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Teacher Preperation For The Global Age

Teacher Preparation for the Global Age

The Longview Foundation Releases Report on Internationalizing Pre-service Teacher Education.

Grants Awarded

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  1. $31,800 American University, Washington, DC
    Global Teacher Education Collaborative in Collaboration with George Mason University Awards faculty mini-grants to internationalize master's level coursework, engages faculty in professional development and to promote international activities. (Teacher Preparation Grant)
  2. $15,000 Georgia Foundation for Public Education, Atlanta, GA
    To create a global advisory coalition to deepen engagement in global learning through a partnership of the Georgia Department of Education with business, educators, and the after-school community. (State Coalitions Grant)
  3. $30,103 Kent State University, Kent, OH
    Internationalizing Perspectives and Practices in Teacher Education: Developing a Collaborative Model for Ohio. A collaborative project with Kent State University, University of Miami, Ohio, and Akron University. (Teacher Preparation Grant)
  4. $3,000 Kentucky Association of School Administration, Frankfurt, KY
    Guide KASA in deepening school administrators' knowledge levels of 21st century learning as it relates to instructional and cultural leadership; Build leadership capacity in schools to embrace and champion integration of international content in the curriculum. (Discretionary Grant)
  5. $28,162 NAFSA: Association of International Educators, Washington, DC
    To support the development of a colloquium on Internationalizing Teacher Education and the development of a cultural assessment tool. (Teacher Preparation Grant) More
  6. $4,550 National Council for the Social Studies, Silver Spring, MD
    For the Global Educator Award given in honor of James Becker. (Innovations Grant)
  7. $30,000 National History Day, College Park, MD
    Curriculum Resources for History Research on Global Current Events - Available in print and online format to guide students in history research and analysis relevant to current global events, perspectives and complex international issues. (Innovations Grant)
  8. $26,000 Primary Source, Watertown, MA
    The World at Your Fingertips: A four-week, graduate level, cross discipline, online education course. (Innovations Grant)
  9. $32,327 Rutgers University, New Brunswick, NJ
    Teaching the World: Internationalizing Teacher Education through Local and Global Partnerships Creating a statewide model and network for internationalizing teacher education. (Teacher Preparation Grant)
  10. $20,000 University of Arizona, Worlds of Words, Tuscon, AZ
    Creating and Sustaining Curricular Innovations in International Education: Analysis on current literacy communities and additional support for 12 new literacy communities that would each get $1,000 grants. Publish findings over the 24 communities on curricular innovations and potential models with links/vignettes from the communities as examples. (Innovations Grant)
  11. $30,798 University of St. Cloud/Minnesota Department of Educaiton, St. Cloud, MN
    To develop a statewide strategic plan to internationalize education in Minnesota schools. (State Coalitions Grant)
  12. $18,500 Utah State Office of Education, Salt Lake City, UT
    Online professional development courses for teachers that build their capacity to foster the global competency of their students. (State Coalitions Grant)