cultures and societies. With an overarching mission to safeguard the well-being of adolescents in Nigeria and a mission of a nation of cultures and societies void of ills, we critically explore and tackle a whole gamut of sensitive development and sector-specific issues at the heart of adolescence, which encompass health inequities, marginalization, discrimination and all forms of human rights violations; providing educational support services for academic excellence, school enrollment and vocational empowerment as well as inculcating social intelligence and excellence by way of collaborating with communities and various stakeholders to impact positively and significantly on the general well-being of adolescents.
|Africa ICT Right
Africa ICT Right (AIR) is an ICT-oriented non-profit organization established in 2007 with its Headquarter in Ghana and run by a team of volunteers. AIR was established in order to address the critical need for Information and Communication Technology (ICT) infrastructure and training at school level in Ghana. AIR works with local communities to address this detriment through an integrated development programs that provide low-cost refurbished computers with relevant open source educational software, support and teacher training directed at schools and community centers especially in less privileged areas where the digital divide is at its greatest.
|Ahmadu Bello University
Ahmadu bello university a university which empowers the developers of tomorrow, we are always ahead.
|AIESEC Sierra Leone
Association Internationale des Etudiants en Sciences Economiques et Commerciales (AIESEC; pronounced aie-sec) is a global youth organization that develops leadership capabilities through their internal and external leadership programs and engages students and graduates in international student exchange and internship programs for profit and non-profit organizations. The acronym stands for International Economic and Commercial Sciences Students Association, however the acronym is no longer in use as it is outdated. Its international office is in Rotterdam, Netherlands.
|Algerian Association of Teachers of English ( AATE )
The Algerian Association of Teachers of English AATE brings together Algerian English teachers in conferences, training workshops, seminars, publishing newsletters, teaching documents, and materials to assist teachers in their career development. Members of the association are not only teachers, but also retired teachers, students, teacher-training institutions and departments of English language in universities.
|Alternative Education Resource Organization
AERO is a primary networker of educational alternatives around the world. It helps people find alternative for their children, in which to teach, and also helps people start new alternatives. It has an online bookstore, does consultations, and has an online course for school starters. It hosts an annual conference in various locations. This year's conference is from June 26-29 at LIU/Post on Long Island, near New York City. It features 60 workshops and 6 keynotes!
|American Council on the Teaching of Foreign Languages (ACTFL)
The American Council on the Teaching of Foreign Languages (ACTFL) is dedicated to the improvement and expansion of the teaching and learning of all languages at all levels of instruction. ACTFL is an individual membership organization of more than 12,000 language educators and administrators from elementary through graduate education, as well as government and industry. Since its founding in 1967, ACTFL has become synonymous with innovation, quality, and reliability in meeting the changing needs of language educators and their students. From the development of its Proficiency Guidelines, to its leadership role in the creation of national standards, ACTFL focuses on issues that are critical to the growth of both the profession and the individual teacher.
|American Institutes for Research
PowerUp WHAT WORKS is your free pathway to “anytime, anyplace” professional learning opportunities. If you are a teacher, principal, school leader, PD coordinator, or teacher educator, PowerUp offers you customizable resources to improve teaching and learning for struggling students and those with disabilities. It weaves together four key areas: Evidence-based practices; Common Core State Standards (CCSS); Technology in schools and classrooms; Personalization of learning through UDL and differentiated instruction.
|American School of Bombay
ASB delivers a dynamic educational program that encourages each student to achieve her or his highest potential. While ASB is a U.S. style school, the Indian setting and multi-national community, representing over 40 countries, brings children who have varied experiences together to learn in a rich and unique environment. Our Mission: We inspire all of our students to continuous inquiry, empowering them with the skills, courage, optimism, and integrity to pursue their dreams and enhance the lives of others.
Anatolia College is a private, non-profit educational institution in Thessaloniki, Greece. Anatolia College is an integrated educational community that features: An 550-pupil elementary school, a Greek high school that provides extensive instruction in English, an International Baccalaureate world school of 150 students and the NEASC-accredited college – The American College of Thessaloniki (ACT), offering Bachelor's degrees and an MBA program.
|Arkansas Association of Educational Administrators
AAEA was incorporated over 30 years ago with the goal of seeking continual improvement in the quality of education and educational leadership in Arkansas. To this end, AAEA has committed itself to supporting school leaders through legislative representation, advocacy and professional learning opportunities. The AAEA is an umbrella association with twelve constituent educational administrator organizations. All school administrators who are members of the AAEA are also members of at least one of the constituent organization
Art21 is a nonprofit contemporary art organization dedicated to introducing broad public audiences to today’s visual artists—stimulating critical reflection as well as conversation through the production of films, books, multimedia and Internet-based resources, educational programs, and special events.
ASDAN Education is a UK organization offering curriculum programmes and skills-based learning to young people in Britain and around the Globe. As a not-for-profit company, our ambition is to raise achievement and empower learners with skills for learning, skills for employment, skills for life. We offer dynamic, activity-based learning for students from age 7 upwards with both certification and qualification outcomes.
|Association of California School Administrators
The Association of California School Administrators was established in 1971. ACSA is the largest umbrella organization for school leaders in the nation, serving more than 16,000 school leaders. The mission of ACSA is to support California’s educational leaders; ensure all students have the essential skills and knowledge needed to excel; and champion public education. More than two dozen job-alike and issue-oriented councils and committees, a board of directors and a delegate assembly keep ACSA focused on school leadership and on education policy issues at the local, state and federal levels.
As an affiliate of the International Society for Technology in Education (ISTE), AzTEA has adopted and supports ISTE’s mission to empower learners to flourish in a connected world by cultivating a passionate professional learning community, linking educators and partners, leveraging knowledge and expertise, advocating for strategic policies, and continually improving learning and teaching. We believe that all learners, no matter their age, position, cultural, geographic, or socioeconomic situation, must participate in a robust digital learning environment to acquire the skills and knowledge to succeed in their choice of college and career. Our community of learners consists of everyone involved in a child’s education from the students, educational professionals, parents and the community as a whole. We further believe that: all learners are entitled to digital-age professionals who possess the skills and knowledge to implement personalized learning that is meaningful, challenging, and engaging curriculum. AzTEA believes that initial preparation of teachers, and their on-going professional learning, is key to providing professionals with the skills and knowledge to prepare learners for their future. We further believe that educators must be co-learners with their students and colleagues around the world.
|California School Library Association
California School Library Association is a professional association for California school teacher librarians and other school library personnel. The association advocates for excellence in school libraries, develops leaders in the school library field, and collaborates with other educational leaders to ensure that all California students are effective and responsible users and creators of ideas and information.
|Carrie Children's Foundation, Inc.
The Carrie Children's Foundation, Inc. is a 501 (c) 3 non-profit organization dedicated to support for families with children. Our services include; advocacy, tutoring in all subjects, homeschool support, mentoring, counseling and play therapy, and recreational activities. We specialize in support to children with special needs, however, all children are welcome.
|CEIP San Miguel
San Miguel Primary School is located in the metropolitan town of Armilla, in the heart of the Vega of Granada, about three kilometers from Granada’s city center, (Andalusia-South Spain). Armilla has got natural surroundings, including the Sierra Nevada and the Genil River. Our school centre teaches Preschool Education and Primary School Education, with 507 students and approximately 31 teachers. Most of our centre is equipped with digitalboards and some grades have got laptops, boosting ICT development within the Educative Community. The school disposes of early morning service for our students, a canteen and afterschool extracurricular activities. The number of immigrant residents in the province of Granada has been increasing since 2009, especially from China, Morocco, Romany and Latin America, which is directly reflected in the schools of Armilla and in which our school attends to, offering educational integration programs. Including students with educative needs, such as learning problems, is a priority for us. Due to this fact, San Miguel is one of the few centers which provide a special autism classroom, in which a specific program attends to students with such characteristics. Our school has been taking part in different european projects with eTwinning and Comenius; however our teachers started to work with other schools around the world in collaborative projects and, nowadays, we are interested in innovation in our curriculum.
|Center for Teaching Quality
The Center for Teaching Quality (CTQ) is a national nonprofit that’s transforming the teaching profession through the bold ideas and expert practices of teacher leaders. Join the movement at www.teachingquality.org.
|Centro de Estudios para la Equidad Social
Centro de Estudios para la Equidad Social is a think tank and an organization of social action which objective is to contribute to the success of processes of social transformation in Colombia. We are looking for equality and social inclusion of population under vulnerability conditions in all the regions in our country. Our activities, on one hand, are oriented to the strengthening of State institutions involved in the generation and application of policies for improving life standards of such population and, on the other hand, to the empowering and the strengthening of communities and civil society organizations. All these activities pretend to be useful for social justice from a wide perspective that takes into account the differences and particularities of each social group.
|Centro Universitario Haller
El Centro Universitario Haller tiene el firme compromiso en educar a la juventud para así buscar siempre un equilibrio en las necesidades sociales y que este no sea sólo de nuestro país, sino de los diferentes paises del mundo, así como buscar la verdad y el bien común, fundando siempre su Filosofía Institucional y Modelo Educativo.
The main aim of the International Journal of Library Science™ (ISSN 0975 – 7546) is to publish refereed, well-written original research articles, and studies that describe the latest research and developments in the area of library Science and information. This is a broad-based journal covering all area of library Science, technology, information and interdisciplinary research. The library science is an interdisciplinary field that applies the practices, perspectives and tools of management, information technology, education and other areas to libraries. The collection, organization, preservation, and dissemination of information resources; and the political economy of information are also included in library science.International Journal of Library Science (IJLS) is a peer-reviewed journal and published two times in a year.
|Children and Youth in Development Organization
The Mission of Children and Youth in Development Organization is to Advocate and Defend the Rights of the Child and Promote better living condition for the most Vulnerable Children at Risk in the entire country. We also seek to give Children the Opportunity to Education and Child Development for future sustainability.
|Church-Based and Community-Centered Higher Education
Building bridges to link the global and local in a higher education revolution that touches the heart, head, and hands.
|Colegiul National Al. Odobescu
The school has 1000 students. Expertise as: computer science, natural sciences and languages.
|Committee on Teaching About the United Nations (CTAUN)
CTAUN, composed of educators and NGO representatives, organizes conferences at the United Nations and other locations on topics such as human rights, literacy, peace, sustainability, poverty and development, showcasing the UN's work. Much of what the United Nations does seems far removed from the world in which the average student lives; connections between local and global affairs have been neither clear nor compelling. The challenge of translating the United Nations’ resources, accomplishments and potentials into the curricula of schools lies with our educators. CTAUN exists to engage educators and support them through a variety of programs, including annual conferences.
|Common Sense Media
Common Sense Media is dedicated to improving the lives of kids and families by providing the trustworthy information, education, and independent voice they need to thrive in a world of media and technology. We aim to empower schools with complementary programs to help students harness the power of technology for learning and life.
|Congreso Virtual Mundial de e-Learning
El Congreso Virtual Mundial de e-Learning es el primero en su tipo. No solo marcará una tendencia sino también se convertirá en un referente diario para todos aquellos profesionales y educandos ligados e interesados en y a la Educación a distancia.
CoSN (the Consortium for School Networking) is the premier professional association for district technology leaders. For over two decades, CoSN has provided leaders with the management, community building, and advocacy tools essential for success. Today, the CoSN community represents nine million students in school districts nationwide and continues to grow as a powerful and influential voice in K-12 education. - See more at: http://www.cosn.org/about-cosn#sthash.dChVyeiZ.dpuf
|Country Day World School
Country Day World School is committed to preparing young people for a lifetime of discovery and learning. The World School program, with best in class curriculum, is a unique program for a limited number of qualified students. It is designed to socially and intellectually prepare students for high school and college. A rigorous educational program promotes academic excellence and teaches students to think and learn both independently and cooperatively. The curriculum is demanding, but flexible enough to accommodate individual learning styles and interests. Teachers in our learning community are innovative and creative, inside and outside the classroom, and students are encouraged to strive to reach their full potential in all that they do. Offering a small liberal-arts college atmosphere, students are respected as important participants by the faculty as they research issues, debate ideas, and present their work.
|County Library George Baritiu Brasov
The County Library “George Baritiu” Brasov is well regarded as an important education, information and community resource for people of all ages, active in bringing new technologies to its patrons, offering dozens of electronic resources, computer equipment and training for adults and children, assistive reading devices and online services.
Creative Commons is a nonprofit organization that enables the sharing and use of creativity and knowledge through free legal tools. Our free, easy-to-use copyright licenses provide a simple, standardized way to give the public permission to share and use your creative work — on conditions of your choice. CC licenses let you easily change your copyright terms from the default of “all rights reserved” to “some rights reserved.” Creative Commons licenses are not an alternative to copyright. They work alongside copyright and enable you to modify your copyright terms to best suit your needs.
Computer-Using Educators, Inc. is a nonprofit educational corporation founded in 1978. CUE's goal is to advance student achievement through technology in all disciplines from preschool through college. With an active current membership of thousands of educational professionals, CUE supports many regional affiliates and Special Interest Groups. CUE Conferences are California’s premier educational technology events. CUE is the largest organization of its type in the west and one of the largest in the United States. Our members are important and as a value-added benefit, members are invited to participate in programs aimed at promoting and highlighting their success and achievements and furthering the mission of CUE.
|Debate Ghana Association
The Association is a young and vibrant organization set up under the Laws of Ghana as an Civil Organisation and is an Educational Honor Society poised to wholly promote amongst Ghanaian youth (students) democratic process such as debate, public speaking, oratory, moot courts and literary arts in order to create the platform for ‘‘consolidating the voice of the youth through intellectual freedom.
|Development Initiative for South Asians
DISA, a venture of global virtual platform established by the group of devoted development professionals as a resource portal for the social development sector of South Asia. DISA works to connect the development professionals as well as organizations to leverage opportunities and communicate faster to deliver the results. Our work is guided by our objective ‘Discover, Connect and Share for the Better World in South Asian perspective’.
|Dirección Universitaria de Educación a Distancia
La Dirección Universitaria de Educación a Distancia - DUED de la Universidad Alas Peruanas - UAP, ha sido constituida para brindar servicios de educación universitaria en la modalidad de Educación a Distancia, siendo sus ejes centrales el respeto por la persona y la democratización del acceso a la educación superior universitaria para aquellos ciudadanos que no pueden o no desean acceder a la educación presencial. Consideramos la educación como un instrumento fundamental en el desarrollo del individuo, de sus familias y de su comunidad, es por ello que compartimos con ustedes las razones que nos impulsan a seguir trabajando en mejorar y hacer llegar la educación a través de la modalidad a distancia.
|Each One - Teach One Alliance for Academic Access, Achievement & Success
Our mission is to work with inner city youth through a number of community collaborations, to improve their academic performance in mathematics, science and technology, in order to ensure higher levels of Access, Achievement and Success in the most prestigious colleges and universities throughout our country. Our Vision: To see dramatic improvements in the number of underrepresented college students who pursue careers in science and technology. We want to build transformative images in the mindset of our youth, that promote and encourage a tactical shift beyond being mere technology consumers, to being technology creators, facilitators, and shareholders.
|EARCOS-East Asia Regional Council of Schools
The East Asia Regional Council of Schools is an organization of 130 member schools in East Asia. These schools have a total of more than 96,306 pre-K to 12th grade students. EARCOS also has 148 associate members— textbook and software publishers and distributors, universities, financial planners, architectural firms, insurance companies, youth organizations, etc— and over 31 individual members. Membership in EARCOS is open to elementary and secondary schools in East Asia which offer an educational program using English as the primary language of instruction, and to other organizations, institutions, and individuals interested in the objectives and purposes of the Council.
|Earl Center for Learning and Innovation - Wheelock College
The Earl Center for Learning and Innovation is the learning and curriculum resource center of Wheelock College. For over 125 years Wheelock College has been educating teachers, social workers and other students in the helping professions. The motto of Wheelock is Making the world better for children and families. In this vein the Earl Center strives to support the students, faculty and the Wheelock community in exploring, inventing and learning in a facility that ranges in activities from makerspace to curriculum center.
|Earth Charter Center for Education for Sustainable Development
The Earth Charter is a universal expression of ethical principles to foster sustainable development. The Earth Charter Initiative is the global network that embraces, uses and integrates the Earth Charter principles. Part of this global Network is the Earth Charter Center for Education for Sustainable Development, who is in charge of developing educational activities related wtih the Earth Charter, and is also part of the Earth Charter International Secretariat.
Ed-Links-Morocco aims to promote Language education by connecting students, teachers and supervisors to useful resources. Ed-Links-Morocco suggests annotated links to educational web sites containing lesson plans, curriculum resource materials, teaching tools, continuous assessment item banks as well as tutorials for the injection of ICT into on-going learning/teaching/supervisory practices. .
EdSurge is the fastest growing news source for the latest on education-technology entrepreneurship. We aim to bridge the gap between educators and developers of edtech products. We publish two weekly newsletters on the latest in education technology. On our site you can read independent commentaries on the latest edtech products. Join in - we need you and your expertise. We're all about learning.
EdTechReview (ETR) is a community of and for everyone involved in education technology to connect and collaborate both online and offline to discover, learn, utilize and share about the best ways technology can improve learning, teaching, and leading in the 21st century.
|Education Beyond Borders
Education Beyond Borders is a non-profit, non-denominational NGO devoted to closing the global education divide through teacher professional development and community education. Our organization focuses on the building of teacher leaders as the key to quality education for all. We facilitate the movement for educators and advocates for education to do our part in supporting our colleagues and their students in disadvantaged regions here at home and around the world.
|European Youth Information Agency
The innovative network project, Youth Information Agency. Young people aged 13 to 26 years use of new technologies for the activity of journalism: news, radio, tv. The project is a free and independent. Preferred values: positive, creative, solidarity.
|Excellence in Education Journal
The mission and goal of the EEJ is to promote scholarly writing about practices in education of children and adults worldwide and to share this writing in a free, open access, online journal format. We encourage teachers, professors, and other professionals worldwide to write or produce other electronic media about practices that promote the improvement of education. Submissions are double-blind, peer reviewed and are accepted year round with publication occurring annually in the spring.
Flat Connections provides resources, skills, strategies and access to learning about the world, with the world. 'Flat' learning is a multi-modal approach to learning with and from others in a global capacity. There is no hierarchy of learning as such - all voices are equal, there is no one dominant group delivering the information to another group. More importantly, 'flat' learning is about being able to work with others at a distance as well as in person. Flat Connections is about connection, collaboration and co-construction. It includes technology infused challenge-based and project-based experiences across the globe through personalized approaches to learning for all. Led by global educator and teacehrpreneur, Julie Lindsay, Flat Connections joins learners with the purpose of 'learning while doing' in a global context. This includes global collaborative projects K-12, teacher professional development and live workshops and conference events.
|Focal Point Global
Focal Point Global is a nonprofit organization that fosters global partnerships amongst youth through educational technology.
Foundations, Inc. is a nonprofit, 501(c)(3) organization committed to improving educational experiences for America's children and youth – throughout the day, everywhere they learn. As the resource for building educational capacity, Foundations meets the unique needs of our clients with a wide range of services and products. Our Center for Afterschool and Expanded Learning supports K-12 educators in making out-of-school time a dynamic time for learning and healthy development through professional development and technical assistance. Our school services include school design and development, technical assistance, curriculum enhancement, instructional coaching and mentoring, and comprehensive business services.
Fusión Vida es una institución que brinda conferencias, seminarios, talleres y capacitaciones a docentes y estudiantes en el país de Guatemala...
|Game-Based Learning NYC
GBLNYC is a meetup/community in New York City that brings together professional and enthusiasts that share an interest in game-based learning. GBLNYC has over 500 members and hosts monthly events ranging from networking socials, educational game demonstrations, expert presentations, and game design workshops. We have partnered with BrainPOP, NYU's Game Center, and Teach for America, among others. We can be found on twitter @Play2LearnNYC.
|GameTrain Learning, Inc.
GameTrain Learning, Inc. is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization whose mission is to promote game-based learning in education. Our programs include: professional development workshops for teachers on various game-based learning topics, curriculum and lesson design featuring game-based learning pedagogy, and educational game design, including design of educational alternate reality games and online/mobile educational games. We also conduct research in the area of game-based learning.
GenerationOn is the global youth service movement igniting the power of all kids to make their mark on the world. As Points of Light’s youth service enterprise, generationOn inspires, equips and mobilizes youth to take action through generationOn service clubs, schools, youth organizations, campaigns and youth leadership initiatives. It also provides tools and resources to youth, families and educators to help kids change the world and themselves through service. To learn more about how to get involved, visit www.generationon.org.
|Georgia Distance Learning Association
The Georgia Distance Learning Association (GADLA)is a nonprofit association formed to promote the development and application of distance learning for education and training. GADLA is a state chapter of the United States Distance Learning Association.
|Ghayarni Shokran Initiative
Unlocking Potentials & Enhancing Community: This short phrase sums up the mission of our initiative..We are trying to improve Youth thoughts and discover their potentials in order to help them use these potentials in serving their community and in changing the Whole World. And also our initiative is aiming to improve Leadership Capabilities in Youth...We believe that we will have the best Leaders that could change the world.
|Global Media Foundation
GLomeF is a human right media advocacy foundation serving as a vibrant voice for the voiceless in society
Global Buddy connects schools in developed and developing countries to promote cultural understanding and global friendships. Students can interact with peers across the world through video calls, text chat and interactive activities. Global Buddy is a student-run organization based on the principle of peer support: students reaching out to students.
|Global Nomads Group
We, Global Nomads Group, are a collection of people committed to fostering dialogue and understanding among the world’s youth. Bridging culture gaps and shattering misconceptions, we work at the intersection of cultural exchange, international education, and conflict resolution.We design and facilitate virtual exchange programs that connect young people focusing on one of three tracks: civic engagement, media literacy, and science,technology, engineering, math (STEM).
|Global Oneness Project
The Global Oneness Project produces and distributes films, media, and educational materials that challenge us to rethink our relationship to the world. Our education program offers tool to become deeply engaged with the issues and ideas raised in our film and media content. Through our materials, we provide effective ways for educators to introduce global themes, environmental issues, and multi-cultural awareness into their established course curricula.
|Great Public Schools Network
The Great Public Schools Network is a place where teachers, parents, school support professionals, and community members share ideas and resources to improve student success. It is free and open to all!
|Green Youth Generation
Green Youth Generation, a Youth-Led NGO working on Human Resource Development, Youth Affairs & Sports, Health & Family Welfare, Agriculture & Allied Industries Development, Environment & Forests, Rural Develop., Science & Technology and Communication & IT.
|Highland Park Independent School District
The Highland Park Independent School District’s Global Connections Program promotes the development of globally competent students prepared to live and lead in a diverse and interconnected world.
Homely Planet is an internet radio network producing and developing programmes in Northern Ireland and with global partners to assist cultural relations through education & exchange initiatives. Homely Planet's vision is to show how we as a race of people representing different cultures & traditions contribute in a more positive way to the economic and social status of society when we respect & have a better understanding of each others' diversity. www.homelyplanet.org. Homely Planet is managed by the organization, Beyond Skin.
|IESTP Simón Bolivar
El Instituto de Educación Superior Tecnológico Público “Simón Bolívar”, debe su existencia a la visión que tuvieron pobladores, dirigentes vecinales, autoridades municipales y distinguidas personalidades de la Provincia Constitucional del Callao por el año de 1975, quienes conjuntamente gestionaron la creación de un centro estatal de estudios superiores, para atender la necesidad de profesionalizar a miles de jóvenes egresados de concluían su educación secundaria y que además no tenían la disponibilidad de seguir estudios superiores en su Provincia.
The mission of the International Association for K-12 Online Learning (iNACOL) is to ensure all students have access to a world-class education and quality blended and online learning opportunities that prepare them for a lifetime of success. iNACOL is a non-profit organization focused on research; developing policy for student-centered education to ensure equity and access; developing quality standards for emerging learning models using online, blended, and competency-based education; and supporting the ongoing professional development of classroom, school, district and state leaders for new learning models.
|Institute for Humane Education (IHE)
The Institute for Humane Education (IHE) is a nonprofit educational organization headquartered in Surry, Maine. Founded in 1996, it offers graduate degree programs, online courses, workshops, summer institutes and an award-winning online resource center. Humane education approaches human rights, environmental preservation and animal protection as interconnected global issues. Through IHE programs, students and participants gain the knowledge, tools and motivation to become “solutionaries” for a healthy, peaceful and sustainable world for all people, animals and the planet.
|Instituto Superior San Bartolomé
Instituto Superior San Bartolomé is a leading institution in training Teachers of English and Translators in Rosario, Argentina.
The INTENT team is a group of European educators who have received funding from the EU for a project which aims to raise greater awareness among students, educators and decision makers of the value of online intercultural exchange in foreign language education at university level.
|Inter-American Teachers Education Network (ITEN) of the Organization of American States (OAS)
ITEN is a professional network of leaders in education in the Americas who are interested in sharing knowledge, experiences and good practices in the teaching profession. Based on a Strategy of horizontal cooperation, ITEN provides a space for interaction for all the teachers of the Americas. With about 60 million teachers in the world, this professional community is the largest of its kind. The Inter-American Teacher Education Network is an initiative of Section of Human Development and Education of the Department of Human Development, Education and Employment (DHDEE) of the Executive Secretariat for Integral Development (SEDI) of the Organization of American States (OAS).
|International Child Art Foundation
Since 1997 the International Child Art Foundation (ICAF) has served American children and their international counterparts together as their arts and creativity organization. We employ the power of the arts to nurture creativity and develop empathy—since creativity and empathy are preconditions for a just, prosperous, and nonviolent future.
|IREX- Teachers for Global Classrooms Program
IREX is an international nonprofit organization providing thought leadership and innovative programs to promote positive lasting change globally. The Teachers for Global Classrooms (TGC) Program provides a professional development opportunity for middle and high school teachers from the United States to participate in a program aimed at globalizing teaching and learning in their classrooms. TGC is funded by the Bureau of Educational and Cultural Affairs at the U.S. Department of State and implemented by IREX.
The iSchool Initiative vision is to revolutionize the American education system through technology and promote a new, creative culture of lifelong learning. To motivate teachers and administrators while also acclimating them to the Digital Learning Revolution (DLR), iSchool Initiative (iSi) first introduced the students-teaching-teachers approach to Professional Development (PD). This technique supplies answers as to why more technology should be incorporated in the classroom while simultaneously instructing teachers how to optimally use mobile devices.
|IVECA International Virtual Schooling
The IVECA Center for International Virtual Schooling is a non-profit organization with headquarters in the United States. The Center helps teachers easily join IVECA, which integrates international interaction into their school curricula seamlessly. The framework of the curriculum integration is based on a proven doctoral study at the University of Virginia on developing intercultural competence. Intercultural Virtual Exchange of Classroom Activities (IVECA) is an online classroom exchange program in which K-12 school students in different countries share what they study and everyday life through a Web platform. The communication and collaboration can occur asynchronously through text messages, images, and video clips as well as synchronously through the video-conferencing. It aims to produce inter-culturally competent 21st century global citizens who are capable of understanding and reconciling cultural diversity, utilizing knowledge and information, and working collaboratively with people in different cultures using different languages.
|Joginpally B R Engineering College
An admiration in the field of Engineering education, Joginpally B.R.Engineering College, a part of the visionary Sri J.Bhaskaro Rao’s accomplishment, observed its inception in the year 2002 with the lofty aim of providing quality professional education and meeting the rising expectations of the student community in Andhra Pradesh. J.B.R Educational Society has been working relentlessly towards the objective of achieving excellence in the fields of Engineering, Medicine, Management, Hospitality and Information Technology.
This is a FREE, asynchronous, online education conference open to EVERYONE. It is organized by educators for educators around the world interested in integrating emerging technologies into classroom practice. A goal of the conference (among several) is to help educators make sense of and meet the needs of a continually changing learning landscape. During the October conference each year, presentations are posted to our conference blog. The conference begins with a pre-conference keynote followed by two weeks of daily presentations. 40 presentations are published in four different strands, with four presentations posted per day. Since the conference is asynchronous you don't need to worry about time zones. View the presentations on-demand whenever it's convenient for you. Archived conference presentations from previous years are also available and accessible from the navigation links (organized by year) at the top of our blog. Our WONDERFUL keynote speakers and strand presenters make our conference an outstanding and ongoing learning experience for educators worldwide. Many schools and districts use these recordings throughout the year to provide professional development for their teachers by viewing them together and extending the experience with discussion, hands-on time and action planning. The K12 Online Conference is a total volunteer effort and is envisioned, planned and implemented by 4 co-convenors, several volunteers who also serve as organizers, and a fabulous group of volunteer presenters.
|Kaswesha Community Resource center
Our academy is Cisco networking academy offering Cisco IT Essential certificate assisting the most advantageous members of the community who can't make it to Universities and big institutions.
Know.Do.Serve.Learn (KDSL) offers Global Educational Collaboration Services and the mission is: to partner with education organizations worldwide in order to increase student achievement, teacher knowledge, and education leadership.
Kansas National Association of Multicultural Education (KS-NAME) has been organized to operate exclusively for charitable, benevolent, scientific, literary, cultural and educational purposes, including but not limited to: advancing a philosophy of inclusion that embraces the basic tenets of cultural pluralism; promoting cultural and ethnic diversity; fostering equity for all regardless of race, ethnicity, color, national origin, ancestry, gender, sexual orientation, religion, age, socioeconomic status, marital status, language, disability, or immigration status; promoting professional and social exchanges between persons with an interest in multicultural education from all academic disciplines and from diverse educational institutions and occupations; and representing and addressing the needs of the multicultural education community.
Kyusa is a registered NGO in Uganda that empowers youth especially school dropouts to turn their passions into sustainable careers. This is done through the development of skills in ICT, employable skills as well as entrepreneurship. This is coupled with free online learning, career based mentoring and apprenticeship. At the end of the program, the youth are empowered to start their own ventures and equipped to thrive in the labour market.90% of the youth that go through the program are able to successfully launch and scale their ventures with in three to six months after the program.
|Learning Choices Network
Based in Buffalo, NY and established in October 2013, the Learning Choices Network is a group of educators, community advocates, parents, and business people in Western New York seeking workable solutions for educational choice. Our mission is to create, facilitate, and promote alternative opportunities for authentic learning in the local community. Our goals include the following: To expand and understand the ways in which we learn and teach; To provide meaningful lifelong educational alternatives for our community; To foster a collaborative environment for engaging teachers, community educators, parents, and students.
|Liberia Education Project, Inc.
The Liberia Education Project believes education as the key to unlock the potentials of our young people, is in short supply in Liberia due to 14 years of civil war, especially for those disadvantaged and underprivileged young boys and girls in the towns and villages. Therefore, we organize ourselves to provide quality and affordable education to the needy and forgotten children in the villages and street corners of Liberia.
|Light Way Schools
The mission of Light Way Schools is to co-create a world-wide network of consciousness-based learning environments which fully support our children in reaching their unlimited potential within a self-sustaining community built on trust, joy, harmony, love and peace. Light Way Schools guides parents in the design and implementation of alternative and democratic home schooling programs through our Empowered Parents, Inspired Children course, known as E.P.I.C.
LINEglobal partners educators in the USA with educators in India to promote cultural understanding, curriculum development, school reform, innovation and professional growth.
Our Mission: To empower young people to author lives of independence, hope, and joy. LitWorld is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization creating permanent positive change in the world. We implement on-the-ground innovative solutions to the hard-to-tackle challenge of illiteracy worldwide. The combined power of children’s own stories + access to diverse reading/writing experiences + peer to peer and adult mentor relationships = productive and transformational literacy. We work in close and trusting partnerships with locally based, grassroots organizations to build sustainable outcomes for young people around the world.
|Loudoun County Public Schools
Loudoun County Public Schools is a school district that promotes collaboration and implements it in its schools. Starting with the 2009-2010 school year, LCPS established a new initiative, The Power of Everyone, through which students, teachers, classrooms and schools find collaboration opportunities at the national and international level. We are thrilled to be working with students and professionals from around the world, and are looking forward to contribute to the Global Education Conference!
В 1998 году в связи с модернизацией и задачами многопрофильности образования, физико-математическая школа № 1030 была преобразована в Лицей 1557 и в этом статусе функционирует по настоящее время, сохранив углубленное обучение по математике и физике. Первой ступенью профильного обучения в Лицее является предпрофильная подготовка учащихся в 8-9 классах, отбор в которые происходит по результатам вступительных экзаменов. На этом этапе выявляются способности учащихся к обучению по программам углубленного изучения физики и математики. Вторая ступень – организация системы обучения по индивидуальным учебным планам. Обучение по индивидуальным учебным планам позволяет реализовать каждому учащемуся личные интересы при подготовке к выбору будущей профессии. Изучение тех углубленных курсов, которые ему нужно будет сдавать в институт, сроки их прохождения, личные пожелания в реализации индивидуального учебного плана помогают ему подготовиться к вступительным экзаменам на выбранную специальность. За годы работы Лицея с ИУП возникла необходимость дифференцируемого подхода к разделению учащихся по группам по математике и физике, которая реализуется в 9-х классах. Разделение по группам происходит по рейтинговым баллам, которые учащиеся набирают в 9 классе в течение всего года по результатам срезовых работ. Разделение на дифференцированные группы по физике и математике обусловлено также решением одной из важных задач, которая стоит перед всеми образовательными учреждениями: повышение качества математического и физического образования учащихся на основе преемственности общего среднего и высшего профессионального образования.
Massachusetts Computer Using Educators (MassCUE) is the state’s leading organization for educators with a passion for technology in education. Starting as a grassroots organization 32 years ago with 15 teachers meeting in a school library, we have grown to 750+ active members and 100+ corporate members. We host New England’s premier annual technology conference at Gillette Stadium with over 1,800 attendees, major national keynote speakers, 150 different breakout sessions, 120 vendor hall, student showcase and more. We provide a wide range of professional development, partner to host events with like-minded organizations (MA Superintendents, MA School Libraries), and support local special interest groups. We are the state’s educational technology leaders dedicated to providing an innovative, strategic vision of the future of educational technology.
McREL is a nationally recognized nonprofit, nonpartisan education, research, and development organization that is dedicated to improving education for all students. Since 1966, we’ve turned knowledge about what works in education into practical guidance, products, and services for educators. In addition to our headquarters in Denver, Colorado, McREL has offices in Honolulu, Hawai’i and Melbourne, Australia.
|Mediterranean Center for Innovation in Education
The Mediterranean Center for Innovation in Education is a think thank dedicated to fostering rich dialogue, networking and innovative practice in international schools across the Mediterranean region. Based in Sotogrande, on the western tip of Spain’s beautiful Costa del Sol, it holds a variety of workshops, institutes and idea summits that fuse cutting edge research with innovative educational trends and paradigms. Participants in one of the Center’s institutes have the chance to interact with engaging and exciting educational ideas — such as the infusion of 21st century coaching and mentoring, game-based learning theory, blended learning, teacher-led action research, and visible thinking — as well as join a cohort of colleagues from other international schools. The Center facilitates ongoing dialogue and collaboration after the conclusion of all its activities, through a hosted digital platform that keeps cohorts connected and networking to continue the transformation of their practice.
Megaconference Jr. is an international program designed to give students in K-20 schools around the world the opportunity to communicate, collaborate and contribute to each other's learning in real time, using advanced multi-point video conferencing technology. Vj teams and their interactive partners develop and share activities focused on both academic and cultural issues. The teams collaborate with geographically diverse peers on authentic learning activities, thus building international cultural awareness. Megaconference Jr. is hosted by volunteers from around the world and produced by Chester County Intermediate Unit, MAGPI at the University of Pennsylvania, North Dakota State University, The Ohio State University, and Internet2.
Melibee Global aims to elevate the discussion about education abroad, culture, diversity and the lifelong path to global citizenship by offering trailblazing tools, speakers and professional development for the global education and travel communities.Melibee is a combination of the founder’s given name Melissa, which means “bee”. (Meli + bee.) As a person who has traveled a lot, I relate to the idea that bees travel, pick up pollen (information) and drop it off in a new location. That is very much what I hope Melibee is – a place for sharing information.
|Mesa Public Library
The Mesa Public Library has many services both in-house and online to support homeschooling. Homeschool groups can come for tours of the libraries, work on research projects, use our computers, and attend classes and activities geared for children of all ages. Mesa Public Library cardholders can access our online databases for research, entertainment, or edification purposes. Many of the databases we subscribe to are used in colleges but are free for our patrons. We look forward to showing you all the free services available at the Mesa Public Library!
Our mission is to equip every primary and elementary teacher to give children their first fluent foreign language. Our resources use Esperanto because it is six times more learner-friendly than the next best choice and gives access to several dozen hugely diverse cultures, setting children up to be successful life-long language-learners and active global citizens.
Natural Math places the maker approach at the center of its mathematics education philosophy. Our motto: “Make math your own, to make your own math.” Natural Math has more than a decade of proven track record in curriculum and experience design, grant-supported and commercial R&D, national and international leadership among Math Circles, and building online communities for mathematical education.
|New Global Citizens
Using dynamic and innovative curriculum, NGC is preparing a generation of students that will face history’s biggest global challenges. NGC equips students with critical skills in creative thinking, problem solving, collaboration, and systems thinking. Students and teachers engage with NGC through in-depth curriculum, professional development, and afterschool programs. Programs are not only aligned with Common Core Standards and 21st Century Skills, they are engaging and relevant to issues in which students are interested.
|New Life Theological Seminary Ghana
New Life Theological Seminary is a Tertiary level Theological Education Institution that trains men and women for Leadership role in church and society.
|O-MUN Online Model United Nations
O-MUN is the world's first fully online Model United Nation's program, a free program open to high school students anywhere in the world.Leveraging social media, collaborative online tools, and innovative uses of virtual classrooms, O-MUN is able to replicate traditional MUN activities, build global community, and provide meaningful leadership opportunities for youth around the world. O-MUN has recently launched its university level program, uniO-MUN, and a middle school program is in the works. O-MUN is working to democratize MUN by increasing this academic program's reach, advancing new levels of inclusiveness, and aggressively promoting social media best practices as an educational tool.
|OAS Inter-American Teacher Education Network (ITEN)
The Inter-American Teacher Education Network (ITEN), an initiative of the Department of Human Development, Education and Culture of the Organization of American States (OAS). ITEN is a Professional Network of leaders in Education in the Americas who would like to share knowledge, experiences, research and good practices in the field of teacher education. Based on a strategy of collaboration among countries, ITEN provides a space for interaction to all teacher education stakeholders in the region. La Red Interamericana de Educación Docente (RIED)es una iniciativa del Departamento de Desarrollo Humano, Educación y Cultura de la Organización de los Estados Americanos. La RIED es una red de líderes en Educación de las Américas que quieren compartir conocimiento, experiencias, investigaciones y buenas prácticas en el campo de la educación docente. Basada en una estrategia de cooperación entre países, la RIED provee un espacio de interacción para todos los actores en educación docente en la región.
650+ Local community of inter-disciplinary technology startup focused entrepreneurs
|OMEP (World Organisation for Early Childhood) Cameroon Preparatory Committee
OMEP (World Organisation for Early Childhood ) Preparatory Committee is working for the rights of children by education, health and research. We are member of a worldwide organisation OMEP. We are conducting project in Cameroon: WASH, ESD (Education for Sustainable Development), Education by Quality, Pilot of Early Childhood Indigenous Curriculum of Africa in Cameroon, Encouraging interexchange between schools...
|One More Generation
We are a nonprofit founded by two kids who are trying to educate the next generation of leaders about the need to clean up our environment. One More Generation (OMG) uses educational resources to help students understand the need to get involved with cleaning the environment.
OneAfricanChild is a non profit initiative founded primarily to aide children on the African soil into realizing their true identity and place in the society they belong. We serve by executing community projects that seeks to educate and transform the lives of children through sustainable empowerment.
|Opportunities For Africans
Opportunities For Africa (OFA) is an Opportunities Aggregating Portal that seeks to connect Africans to the latest Opportunities such as Internships, Scholarships, Fellowships, Contests, Grants, Prizes, and Other Life Changing Opportunities and Resources. OFA was created with the aim of helping Africans achieve their potential by seizing the latest opportunities around the Globe.
|Peace and Conflict Resolution (PCR
Vulnerable persons ( victims of war and violence) we are serving need your service, here in Eastern of D.R.Congo, we have few groups; like displaced, young single mothers with thier Children fatherless (the victims of sexually abuse and war), and Vulnerable Children. We are focusing on Peace education and physical support
|Phobjikha Middle Secondary school
This school is a government school in the small valley of Himalayan Kingdom, Bhutan. Located at an altitude of 10,000 feet above sea level. The school has classes Pre Primary to Tenth standard with boarding facilities for children from far off places. Currently there are 550 students.
|Prince George's County Public Schools
Prince George’s County Public Schools (PGCPS), one of the nation’s 25 largest school districts, has 204 schools, approximately 124,000 students and nearly 18,000 employees. The district serves a diverse student population from urban, suburban and rural communities. PGCPS is nationally recognized for its innovative programs and initiatives, including the expansion of Advanced Placement courses and partnerships with businesses and institutions of higher learning. Prince George's County Public Schools was awarded the Distinguish Education Program award by Apple, Inc. for the successful implementation of the Transforming Education Through Digital Learning (TEDL) initiative in 2013.
|Professionals For Humanity (PROFOH)
PROFOH Education is a non profit humanitarian organization that has furthered the education of thousands of African children by conducting on the ground elementary school service projects to improve school facilities, provide student and teacher supplies, financial assistance, over 100 local scholarships awarded, immunized over 10,000 primary school children against polio, , two primary schools renovated, facilitated international scholarships and competition.
RASNO - is a group of enterprising young people who take an active role and are ready to directly participate in the design and implementation of projects related to the transformation of the system of education and science of the Russian Federation.
ROI Association activates communities to facilitate a sustainable development through innovative educational, cultural and leadership programs in Romania.
|Roots School System
Roots School System RSS is an ISO 9001:2008 certified private sector independent educational system styled on the modern educational system of international standards, specially designed to meet the requirement of the students to meet the challenges by involving the three E's approach.
|Run This Way For a World Without Violence
Run This Way is a free project design to support nonviolent activities in elementary and high school across the world from September 21 (International Peace Day) including October 2 (International Nonviolence Day) to October 14. Run This Way are a series of races organizes by schools to support nonviolent educational program for news generations throughout the world and support peace conflict resolution practices. In 2011, 16,000 students participates in the programm from schools : in Canada, in Irland, in United States, in France, in Equator, in Argentina and Liberia.
|School Library Association of New South Wales
The Association was formed in April, 1964 as the School Library Association of New South Wales (SLANSW) with founding president John Hirst.The focus was to provide a professional organisation for all people engaged or interested in school libraries. The Association changed its name to the Australian School Library Association (New South Wales) Inc. in 1995. Its vision was to promote, maintain, and sustain the central role of school libraries and its professional staff in improving student achievement.Its mission promotes the learning and teaching of young people through inquiry-based constructivist strategies that integrate digital and traditional learning resources.
|School No22 Galati
It is a public school with many performance in educational field. The teachers are active persons that love to study and to apply everything that is new in the educational domain consistent with the children skills.
|Scoala Nr. 1 Hulubesti
School. 1 Hulubesti is located in Dâmbovita, Romania.
SeaTrust Institute is an environmental research and educational nonprofit organization. Our project teams are actively working on environmental science and policy issues both locally and globally, placing SeaTrust Institute in a position to provide grassroots knowledge and information to the international decision arena, and global knowledge in a usable context at community levels. Internationally, climate change and health are key focal issues for our work within the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC). Local projects providing climate change and health adaptation assistance to regions with low adaptive capacity are a link to exchanging knowledge while bringing local voices into the larger conversation. Our research, educational, and climate change adaptation programs are customized for different regions and climatic conditions including sea level rise, drought, floods and extreme weather events. Educational program include university internships, AWARE (Action Within a Resilient Environment) for pre-college age students, and professional classes.
|Shepherd's Little Lambs Nursery and Day Care Center
We are a pre-school with an enrollment of 76 children. Our school takes in children 0-6 yrs. All children stay with their parents except 11 of them who are ophaned and stay in the home of the Director.
|South Orange Middle School Library
South Orange Middle School Library serves over 700 students in the South Orange and Maplewood School District in South Orange NJ. We serve a diverse population of students from over 70 countries and we in the process of becoming a IB school.
|Springside Chestnut Hill Academy`
At Springside Chestnut Hill Academy we educate students to be innovative leaders, breakthrough thinkers, and imaginative problem solvers. We challenge students to learn in powerful new ways, engage in active inquiry, hone skills of creative and analytic thinking, and celebrate the joy of discovery. Through a rigorous college-preparatory program grounded in project- and passion-based learning, we prepare our students for their future as active learners and responsible global citizens. As part of the Global Opportunties strand of our Center for Entrepreneurial Leadership, we have developed partnerships, projects, and programs with schools, organizations, and businesses from around the world. Springside Chestnut Hill Academy is an independent PK-12 school located in Philadelphia.
|St. Christopher's School
St. Christopher’s School, founded in 1911, is a college preparatory school for boys (junior kindergarten through 12th grade) located in Richmond, Virginia, United States. St. Christoper's is committed to helping its students become global citizens and to recognize and learn from their connections with people all over the world.
|Streamwood High School
Streamwood High School is is a suburban school with a student population of over 2500. Located 40 miles west of Chicago it serves a large and diverse community within the Fox River Valley area.
|Superbefrzy RP Eduzmieniacze
Nieformalna grupa aktywnych nauczycieli (Superbelrzy RP - Eduzmieniacze), którzy na co dzień stosują nowe technologie w pracy z uczniami i wzajemnie dzielą się swoim doświadczeniem. Mają swoją grupę na Facebooku. Obecnie są najaktywniejszymi liderami oddolnych zmian edukacyjnych oraz budowania społeczeństwa edukacyjnego. Oddolny ruch zmian jest ważniejszy od polityki edukacyjnej. Wszyscy członkowie tej grupy to aktywni nauczyciele pracujący bezpośrednio z uczniami. Świat, technologia oraz uczniowie się zmieniają nieustannie. Konieczność zmian najlpiej widzą o mogą wdrożyć nauczyciele pracujący z uczniami. An informal group (SUPER-TEACHERS EDU-CHANGERS)of active teachers who every day use new technologies to work with students and each other to share their experience. They have their group on Facebook. They are currently the most active leaders of grassroots educational change and building a learning society. Upward movement of change is more important than education policy. All members of the group are active teachers working directly with students. The world, technology, and students are changing constantly. The need to see the changes najlpiej can deploy teachers working with students. Superbelrzy group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/superbelfrzy/ Fanpage Groups: https://www.facebook.com/superbelfrzy
|Sustainable Fish Farming Initiative
Sustainable Fish Farming Initiative is committed to establishing a self-sustaining, income generating food source for around 500 poverty-stricken/malnourished Nepalese villagers in the Baseri Village, Dhading District. Utilizing available unused local ponds, we are working to create small commercial fish-farming collectives owned by women in the village, thereby providing these women with revenue, creating infrastructure with a portion of the proceeds, and diversifying local food sources.
|Swiss School of Management
The Swiss School of management is an English speaking, higher learning institute based in the eternal city of Rome that aims to provide students with the highest quality international educational experience through one-on-one leadership coaching, personal development plans, and innovative educational tools to help students develop qualities that will distinguish them as leaders. Ultimately our mission is to provide students the global business competencies required for leadership and success in demanding careers in the global economy.
|Tabaka Boys High School
Am a teacher by profession, teaching computer science in a Kenyan high school
|TakingITGlobal for Educators
At TakingITGlobal for Educators (TIGed), we empower classrooms to understand and act collaboratively on the world's greatest challenges. We do this by supporting educators to utilize technology to create transformative learning experiences for their students around the values of global citizenship, environmental stewardship, and student voice. Through this work, classrooms everywhere become actively engaged and connected in shaping a more inclusive, peaceful, and sustainable world.
Tech-Girls is all about empowering girls to imagine and achieve their future dreams in our tech-savvy world. We help girls imagine possibilities, discover their potential and create the solutions of the future!
|Technology Information Center for Administrative Leadership (TICAL)
TICAL's mission is to help K-12 school and district leaders to provide informed and effective leadership in the use of technology to improve education. The California Department of Education (CDE) commissioned the Santa Cruz County Office of Education to develop a centralized repository of technology related resources and professional development opportunities for California's administrators. The Technology Information Center for Administrative Leadership (TICAL) and portical.org were born!
|Teen Tech Girls
The mission of Teen Tech Girls is to empower girls to imagine and achieve new futures for themselves in our technologically advancing world and inspire them to share their vision with the globally connected community. Day of the Tech Girl is one outlet for this mission. It is a collaborative project that highlights individuals, organizations, resources, actions, news and events from around the world that address gender equity issues in computing.
|The Blended Librarian
Blended Librarianship is a novel form of librarianship practice first advanced by Steven Bell and John Shank in January 2004. In April 2004 Bell and Shank delivered a three-session workshop on Blended Librarianship that was sponsored by the TLT Group and ACRL. With support from the LearningTimes Network, the Blended Librarian Online Learning Community also became available in April 2004. At the end of 2011 the community had approximately 5,000 members and is still growing. The seminal article on Blended Librarianship appeared in the July/August 2004 issue of College & Research Libraries News. This organization seeks to explore the intersection of librarianship, technology, and learning design to facilitate the development & design of innovative library programs, services, and resources.
|The Education Fellowship
The Education Fellowship (TEF) was founded by Sir Ewan Harper CBE and Johnson Kane to deliver an excellent education to children of all backgrounds. Our experienced team is driven by a belief that every child deserves access to a top quality education and the life chances which that can embrace. The nature of our sponsorship is one of collaboration and building a new school experience together.We base our approach to education on the timeless values each family wants for their children; integrity, courage, concern for others, the character to build lasting friendships, hard work, and the grace to forgive each other and rebuild relationships when things go wrong. These enable young people to face life confident that they will make a difference wherever they go. A unique benefit for all Education Fellowship academies will be constant training and support, from the Headteacher to the administrator, in order that excellence is achieved throughout.
|The Global Classroom Project
The Global Classroom Project is a grassroots global education community dedicated to enabling teachers and students explore new ways to connect, learn, share, and collaborate globally.
|The NEA Foundation
The NEA Foundation is a public charity supported by contributions from educators' dues, corporate sponsors, and others. We support student success by helping public school educators work with key partners to build strong systems of shared responsibility.
|The Steve Sinnott Foundation
The Foundation continues Steve Sinnott's promotion of the UN goal that every child around the World has the opportunity to access quality primary education, Education for All.
Thunderbird Online's facilitated online professional development programs are available to global business professionals around the world. These top-ranked programs are accessible, convenient and up-to-date with the most insightful global business content from the world's #1 ranked school in international business. The uniquely flexible online continuing education programs, combined with unmatched global business content, ensure you are fluent in the language of global business. Thunderbird Online's professional development programs provide you with a comprehensive education in core global business concepts to broaden your global mindset, sharpen global skills and enhance your marketability.
|Tlhatlogang Junior Secondary
Down the dusty street of Soweto Johannesburg between CWJ, Dube, Mofolo and Jabavu lies Tlhatlogang Junior Secondary. The school of Excellence specialising with Senior Phase Grade 7- 9 only. We are proud about our Culture, Diversity and Ethnicity. We cater for three home languages IsiZulu, SeSotho and SeTswana and English is our Language of Teaching and Learning.
|Uganda Community Libraries Association: The 6 Community Library Service
A community library project serving our community with the traditional library services thus reading books and borrowing books and newspapers and magazines. We also have outreach programs like writing and reading clubs, hygiene program (special needs for girls) where we are helping girls with reusable and washable sanitary pads, working with Worldreader we are training our community how to use e-reader gadgets Working also with Maendeleo Foundation we are training our community with computer skills
|Unidad Educativa León Tolstoi
La Unidad Educativa Leon Tolstoi tiene como misión contribuir de manera decisiva en la integracion del conocimiento en niños y jóvenes como el elemento formador basico de su calidad humana, académica y actualización científica y técnica, comprometidos de manera noble, respetuosa y honorable hacia el servicio de su comunidad.
|Willowbridge College Africa
Willowbridge College is an accredited Edexcel International Academic Centre, offering Edexcel UK NQF International Lower Secondary School age: 12 - 14, Edexcel UK NQF International GCSE age: 14 - 16, Edexcel UKNQF GCE AS and A Levels age: 16 - 18+ to our learners. The College is an accredited International Pearson Vocational Center, offering Pearson's BTEC UK NQF Level 2 and Level 3 vocational qualifications from age 14 in Arts and Design, Business, Childhood Development, Health and Social Care, Hospitality, IT and Travel and Tourism.
|Wilson High School Global Academy
Wilson High School's Global Academy is designed to build global competencies while offering students integrated and relevant opportunities in the areas of diplomacy, politics, business, humanities, world languages, global trends, and cross-cultural interactions in an ever changing world.
A national leader in education, World Savvy supports systemic change in K-12 education, to prepare students to thrive as leaders and changemakers in their local and global communities. We equip students with the global competencies they need to succeed in a changing and interconnected world. World Savvy students communicate and collaborate effectively, value multiple perspectives, think creatively, and take informed action on relevant issues. In serving our students, we also work alongside educators, to develop their ability to teach for global competency and make learning powerful and engaging.
World View, a public service program at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, equips K-12 and community college educators with global knowledge, best practices, and resources to prepare students to live in an interconnected and diverse world. World View brings together university faculty, regional experts, and global educators from across the country and organizes professional development opportunities including seminars, conferences and symposiums, online courses, and study visits abroad. During these programs, participants immerse themselves with global knowledge and skills in order to integrate global education in all areas of the curriculum and at every grade level.
|Youth Coalition for Education in Liberia
The Youth Coalition for Education in Liberia is a non profit, non-political, non-governmental, non-religious and a Youth Center organization that advocates for Quality and relevant education through vocational skills training, literacy programs, formal education and also youth integrated programs, and create the platform for youth engagement, participation capacity building. It also gives to young people the bravery to raise their voices for better education and to teach peace and human rights in every part of the country.
|Youth for Human Rights International
Youth for Human Rights International (YHRI) is a non-profit organization based at 1954 Hillhurst Ave. # 416 in Los Angeles, California. Founded and largely staffed and financed by Scientologists, its stated mission is To teach youth around the globe about human rights, thus helping them to become valuable advocates for the promotion of tolerance and peace.
|Youth Media Project
Youth Media Project's (YMP) mission is to teach the craft of digital storytelling and the art of listening for a socially responsible world. We achieve our mission by furthering community engagement, academic skill development and participatory learning. By partnering and training educators and non-profit youth providers, YMP provides teachers and students training in media literacy, creative expression, technology, production, reflective inquiry and public radio broadcasting. By amplifying youth voice and nurturing inter-generational and inter-cultural dialogue, students practice citizenry and leadership to create positive and caring communities.
|YouthTruth Student Survey
For school leaders striving for student success, the YouthTruth® survey translates student perceptions into actionable data and insight to help districts, schools, and teachers improve. Why student feedback? Students have an important perspective to share, and student perceptions are a leading indicator of academic outcomes that can help educators make real-time adjustments. YouthTruth provides a cost-effective, rigorous, and meaningful way to incorporate candid student feedback into school improvement and teacher development. Administrators receive results within 7 days through our online interactive reporting platform, and can explore student subgroups as well as local and national comparisons.
|Zhejiang Association for Science and Technology (ZAST)
ZAST stands for Zhejiang Association for Science and Technology. It is provincial establishment of the AST organization chain in China. It is found in 1958 for the purpose of promoting science education and literacy. It is a member-based organization for professionals in the field of natural sciences with middle or above qualification. It is interested in bringing scientific and technical knowledge and information to the public in ways that would impact the normal understanding and thinking of the public, and change the thinkings of the coming generations on advancement of science and development of society. ZAST runs the following 6 platforms: 1) Electronic Science Field Trip; 2) ASTalk; 3) Science Sitevisit; 4) Science Coffee; 5) Science Odysey; 6) Science Dialogue. They are being taken under the wing of the brand name: ScienceX. ZAST runs the Zhejiang Science and Technology Museum directly. It provide consultancy to all science centers within the Province. It is interested in working with other organizations in the world to provide content rich and innovative public science education programs in China.
Our Mission is to improve the inhabitants, Community, organizations. Zixtech Organization is concerned with issues of entrepreneurship, ICT, Community development, empowering grassroot organizations, health and social work in Cameroon and Africa. We aim to provide the needed life line to help people improve their lives in Cameroon especially in rural communities. We identify their problems and seek possible ways to address them. We aim to support people who are marginalized in the communities, be it due to physically handicapped, the elderly, people with mental illness, people with albinism and needy children. We aim to create awareness and educate the community on issues affecting the well-being of their communities which includes communal hygiene, HIV/AIDS pandemic, recycling and climate change.