|Austin International School
At AIS, our vision is to create a world in which "global citizens with strong interpersonal skills will interact positively with people from all cultural backgrounds and adapt to ever-changing international conditions." Our educators work hand-in-hand with AIS families to deliver the best international education available in Austin. We enjoy strong participation in school life from our parent body and we foster an environment in which each person is welcomed as a valued member of our growing community. We promote a culture of academic excellence nourished in a close-knit community of learners committed to internationalism, creativity, innovation, generosity, respect, and civic responsibility. We seamlessly deliver a strong curriculum in three languages (French, English, and Spanish).
|AZ Technology in Education Association (AzTEA)
AZTEA, as an affiliate of the International Society for Technology in Education (ISTE), 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. GOALS: (1) Provide a professional educational forum and network to exchange ideas, techniques, and materials. (2) Promote appropriate use of technology for the improvement of instructional opportunities. (3) Cooperate with commercial technology vendors to provide appropriate educational pedagogy. (4) Encourage research in educational technology. (5) Encourage the improvement of instruction by promoting professional standards in the field of educational technology. (6) Promote recognition of educational technology advocates through role-based awards. (7) Encourage membership in the International Society for Technology in Education.
Diversity is one of Barrie's fundamental core values. We honor and celebrate the uniqueness of each individual and embrace each person’s beliefs, experiences, values, and perspectives in support of our inclusive and welcoming community.
|Centennial Museum, University of Texas at El Paso
We are a cultural and natural history museum of the Chihuahuan Desert. Our community outreach includes two states, two countries, and hundreds of school districts as well as the students, faculty and staff at UTEP.
|Cloud Cloth Education, Inc.
In an education environment focused entirely on skills, not purpose, The Dream Flag Project has given more than 100,000 K-12 students the courage to share and declare their dreams and aspirations powerfully and publicly, infusing hope, not fear, into classrooms everywhere. The Dream Flag Project works in every conceivable school demographic--urban, suburban, rural, public, charter, parochial, private, impoverished, affluent, middle-class, from Alaska to Florida and from Nepal to Rwanda. Founded at The Agnes Irwin School in 2003, The Dream Flag Project is a proven concept, ready for scale.
|County Library George Baritiu Brasov
Actively involved in bringing new technologies to its patrons, the County Library “George Baritiu” Brasov is regarded as an important educational community resource for a core population of 285,000 inhabitant by offering them a collection of more than 630,000 physical items, including books, CDs, DVDs, periodicals, dozens of electronic resources, software, computer equipment and training for adults and children, assistive reading devices and online services.
We are a multicultural community that designs and implements multicultural education programs that model and teach cultural empathy, understanding, and respect; preparing youth for remarkable professional, social, and personal success. Our programs include, but are not limited to, Project Based Learning programs that bring youth together globally and programs designed to support the cross cultural youth population.
|Duxbury Public Schools
The Duxbury Public School district is located on the east coast of Massachusetts, in the United States. The district contains four schools: The Chandler School (grades K-2), the Alden School (grades 3-5), Duxbury Middle School (grades 6-8), and Duxbury High School (grades 9-12). An Apple Distinguished School District, we emphasize project-based learning and seek opportunities to extend student learning through collaboration with other school districts near and far.
Ed-Links-Morocco aims to promote English Language education and cross-cultural exchange among teachers, supervisors and researchers from Morocco, America, Europe, Asia and the Middle East. Ed-Links-Morocco connects its members on a collegian platform and a built-in clearinghouse for the collection, classification and distribution of information and expertise."Create, Communicate and Contribute" is our motto. Ed-Links-Morocco suggests annotated links to curriculum resource materials, teaching/Assessment tools, cultural resources as well as tutorials for the injection of ICT into on-going learning / teaching practices.
|Education Beyond Borders
Education Beyond Borders is a non-profit NGO devoted to closing the global education divide through teacher professional development and community education. We are focused on advancing and supporting 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.
|Focal Point Global
Focal Point Global (FPG) is a 501(c)(3) organization empowering the world’s youth to address global issues with cross cultural education and service learning projects.
GameTrain Learning is a 501(c)(3) educational nonprofit organization that promotes game-based learning in schools through programs such as professional development workshops, curriculum development, and educational game design.
|Globe Smart Kids
Non-profit organization Globe Smart Kids uses technology to help children grow up feeling safe, happy and excited about interacting with diverse people and in diverse global contexts. We make One Globe Kids: engaging, evidence-based education materials designed to encourage cross-group friendship while meeting standards in Language and Social Studies (English, History, Geography, Citizenship) for children 4 - 10 years.
|Greater Cincinnati World Affairs Council
Greater Cincinnati World Affairs Council is a nonprofit that promotes global competency through education programs, professional exchange services, informative international programming, and our website connecting vital international community resources. The council is the focal point for international education, interaction, and communication.
|Hong Kong Competence Education Research Institute
Hong Kong Competence Education Research Institute aims to promote public recognition of the importance and significance of educational research and to promote and facilitate co-operation among educational researchers in various fields.
|Humane Education Coalition
The Humane Education Coalition is an international alliance for collective action. Our mission is to advance the field of humane education for the betterment of all living things. We collaborate with partners in the human rights, animal protection, environmental, social justice, and education sectors to achieve common goals, support their work, and foster respect and compassion among their constituents.
|Journal of Foreign Language Education and Technology
A peer-reviewed, open-access, academic e-publication. JFLET publishes research related to education, foreign language education, ICT, and educational material development. The journal welcomes submissions of research papers, review papers, book reviews, and educational materials. JFLET is intended primarily for emerging scholars and graduate students who seek for a place to publish their first work(s). JFLET would also accept submissions from undergraduate students. Starting from volume 3 issue 1, JFLET will publish papers of well-established researchers and scholars in the special contribution section.
KDSL Global is a leading learning organization focused on empowering educators and education businesses globally.
|Lee Middle School
Lee Middle School is a public IB World School located in Orlando, Florida. We offer the Middle Years Program for students in grades 6-8.
|Reach the World
Reach the World (RTW) makes the benefits of travel accessible to classrooms, inspiring students to become curious, confident global citizens. Enabled by our digital platform, classrooms and college student travelers explore the world together. Our vision is to build a pipeline of globally-competent students and educators who will succeed in and steward the 21st Century global community. RTW’s mission is to build, deploy and evaluate a set of global education and mentoring programs that engage disadvantaged students throughout the K-16 academic years. Since 1998, RTW has been a leader in the effort to ensure that all students are prepared to participate, interact and thrive in today’s global community and economy. The program is headquartered in New York City. The National Geographic Society Education Foundation named RTW a Model Program in Geography Education.
Would you like to have a personal correspondant or collaborate on a project with a class from another part of the world in order to learn another language, discover new cultures and open a door to the world ? Then Skolinks is (made) for you ! Skolinks is a 100% free site, a secure environment and easy to use, for youth (6 – 25 years old) as well as for teachers. Youth can find their own correspondants while teachers can find a safe and friendly environment for creating classroom partnerships from around the world.
Small Solution programs provides effective and innovative technology based learning to harness the potential of children in Africa. Education is the best weapons in the fight to eliminate poverty. Providing low cost technology to children is now achievable. Access to information and the transfer of knowledge through technology is a means to use the intelligence and capabilities of African children and the power they lend to the sustainability of their communities.
|Teach The World
Through ‘Teach The World’ we are creating a living, interactive multi-media ‘documentary’ designed primarily for school audiences around the world. The children that we engage, inspire, motivate and empower now will be the business people, the educators and the political leaders of the future who can, and will, make universal education provision happen.
|The 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 twice annually. In support of our mission, we provide assistance with writing and formatting in English to international writers who seek our assistance with preparing their manuscripts.
|World Affairs Council of Dallas/Fort Worth
The mission of the nonprofit, nonpartisan World Affairs Council of Dallas/Fort Worth is to promote international awareness, understanding and connections to enhance the region's global stature and to prepare North Texans to thrive in our complex world.