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Embedding Global Competency into Curriculum and Instruction
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Presenter: William Gaudelli, Associate Professor of Social Studies and Education and the Coordinator of the Program in Social Studies at Teachers College, Columbia University.&  Dana Mortenson,…Continue

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Sarah Plumitallo replied to Dana Mortenson's discussion Design Challenge Team #10 in the group Global Leadership Summit Group
"21st Century Community Learning Center (CCLC) While this is an existing program, there is one glaring limitation: its programs and solutions are limited to afterschool hours and only enrolled participants. We envision taking this program, which…"
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PJ Foehr replied to Dana Mortenson's discussion Design Challenge Team #3 in the group Global Leadership Summit Group
"How might we cultivate a culture at our school that promotes individuality as a strength that contributes to a change-making environment? The school supports all individuals in identifying their gifts. Then develops a system of instruction and…"
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Sharon De Lorenzo replied to Dana Mortenson's discussion Design Challenge Team #16 in the group Global Leadership Summit Group
"Empathize: Students receive mixed messages about values.  Traditional educational outcomes = college acceptance = success.  This type of work is harder to "value" in the traditional sense through grades. Often problem based…"
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Crystal Cofield Davis replied to Dana Mortenson's discussion Design Challenge Team #1 in the group Global Leadership Summit Group
"How might we nurture an environment and culture to help students to have/feel agency to make change while also meeting the needs of students, teachers, schools and communities? EMPATHY: Creating a safe space for self awareness, vulnerability,…"
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Rebecca Coda replied to Dana Mortenson's discussion Design Challenge Team #6 in the group Global Leadership Summit Group
"Prototype: Team building, instructional coach, teacher created evaluation, teacher evaluation continuous improvement, 360 evaluations, teachers evaluate leaders, common planning time, initiatives integrated into everything, clearly defined feedback…"
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Jennifer Jepsen replied to Dana Mortenson's discussion Design Challenge Team #13 in the group Global Leadership Summit Group
"We agree!  We also want to emphasize student choice and value their experience.  We think the world is your classroom."
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Shannon Lougee replied to Dana Mortenson's discussion Design Challenge Team #6 in the group Global Leadership Summit Group
"wow!  Great job!  Very in-depth!"
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Shannon Lougee replied to Dana Mortenson's discussion Design Challenge Team #14 in the group Global Leadership Summit Group
"Similarly our table focused on student interest and strengths.  Our thought process was arount technology and art."
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Shannon Lougee replied to Dana Mortenson's discussion Design Challenge Team #7 in the group Global Leadership Summit Group
"Our focus question:   "How might we use students individual strengths and interests to encourage them to be change makers? PROTOTYPE- -My world 360 video based on the SDGs. -Interest inventory "speed dating" -Thematic art…"
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Drew Patrick replied to Dana Mortenson's discussion Design Challenge Team #14 in the group Global Leadership Summit Group
"Our table represents a diverse range of roles (including a high school student) and geography. Our discussions centered around the idea of finding ways to explicitly involve students in their education by asking them what they care about.…"
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Susan Campo replied to Dana Mortenson's discussion Design Challenge Team #13 in the group Global Leadership Summit Group
"Place-based and/or project-based educational experiences based on local issue of importance to the students that give choice and voice. Student generated learning "discover the peculiar bent of the genius of each" Plato"
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Rebecca Coda replied to Dana Mortenson's discussion Design Challenge Team #6 in the group Global Leadership Summit Group
"IDEATE:  Asking students “What Makes a Good LIfe?” Knowing students and what students want. Modeling empowering and getting to know teachers. Open-ended planning. How do we create our best school and our best self. Brainstorm how to…"
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Rebecca Coda replied to Dana Mortenson's discussion Design Challenge Team #6 in the group Global Leadership Summit Group
"Group 6 Problem Statement: How might we create psychological safety to lead create a culture of change makers? (Motivation, appreciation, being valued, competence, testing pressure, expectations) When people are doing okay what is the key motivator…"
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Rebecca Coda replied to Dana Mortenson's discussion Design Challenge Team #6 in the group Global Leadership Summit Group
"Empathize:  High expectations without training. , Expectation beyond standards, Multiple initiatives, fear of being ostracized for creating more work, , Lack of Focus , Lack of time, Social Media, Fear of Change, If it doesn't come from…"
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World Savvy
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Staying connected to other global education professionals and educators interested in integrating contemporary world affairs into teaching.
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