With experienced consultants, GEE aims to help support your educational community engage in meaningful global connections through consultation, experiences, and media. Preparing students for a global economy is essential, and we have got you covered. Get in touch to learn more about the scope of our work that can support your goals for increasing global competence and engagement.
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It is a perfect time in education and global interconnectivity to make global classroom connections accessible for all public, private, and homeschooled students. We are motivated by the “6-Cs” of 21st-century education: Collaboration, Creativity, Critical Thinking, Communication, Citizenship, and Character. We also look to incorporate the Sustainable Development Goals with our work, orienting K-12 students to the vast and essential goals to improve our world for all people.
Our goal is to help you, your classroom, and your school find cooperating K-12 schools all over the planet to collaborate on standards-aligned projects, learn about cultural and language, and become increasingly globally competence and aware, which should facilitate global citizenship.
“Role of Leadership”
National Math & Science Initiative
Niigata Minami Super Science High School
Palomar Community College
Our Globetrot and Polyglot Ponderings
- Global California 2030Since the passage of Proposition 58, California has been on the move regarding multilingualism, global citizenry, and 21st-century learning experiences. Proposition 58 converted to the Education for a Global Economy (EdGE) initiative, which enabled localities to decide the degree toContinue reading “Global California 2030”
- Thanksgiving EpiphanyAfter we enjoyed a family day spending time together, eating good food, and playing with the kids, we voyaged to the notorious and ironic black Friday sales on Thursday night in the Chicago Outlets in Chicago’s southwest suburbs. Besides theContinue reading “Thanksgiving Epiphany”
- Global Classroom Poll