Do you want to be a globally-minded teacher and leader in your future classroom, school, and community?
App State's Reich College of Education is partnering with Participate Learning to offer a Global Leaders Scholars program.
About the Global Leaders Scholars Program
The Global Leaders Scholars program will support you to become a globally competent leader who not only understands that you are a member of a global community, but will also show you how to take action to improve your local and global community. This program will teach you how to infuse global learning opportunities across grade levels, subjects, and school-wide activities. You will also learn how to develop skills and competencies in your students to unite them with others around the world and develop solutions to global challenges.
Global learning shouldn't be isolated to the social studies classroom. It isn't saved for special events or theme weeks. It goes deeper than decorating the hallways. Global competencies should be taught and assessed alongside academic skills through the integration of problem solving about real-world global issues. As we seek to address how to engage with questions regarding equity, diversity, and inclusion in our classrooms, global learning provides a space for students to explore their own identities as they appreciate their role as a global citizen.
Impactful global learning happens in a school when global issues and concepts are meaningfully woven into academic learning -- not an add-on or separate subject area. The Global Leaders Scholars program will focus on the following core indicators:
- Relevance and Connection
- Academic Rigor
Does this work excite you? Do you want to be a global teacher leader? If so, then come join us on this journey!
Global Leaders Scholars will be required to complete a series of online professional development learning experiences focused on global teaching, learning, and leadership. Each semester will consist of 5-10 hours of online learning and at least one in-person event.
Series 1: Introduction to Global Leadership
Kick-off event (October)
Series 2: Global Instructional Practices
Series 3: Global Impact Showcase
Culminating Showcase (November)
Completion of the Global Leaders Scholars program will count towards 8 out of the 20 required professional development activities on the Professional Development Passport. Completion of the program will also result in a global leaders certificate that can be listed on your resume and showcased in job interviews.
Twenty scholars will be selected to participate in the Global Leaders Scholars program. This program requires a three-semester commitment (Fall 2022, Spring 2023, and Fall 2023). To apply you must:
- Have a minimum GPA of 3.25
- Be admitted or intend to apply to Teacher Education
- Be enrolled as an undergraduate teacher education major and not intend to graduate before Spring 2024.
- Monday, September 12, 2022, 5:00 pm - 6:00 pm - Interest Meeting (RCOE Room 124 B & C)
- Friday, September 23, 2022 5:00 pm - Application closes
Contact Dr. Hannah Reeder, Assistant Dean of the Reich College of Education. (firstname.lastname@example.org)