Study Abroad
Global Education and Study Abroad for Teachers

There are many opportunities for teachers to grow as global educators and to experience new cultures abroad.  If you are an educator interested in global education and study abroad, please see the information below.  

International Education Week (November)​

Peace Corps/World Wise Schools Free Global Competence Training 2016

Online Professional Development NCDPI​

The following are free self-paced modules related to Global Education from NCDPI:

  • Global Awareness, ​Diversity, and Cultural Sensitivity in the Classroom
  • Responsibilities of the 21st Century Educator

CTE Preparing a Globally Competent Workforce​

Fulbright-Hays Seminars Abroad for Educators and Administrators​

Global Education Conference Network​

Global Ready Student​ (a collection of articles published by ASCD Educational Leadership)​

GlobalED.TV​ (a webinar series on Global Education)

Go Global NC - Global Education Opportunities and Resources​


Mothering Across Continents​

Participate Learning - PD Courses, Collections, PLN Chats (Formerly VIF)

Project Zero Harvard University Global and Cultural Understanding​

Tomodashi Science and Technology Leadership Academy​

Whole Child Approach to Education ​(Published by ASCD: see the Global Engagement Councils and Communities Section)​

World View UNC-Chapel Hill Global Education Opportunities​

Download Resources:

2016 Teachers Global Ed and Study Abroad Opportunities.pdf

Asia Society List of Grants and Opportunities March - April 2017.docx

WACC 2016-2017CouncilScholarletterandapplication.pdf

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