Teachers and Global Tourists or Global Citizens? Insights After Department of State’s Global Teaching Dialogue 2019
Anna Bernanke, Executive Director of Chance Academy and Social Emotional Learning Advisor at Global Sleepover, shares her insights about how to prepare students for an interconnected world at the fourth annual U.S. Department of State Global Teacher’s Dialogue.
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Library of Congress recognizes our consortium members for improving access to reading for children with physical disabilities.
Digital Storytelling in Egypt Students from Mish Madrasa March 2018
Our team discusses the importance of global education, storytelling and more on Washington DC's WPFW 89.3 District Timba. Hear the audio below. January 2018.
Chance Academy Executive Director Anna Bernanke’s Keynote Speech on Education as Social Justice at the Gateway CDC 20th Anniversary Gala. At the event, Global Sleepover and Chance Academy officially announced a partnership to open a school and global learning space in 2018.
Global Sleepover is proud to have been nominated for a 2017 UNESCO Literacy Prize. The Prize recognizes the efforts of institutions, organizations or individuals for their contribution to the fight against illiteracy. The objective of the Prize is in conformity with...