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Globalizing US History: How to do It!

Your Name and Title:  Craig Perrier,  High School Social Studies Specialist, Fairfax County Public Schools & History Adjunct, Northeastern University School or Organization Name: Fairfax County…Continue

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Globalizing the US History Survey: Free, Self-Paced, Online, Collaborative, Professional Development Modules

Hi Everyone,I am writing to share this new PD program launched over the summer created in conjunction with NCHE and the Longview Foundation. The target audience of the modules and course features…Continue

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Globalizing the High School U.S. History Survey Course: Free, Collaborative, and Self-Paced Professional Development

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Navigating a Flat World: Teaching Globalization in Secondary Education
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Globalizing the US History Survey: Free, Self-Paced, Online, Collaborative, Professional Development Modules

Hi Everyone,I am writing to share this new PD program launched over the summer created in conjunction with NCHE and the Longview Foundation. The target audience of the modules and course features include pre-service teachers, teachers, history professors, education and methods professors, and global education organizations.  We hope you will explore and join the participants already involved and ask that you share this resource with your network.The resource is 100% free, self-paced, and…See More
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Globalizing the US History Survey: Free, Self-Paced, Online, Collaborative, Professional Development Modules

Hi Everyone,I am writing to share this new PD program launched over the summer created in conjunction with NCHE and the Longview Foundation. The target audience of the modules and course features include pre-service teachers, teachers, history professors, education and methods professors, and global education organizations.  We hope you will explore and join the participants already involved and ask that you share this resource with your network.The resource is 100% free, self-paced, and…See More
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Globalizing the High School U.S. History Survey Course: Free, Collaborative, and Self-Paced Professional Development

Your Name and Title:  Craig J. Perrier  - High School Specialist, Social Studies; Adjunct Professor School or Organization Name: Fairfax County Public Schools, Northeastern University, and NCHE Co-Presenter Name(s): None Area of the World from Which You Will Present: Virginia, United States of America Language in Which You Will Present: English Target Audience(s): High School US History Teachers, History Curriculum Specialists, and Short Session Description (one line):Globalizing the…See More
Sep 26, 2013
Patricia E. Barrett commented on Craig Perrier's blog post The Global in World History Courses – Opening and Escaping the Nation-State Box
"Hi Craig-- Congratulations--yours is one of the most exciting new thought pieces I've seen.Your approach is truly seminal, and critical to the positive evolution of the global competence movement. Another--perhaps equally…"
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The Global in World History Courses – Opening and Escaping the Nation-State Box

Take a look at a world map and what do you see? A common reply identifies our planet as  a  puzzle of nations pieced together by contiguous, interlocking (and distinct) borders. Each nation-piece of the puzzle seems to be its own little world, structured and organized with certain/unique people, places, landforms, ideas and “ways of life.”  The borders that connect them, although not physical lines, are recognized borders of identity, government, and culture.In turn, each of these nation-pieces…See More
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Steve Hargadon replied to Craig Perrier's discussion Navigating a Flat World: Teaching Globalization in Secondary Education
"Wow.  Terrific."
Jul 22, 2012
Steve Hargadon replied to Craig Perrier's discussion Globalizing Historical Narratives: Combining Project Based Learning, Literacy Standards, Historical Thinking Skills, and Web 2.0 Educational Technology
"Craig--this looks great, and your resource websites are intriguing.  I think you need to make more explicit the global aspect of the presentation--"Globalizing Historical Narratives" sounds great, but I can't tell what that…"
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"Please Enroll Your School Here Do you have a web camera? If you do, your school can join us in the largest legal competition in the world. We are offering competition in the following areas: Model UN House Of Commons Debate YMCA MOCK TRIALS AND…"
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STEM Teachers Needed!: AcrossWorld Education Bridge Recruiting

I am recruiting STEM teachers to try out a cloud based open source platform called Education Bridge created by the MA based company AcrossWorld. Please find the attached PPT and article for more details.  We are looking for teachers to build sample playlists (lesson plans) using the built in sources (or ones you create/upload) and give feedback on the process. The position carries a small stipend of $10/playlist with the goal of 15-20 playlists per person. I am planning a webinar briefing on…See More
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STEM Teachers Needed!: AcrossWorld Education Bridge Recruiting

I am recruiting STEM teachers to try out a cloud based open source platform called Education Bridge created by the MA based company AcrossWorld. Please find the attached PPT and article for more details.  We are looking for teachers to build sample playlists (lesson plans) using the built in sources (or ones you create/upload) and give feedback on the process. The position carries a small stipend of $10/playlist with the goal of 15-20 playlists per person. I am planning a webinar briefing on…See More
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2011 Global Education Conference Speakers

Discussion and email group for conference speakers.=====The 2011 Global Education Conference is almost here!  We hope you are as excited as we are!  Here are some quick notes:1.  Presenter and moderator links to your individual session rooms can be found here: http://globaleducation.ning.com/page/2011-presenter-and-moderator-session-links. Please DO NOT DISTRIBUTE OR SHARE THIS PAGE WITH ANYONE, as it…See More
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Essentializing the Global “Other”: Defining and Teaching “Culture” as a 21st Century Skill

  Your Name and Title:  Craig Perrier, Curriculum and Instruction Coordinator for History and Social Studies and History Adjunct, Northeastern University. School or Organization Name: Virtual High School and Northeastern University Co-Presenter Name(s): None Area of the World from Which You Will Present: Massachusetts, USA Language in Which You Will Present: English Target Audience(s):  Teachers, Dept Heads, Curriculum Coordinators, Librarians, Short Session Description (one line): Ultimately,…See More
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Curriculum and Instruction Coordinator for History and Social Studies/Adjunct Professor in History
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USA, MA
About Me or Reason for Joining the GEC:
My interests around Global Education includes high school and undergraduate coursework, Historical Thinking, Professional Development, transnational history, and history education training for teachers.
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college or university professor, other
Grade Level or Age of Students You Work With (if applicable):
6-12/Undergraduates
Global Education Projects Sponsored By You or That You're Involved In (if applicable):
Globalizing the U.S. History Survey
Global Voices: M.E.Sharpe
iEARN Fulbright Orientation
Professional Development Mashup
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English
Situational Fluency in Portuguese

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The Global in World History Courses – Opening and Escaping the Nation-State Box

Take a look at a world map and what do you see? A common reply identifies our planet as  a  puzzle of nations pieced together by contiguous, interlocking (and distinct) borders. Each nation-piece of the puzzle seems to be its own little world, structured and organized with certain/unique people, places, landforms, ideas and “ways of life.”  The borders that connect them, although not physical lines, are recognized borders of identity, government, and culture.

In turn, each of these…

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At 6:45pm on June 17, 2012, Mike Cunningham said…

Please Enroll Your School Here

Do you have a web camera? If you do, your school can join us in the largest legal competition in the world.

We are offering competition in the following areas:

Model UN

House Of Commons Debate

YMCA MOCK TRIALS AND APPEALS

ICC MOCK TRIALS

South Australian Mock Trials

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At 3:58am on September 1, 2011, Nina Jelezarova said…
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