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Global Poverty: Teaching Kids "About" it and "In" it

Your Name and Title: Angela Crawford, National Board Certified Teacher and Director, Project Favela School or Organization Name: Ben C. Rain High School and Project Favela BrasilCo-Presenter…Continue

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A Call to Action: Improving Geo-Literacy through Project Based Learning

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Global Poverty: Teaching Kids "About" it and "In" it

Your Name and Title: Angela Crawford, National Board Certified Teacher and Director, Project Favela School or Organization Name: Ben C. Rain High School and Project Favela BrasilCo-Presenter Name(s):Area of the World from Which You Will Present: USALanguage in Which You Will Present: EnglishTarget Audience(s): Teachers K-12Short Session Description (one line): Participants will learn strategies for teaching kids of all ages about global poverty and address strategies for teaching kids living in…See More
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A Call to Action: Improving Geo-Literacy through Project Based Learning

Your Name and Title:  Angela Crawford, Teacher/Grosvenor Fellow of the National Geographic Society School or Organization Name:  B.C. Rain High School, Mobile, AL and National Geographic Society Area of the World from Which You Will Present:  the United States Language in Which You Will Present:  English Target Audience(s):  K-12 Short Session Description:  Learn why strengthening geo-literacy education in schools is critical and how interdisciplinary and project-based learning models can…See More
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Teacher, Grosvenor Fellow
Are You an iEARN Member?
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Location (City or Town):
Mobile, AL
About Me or Reason for Joining the GEC:
I am a teacher committed to global pedagogy and geo-literacy.
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teacher
Grade Level or Age of Students You Work With (if applicable):
grades 11-12
Blog (if applicable):
http://teachingandlearningwithoutborders.blogspot.com/
Global Education Projects Sponsored By You or That You're Involved In (if applicable):
Grosvenor Fellowship
Languages Spoken:
English, Portuguese
Favorite Education Resources:
National Geographic
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