As you prepare, continue to develop, and implement curricula that fosters empathy, the consideration multiple perspectives, and problem solving at home and abroad, consider using some of the following resources.

This is a very helpful resource when thinking, planning, and preparing to develop global competency in your students. Click the image for access to the document.
The United Nations’ Sustainable Development Goals are a perfect way to have students begin thinking about creating solutions for global issues. Click the image for more information.

For a more reader friendly explanation of the Sustainable Development Goals, click here.

Other helpful resources include the following:

Sustainable Development Goals (Mini Posters)

Going Global, Locally (A Resource List)

Media Literacy and Etiquette (Resources and Plans)

Global Arts and Culture

Global Texts (A Starter List)

Incorporating Global Perspectives

Map Resources

Global Connections and Collaborations

Global Data, Math, and Science Considerations

Pedagogy of the Oppressed, by Paulo Freire

Global Age Requires Global Education (article)

Integrating Curriculum: A Case Study of Teaching Global Education (article)

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