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The Global Collaborations Network promotes digital technologies for connecting and collaborating beyond the classroom walls. The Global Collaboration Network offers best-practice curriculum design to embed global learning experiences into everyday teaching. The community shares tools and methods, curriculum developments, and opportunities for collaborations.

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  • Join us on November 13th as ISTE, in collaboration with Cisco, hosts a roundtable discussion about how Cisco's new supplemental curriculum, GPS: the series, has turned Arizona students into global problem solvers. Hear pilot educators share how the ...

  • We are inviting classrooms to join our Global Collaboration project via Flipgrid entitled "What defines life as rich and meaningful?" as a way to promote empathy, kindness and understanding. Blog  post that further explains the project. ...

  • Hi everyone, following are the details for our upcoming webinar for November. Title:  Design Thinking for the Global Goals Presenter :  Kathy Fritz from CREATOMsetgo Date and time : Friday, Nov. 16th at 11:30 am EST (UTC -5) About this webinar ...

  • I agree with Nikole. You can use Skype, Hangout etc. ------------------------------ Sylvia Fojo Grade and Computer Science Teacher, MA Uruguayan American School ------------------------------


  • Congratulations to our 2018 ISTE Global Collaboration Award Winner

    We would like to give a huge congratulations to our 2018 ISTE Global Collaboration Award winner - Nam Ngo Thanh!

    Nam Ngo Thanh is now primary school teacher in Ho
    Chi Minh City, Vietnam. He has authored multiple
    articles, and has been nationally and internationally
    recognized for the implementation of creativity and
    the integration of technology into his teaching. He is
    a Skype Master Teacher, Global Trainer, Microsoft
    Learning Consultant. ,the Global Math Ambassador,
    Lifeliqe Ambassador, Teach SGDs Founding
    Ambassador and ClassDojo Ambassador. Nam has
    done lots of global projects to make a change in his
    students since they have been able to go outside of
    the boundaries of their school building to learn. Read More
  • ISTE Global Collaboration Award - Deadline February 28th

    The ISTE Global Collaboration Network is excited to announce an award opportunity. The ISTE Global Collaboration Award recognizes a person/group that promotes Global Collaboration with social responsibility in mind. This person/group incorporates the ISTE Student Standard "Global Collaborator" ( into their regular practice as a way to support learners. The ISTE Global Collaboration PLN’s Innovation in Global Collaboration Award winner is someone who has demonstrated outstanding achievement in and understanding of implementing global collaboration, is passionate about collaborating, and has evidence of successful collaborations. 

    Applications will be accepted between February 1 and February 28 for the chance to be recognized with this prestigious award at the ISTE Conference and Expo 2018 in Chicago. This opportunity is only available to ISTE members.

    Nominees are judged on the following:
    - Provides evidence of advanced use of the ISTE Standards used seamlessly in an impactful global collaboration project
    - Has a significant positive impact on global collaboration in their educational community
    - Continuously improves their professional practice through global collaboration.

    Apply for this award using the online form found here: ISTE Global Collaboration PLN Award.    

    Applications are due February 28, 2018.  The winner(s) and non-winners will be contacted in April.

    The award recipient(s) will be recognized in a variety of ways, including:

    - Award presented at PLN Leaders Breakfast at the 2018 ISTE Conference
    - ISTE social media posts
    - Complimentary one-year ISTE standard membership
    - Press release from ISTE Read More