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High School Global Education - A Guide for High School Educators, Counselors, and Administrators

Posted By Administration, Friday, August 2, 2019

Contributed by 2017-2018 Diversity Abroad High-School Task Force members:
Jenny Doder - API, Abel Estrada - University of Colorado, Boulder, Eileen Kelly-Aguirre - School Year Abroad, Kristin Labs - IFSA Butler, Rebecca LeBlond - Democracy Prep Public Schools, Daisy Rodriguez Pitel - Pima Community College, Darin Smith-Gaddis - CAPA The Global Education Network, Shayna Trujillo - Diversity Abroad 



High School Global Education - A Guide for High School Educators, Counselors, and Administrators

 

High school professionals must recognize the critical transformation occurring at so many higher education institutions that are pursuing strategic internationalization. If students are to be adequately equipped for the undergraduate experience, readying students for global learning must begin alongside all the other relevant preparations for college. Likewise, higher education counterparts should consider their role in setting and communicating expectations around what knowledge, skills and experiences shape a well-prepared undergraduate. This guide serves as a resource for any educator or administrator interested in refining and strengthening their efforts to integrate global education opportunities into their offerings or services. Both high school and higher education professionals may find information which can serve as inspiration or a model to be interpreted and applied within their own organizations and educational institutions.


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