Marcy Ann Prager
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Civics in the Elementary Classroom
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 Your Name and Title: Marcy Prager - Retired Elementary TeacherSchool or Organization Name: Driscoll School, Brookline, MAArea of the World from Which You Will Present: IndiaLanguage in Which You…Continue

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Started this discussion. Last reply by Lucy Gray Sep 17, 2011.

Newly Retired Elementary School Teacher
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I am a newly retired elementary school teacher, eager to consult with teachers to help them integrate global education with literacy, keeping in mind the core standards.  In 2009, I won the Social…Continue

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Started this discussion. Last reply by Genevieve Nov 14, 2011.

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I am an "curriculum integration" specialist, using literacy as the center of social studies.  If any school system would like to use my field of expertise, I would be happy to speak with you!  I won…Continue

Started this discussion. Last reply by Dr. Rita Oates Jun 12, 2011.


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Literacy and Social Studies Integration Specialist
Location (City or Town):
Town of Brookline
About Me or Reason for Joining the GEC:
I am retiring this year, and would like to consult with global institutes. I have a lot to offer!
I am a:
teacher, college or university professor, consultant
Grade Level or Age of Students You Work With (if applicable):
Web Site (if applicable):
Global Education Projects Sponsored By You or That You're Involved In (if applicable):
I have created visual introductions of multiple aspects of cultures for elementary students about Hopiland, Japan, Ghana, China, and India, supported by non-fiction texts and folktales. Literacy is the center my social studies units. I have included the study of economy into my Ghana and Japan studies. My curriculum includes poetry, technology, and hands-on activities that help students apply their knowledge they have constructed.
Languages Spoken:
Favorite Education Resources:
Kids Web Japan, among other age-appropriate tested sites

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I met Pam Allyn during her "Keynote" at the 2011 Global Conference!  I was immediately drawn to her work, bringing the best of literature to children all over the world.  Two days before Thanksgiving, I received information that Pearson Publishers were donating books to Navajo children for all the books that were read on-line by children.  You could choose the organization you wanted the books to go to.  The list of books for young children were…


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At 9:41pm on November 17, 2011, Richard Close said…


Attached is a PDF of the presentation

Bummer I had n idea. No one said anything

Techniques on How to Handle Poverty, Trauma, Adult Learning and the Web or… PDF



At 9:41pm on November 17, 2011,
Steve Hargadon

What a nice note!  Thank you so much.  For sure reach out to Lucy about the curriculum--she's likely to be a good contact for you!

At 9:54am on November 16, 2011, Carol Black said…

Thanks so much for your comments, Marcy!  I see you've retired from teaching full-time, but just in case, we have a free 50-page Discussion Guide for the film with in-depth questions, activities, and additional resources available on the website at http://  It's geared for middle-school through college age students, but a couple of the activities could be adapted for younger students (like the one where students write a sketch or make a short film about a team of Ladakhi education "aid" workers coming to the US to advise us on how to educate our children.)  Thanks again, and hope to bump into you sometime during the conference!  best, Carol

At 5:58pm on November 6, 2011, Reina Cortellezzi Lagos said…

Hola y Gracias por dar a conocer tu experiencia docente acompañadas por la reflexión correspondiente. Un placer leer tu comentario.


At 8:58am on October 14, 2011, Richard Close said…


We are looking at building community Learning Centers in Africa. Ghana is one of the places. Email me

Please join us at

At 6:53pm on October 6, 2011, Richard Close said…


I am sorry I missed your comment

I have dear friend from Ghana that lived with us Even know how to cook Jollof rice

You can see our work at

We are just starting to build up our NGO



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