Monday, November 16, 2015

The 2015 Global Education Conference Starts Today - All Online - Full Session Listing - Join Us!


Bienvenue! Welcome! 歡迎! Willkommen! Benvenuto! 환영! Seja bem-vindo(a)! Bienvenido!

The sixth annual Global Education Conference, our free four-day online event bringing together educators and innovators from around the world, runs today Monday, November 16 through Thursday, November 19, 2015 (November 20th in some time zones). We invite all to attend!

A full listing of sessions is below. You're going to be blown away.

The Global Education Conference is a collaborative, inclusive, world-wide community initiative involving students, educators, and organizations at all levels. Last year’s conference featured more than 260 general sessions and 35 keynote addresses from all over the world with over 7,500 participants.

If you haven't joined us before, this is an amazing, engaging, collaborative, worldwide event that you will want to be a part of. You can join us for just for one session, or you can stay awake for four days straight to catch them all (...just kidding--everything is recorded so you can still sleep!)
  • "This is the event of the year where educators worldwide can come together to inspire and be inspired. "(Germany)
  • "It's a fascinating learning journey; it enables to connect and share experiences that will inspire educators all over the world!" (Morocco)
  • "Love the Global Education concept and the fact that teachers are sharing with each other around the world." (USA)
  • "Great sharing of innovative learning ideas - and wonderful to connect with educators from around the globe!" (Canada)
  • "GEC is the most real, vibrant and alive virtual experience." (Romania)

Mission: The conference is designed to significantly increase opportunities for building education-related connections around the globe while supporting cultural awareness and recognition of diversity.

Attending:  You can join us anywhere you have an Internet connection, and the schedule of sessions is published in each of the time zones in the world. Just find your time zone, find the sessions taking place, and click right into the ones you want to join. You can also import the entire calendar (Google) into your own calendar, or add selected sessions to your personal calendar to be sure that you don't miss them.

Volunteering: We still need volunteers! One of the best parts of this conference is the incredible volunteer effort to help new (and sometimes seasoned!) presenters. Volunteers gather throughout the whole conference in a special virtual lounge and work to make sure that presenters and attendees are given help whenever they need it. Our volunteers are an elite group of global helpers--come find out why they say being a volunteer moderator is the most fun you can have at the conference. More HERE.

The Community: A significant bonus to attending the Global Education Conference is joining the conference community of almost 22,000 members from around the world. In addition to being able to find partners for global projects, you also have access to the archived recordings of the several hundred sessions that have taken place over the last five years!

Great Keynotes: We've been told that we may not understand what a "keynote" session is because we schedule too many of them with too many good speakers. We don't believe in just one or two keynotes! Conference co-founder and co-chair Lucy Gray is lining up a GREAT set of keynote speakers for this year, including: Pedro Aparicio, Catherine Cartier, Kelly Clark, Meriem EL HILALI, Katie Grubb, Henry Harboe, Kayce Freed Jennings, Ned Kirsch, Jim Knight, Jean H. Lee, Julie Lindsay, Shabbi Luthra, Ann Michaelsen, Ritesh Mishra, Dana Mortenson, William Piper, Mary Morgan Ryan, and Carolyn Skibba.

Sponsors: We've got a devoted and most-appreciated set of sponsors who make this conference possible (and keep it free!). Our special thanks to VIF, TES, conference founding partners iEARN and Global Campaign for Education-US, Otus, The Wonderment, Flat Connections, Learning Bird, AFS, Know My World, and International Connections Academy. And there's still time to join this illustrious group and help support our event! Email steve@hargadon.com.

Help Promote the Conference: We can still use your help to share the conference with your colleagues, associates, friends, family (!), and the world. Our social media page is HERE with links to FacebookGoogle+Twitter, and more. Publicity resources, along with images you can use, are HERE. Show your pride with a presenter, volunteer, sponsor, partner, or advisory board member badge.

Send a Tweet:  “#GlobalEd15 is coming! Submit to present or register to attend, all free, all online, 6th year of this great event http://www.globaledcon.com”

We sure hope you will join us!  See you online,

Steve

Steve Hargadon
Co-founder and co-chair
The Global Education Conference

FULL SESSION LIST
(See HERE for dates, times, and session links)

#FitFam: Promoting a Healthier World / Samantha Ayap / Dianne Padilla
A Critical Look at the World Bank and Education / Steven J. Klees, Professor of International Education Policy / Carol Anne Spreen
A Global Shift in Mindset: How to develop innovative leaders? / Ryan Makhani, M. Ed
AFS-USA's Intercultural Learning eTool: Culture Trek: Classroom Connections / Tonya Muro, Ed.D., Director of School Outreach and Educational Partnerships / Sarah Lorya
Ambientes de Motivación para el aprendizaje / Julio Aviles Romero
Around the World in 60 Minutes: Connecting students around the globe / Katie Mussachio, English/High School Master Teacher
ArtLink en el Bosque Tropical Lluvioso de Guatemala / Gerardo Barillas, Maestro; Ramon Zetina, Coordinador de Programa; Miguel Barreto, Facilitador / Ramon Zetina, Miguel Barreto
Authentic Assessments for Global Awareness / Alana Rome, English Teacher / Alana Rome
Authentic International Mindedness In Action / Dr. Mechelle Bryson, Executive Director / Ms. Maru Busico-Flight
Becoming more active citizens of the world with MY HERO! / Wendy Milette, Director of Media Arts Education / Wendy Jewell
Blended Learning Using 3D Interactive Learning Environments / Gord Holden M.Ed - Director of Immersive Technology
Bringing the World to the Classroom: The Importance of Global Competencies / Rachel Chasse-Assistant Director of Global Education for the World Affairs Council-Washington, DC / Amanda Stamp-Director of Global Education for the World Affairs Council-Washington, DC
Building a Community of Problem-Solvers / Kristin Maksymec, Advanced Learning Facilitator
Can College Prepare You to Be a Global Citizen? / Michael Lai, Student Outreach Lead, North America / Marielle van der Meer, Managing Director, Europe and the Middle East
Can East meet West? Problematizing Westwards-looking educational reforms in Vietnam / Dr. Thi Tuyet Tran
Changing the Climate: How Globalizing My Classroom Created the Best Environment for ALL Learners / Jillian Thomas, Teacher
Changing the Course: 21st Century Learning Design and Implementation / Jessica Morrow - Language Arts Teacher / Mary Ivory
Chinese Culture University-Eastern Connecticut State University global connections: First year college students collaboration / David L. Stoloff / Dr. Julie Chen, English Professor, Chinese Culture University
COMMUNITY SCHOOLS - model of resposive school in the fast changining environment / Chris Jones, director / Edina Malkic
Comprehensively Internationalizing the campus with the Open-Access System for Comprehensive Internationalization Si3 / Carlos S. Huerta Jimenez - USMEXFUSION Executive Director / Jennifer L. Granger MA
Connecting Classrooms via Global Collaborative Projects / Kim Caise, NBCT, M.Ed. / Kim Caise
Connecting Classrooms Worldwide for Cultural Understanding / Matthew Hughes, Manager, Global Education Programs / Chelsea Ducatte
Connecting student communities around the world into one collaboration. / Mohammad Dayem Adnan. / Shameer Nawaz Khan
Connecting Students Abroad with Students at Home: Bringing Virtual Exchange into Physical Exchanges / William Stewart, Program Coordinator / iEARN-USA
Conversión de un docente tradicional a un tutor de educación virtual / Lorena Jiménez / Lorena Jimenez
Crafting Global Learning Outcomes for Teaching the Ideals of Global Citizenship / Svetlana Filiatrieu, Ph.d / Richard A. Reo, Instructional Designer
Creating a school culture and climate that supports and promotes global classroom collaboration / Jennifer Hogan, Assistant Principal
Cross-cultural Exchange: Building Leadership and 21st Century Skills / Mr. Ihab Salameh / Ms. Hiba Ibrahim
Crowdsourcing Educational Projects on a Global Scale: From Research to Practice / Ioana Literat, Assistant Professor of Communication, Media and Learning Technologies Design
Culture-Educational Paradigm Shift Framework Approach / Dr. Mirzi L. Betasolo
Developing Attitudes of Global Mindfulness: Linking Globalization with the Practices of Science / Jillian Wendt, Assistant Professor of Science Education / William Willis (Lead Presenter), Wafa Alqahtani, Quincy Jackson, Marjorie Nussbaum, Robin Roberts
Developing Community Based Learning & Anchor Strategy to Support Transferable 21st Century Skills with College Graduates / Dr. Kristen Betts, Clinical Professor / Dr. Cyndi Rickards & Jennifer Johnson Kebea
Developing creative problem solving within a global context / Paul Loranger
Developing Effective Digital Cross-Cultural Exchanges / Alicia Rescigno
Developing Religious Literacy in Schools: A Must to Nurture Global Citizenship / Anisha Ismail Patel, M.Ed, Founder & Chief Education Officer / N/A
Dialogue Culture in Education / Eliane Fitzé / Galina Pokhmelkina, Elena Merzlyakova
Dialogue Culture in Education / Olena Merzliakova, doctoral candidate
Dialogue Culture in Education / PhD Galina Pokhmelkina / Eliane Fitzé, Elena Merzlyakova
Diverse digital education for diverse global learners / Kelsey Catherine Schmitz, PhD Education content specialist / Vanessa Chaperlin, Educational Content Manager
Divided Memories: Comparing History Textbooks in China, Japan, South Korea, Taiwan, and the United States / Rylan Sekiguchi, Curriculum Specialist
Educación Pre-Básica en Honduras: Experiencia de Integración Aflatot al Currículo Nacional / Patricia Betancourt, Técnico Especialista Educación / Katherine Sussman
Educación Tradicional VS Educación Online / Mtro. Psaumis Escobedo Delgado / psaumis escobedo delgado
Educating in the Ego of ID: The Role of Perceived Identity in Symbolic Politics / Jacob D. Matlock
Education Time Warp in an Age of Exponential Technologies: What should students learn for the 21st century? / Charles Fadel, Chairman / Maya Bialik
EFLtalks. Teachers Teaching Teachers Worldwide. A Project with a Vision. / Rob Howard - Founder
Empowering Students through the Open-Access Teaching Method Students Empowered (STEMP) / Carlos S. Huerta Jimenez - USMEXFUSION Executive Director / Jennifer L. Granger MA
Encontrando tesoros en la Red / Profesora Cristina Velázquez
Engaging Heads, Hands and Hearts in International Study Abroad / Patricia A. Talbot, Associate Professor / Glenna Gustafson
Engaging student with Real World projects - the refugees crisis / Anne Farrell, Run This Way school program volunteer manager
Exploring Global Learning Opportunities / Nikolette Grace A. Ojerio, Exploring Global Learning Opportunities / Moira Velicaria
Finding Solutions To Hunger, Poverty & Inequality / Bridget Stout / Mary Brownell
Fostering Global Competency in an International School in Mongolia / Dr Kate Sutton Jones
From students’ perspectives: Engaging teenagers in learning via social media while gaining global viewpoints and more / Grace Y. Ling / Mei-Yan Lu
Getting Started in Global Education / Glenna Gustafson, Associate Professor / Patricia Talbot
Global Classroom Collaboration Penpals-Lifelong Lessons / Tami Moehring - Content Provider Liaison / Jan Zanetis
Global Collaboration Ideas from Flat Connections / Toni Olivieri-Barton, Library Technology Educator / Sheri Williams and Amy Jambor
Global Collaboration in Student-Led Learning / Rachel Patton / Brad Weinstein
Global Collaborations: World Language and STEM / Tracy Brady, French and Spanish Teacher; Past President Language Educators of Central New York / Tracy Brady
Global Connections in a Pre-Service Teacher Education Course / Mary Risner, Associate Director of Outreach / Jennifer Manise
Global Content, Local Lessons: Discover new strategies for creating interactive blended lessons with content created by teachers around the world through TES and Blendspace. / Erica Magnusson, Content Analyst, TES
Global education and interculturality in eTwinning / Rose-anne Camilleri
Global education technology for an inquiry-based classroom / Julia Coburn, WorldVuze Co-Founder
Global Encounters: Connecting Classrooms to Address the World's Great Challenges / Terry Godwaldt, Director of Programming
Global Flipped Classrooms: Gaining Knowledge from All Around The World / Igo Trazo
Global Google Mapping / Kathy Beck, Instructional Technology Coordinator
Global Learning with Film and Photography / Cleary Vaughan-Lee/Education Director
Global Partners Junior: Community Engagement with a Global Lens / Travis Hardy, Program Manager / Travis Hardy
Global Preparation of New Teacher Educators- What I’ve Learned / Amy Williamson, Associate Professor and Division Chair of Education, Health and Social Work
Global Projects, Grants, & Resources for Edupreneurs / Melda N. Yildiz, Global Scholar, Edupreneur / Fulbright Scholars and Students
Global STEM Classroom®: Going Global with STEM education / Larisa Schelkin, CEO and Founder
Globalizing Curriculum for Real-World Impact: Lessons from Virtual Exchange / Katja Riikonen, Ph.D. Senior Officer – Training & Facilitation
Globalizing US History: How to do It! / Craig Perrier, High School Social Studies Specialist, Fairfax County Public Schools & History Adjunct, Northeastern University
Go and Smell the Roses 2015 / Kathy Beck, Instructional Technology Coordinator
Going Global in the Golden State: A Conversation with Dr. Emily Schell / Dave Potter / Dr. Emily Schell
Going Global within your Curriculum / Lisa Parisi, GT Teacher, PLTW Teacher Trainer
Hot Teaching Spots / Mrs. Maha Hassan
How creating accessible electronic course materials improves internationalization / Janet Sedgley, Electronic & Information Technology Accessibility Coordinator
How to be an Equitable Education Champion: Lessons for Everyday Activists / Noel Schroeder, Deputy Director, Advocacy and Capacity Building / Jillian Holzer, Director, Change Champions
How to develop global competence within a classroom - a KIP approach / Zaman Sajid (PhD Student)
How to Embrace the Wonder of Global Learning Without Completely Messing with Your World / Jenna Broadbent, Community Director Kidnected World / Tasi Young, Meridian School
How to Leverage Global Content in Localized Instructional Design / Richard C Close CEO - Servant
iCareProject: Teaching Students to Make Global Impact / Justine Ericz Tapang
Implementing the Enhancing Reading through Identity and Cultural Heritage (ENRICH) Project / Isabelle Ereñeta, Education Specialist / Marlene Floresca, Reading Project Officer
Increasing Moroccan ACCESS & STEAM Students' Interest in STEM by Empowering Teachers Through Building PLNs: Moroccan "ACCESS-STEAMMISTS" as an Example / Marouane El Baida, An English Teacher IV / Ahmed Alalou, Safae Dehbi and Soufiane Lomari
International Clinical Placements / Ann C. Gaudino, Ed.D., Founder and Editor
International Project-Based Learning: The Monarch Butterfly / Mrs. Ruth Valle / Phyllis Manning
K-12 Global Art Exchange w/ Electronic Follow Up / Paul Hurteau, Executive Director
La Medicion de la Calidad Educativa y la Acreditacion / M.Ed Estuardo Salazar Gini
La Red Interamericana de Educación Docente (RIED): Actividades y Herramientas para la Profesión Docente en las Américas / Valentina Pernett, Consultora en Educación / María José de León; Nathalia Khayat; Daniel Pier, Consultores en Educación
Latin Literature for 21st Century: Ideas and Tools for an Interactive Learning Environment / Maureen Lamb, Latin Teacher
Lessons from Denmark: Trends in Education, Technology Integration and their Global Implications / Brittany Spatz, Teacher
LInking Colleagues, Researchers, Industries and Investments Today / Dr. Mirzi L. Betasolo
Looking at Cultural Differences in Motivating Students to Seek Information: U.S., Uganda, and India / Dr. Sherry R. Crow, Associate Professor of School Library Science / Dr. Lisa Kastello
Low-Context Delivery, High-Context Classroom: Meeting the Challenges of the Global Classroom / Dr. Betsy Bannier, Associate Professor of Chemistry and Mathematics / Johnnie C Bannier, Jr., MS, CPA
Making the most of the cultural resources in the adult ed classroom / Anne Fox
Mapping Out G.I.S. Day Globally and Collaboratively: Enhancing Geospatial Literacy Through Open Access Tools / Raymond Pun
Mathematics instruction for students across the world / Dr. Veena Paliwal, Assistant Professor
Methods for Poverty Transformation in Instructional Design / Richard C Close CEO - Servant
Mobile Learning for Adult English Learners (ESL Students) - Expanding the Classroom Boundaries / Heidi Larson, Project Advisor / Brian Kantt, Jungmin Lee, Dan Eder, Kenneth Hagberg
My Identity, Your Identity Culture Project: Global Online Collaboration in Action / Nicolle Boujaber-Diederichs, iEARN USA Master Trainer and Project Facilitator; Chris Stevens Youth Network (CSYN) Facilitator, Social Studies Teacher / Said Belgra, iEARN Morocco (invited) Asma Albriki, iEARN Oman (invited)
My Language, Your Language: Teaching and Learning Unfamiliar Scientific Terms In Filipino / Victoria J. M. Quindara / Christian A. Bustamante
Natural Wonders – Engaging students through global video conferencing about nature / Athalo Carrão – EFL Teacher
No internet? No problem: How you can author digital content that educates remote learners via Dev4x, the Moonshot Education Project / Josh Weiss, Learning Designer / Karrie Anne Vitti
Noticing Tools - Watch how they work in a global classroom / Julie Keane, Head of Research; / Emily Liebtag, Manager of Programs and Services, Dorothy Bennett, Director of Creative Pedagogy
Oh, the places you’ll go: Teacher travel and the globally competent classroom / Jesse Weisz, Executive Director
Once You Global, There Is No Coming Back / Mrs Fabiana Casella
Our Global Friendships / Toni Olivieri-Barton, Library Technology Educator / Robyn Thiessen, Matt McGuire, Donna Roman, Lisa Parisi, Maire O’Keefe, Emily Roth
Overcoming the Barriers that Come with Varying Social Classes / Ms. Wynzleen Lee
Parent_to_Parent community of practice / Federico Monaco PhD / Federica Cassi, Andreia Silva, Ruchika Roroa, Alannah Fitzgerald, Fabrizio Terzi, Tim De Winter
Partnering with schools in Massachusetts on global STEM projects / Larisa Schelkin
Plataforma educativa virtual para reducir brechas entre docentes y alumnos / Profesora. Alba Silvana Salica / Profesora. Cristina Romero
Possibilities & Pitfalls: The State of Global Education / Dr. Brad Maguth, Associate Professor
Poverty as a Lens to Global Competence / Cate Biggs, Adjunct Professor / Jeanne Rewa and Nirvani Budhram, World Savvy
Preparing Teachers for Instructional Best Practices Within an Evolving Digital Society / Imani Akin, Ed.D.
Project Based Skyping / Kimberly Rouse, Technology Resource Teacher / Monique Howley, Media Specialist
Promoting Global STEM through Educational Robotics Competition (RoboCupJunior) / Amy Eguchi, Associate Professor of Education
Proyecto internacional "Un Mundo de Juegos" / Profesora Cristina Velázquez
Rebooting the International Fair: A K-12 Student-centered approach to refreshing a tired format / Henry Wend, Director of Global Studies / Alison Dupee, Lower School French Teacher
Red de Aprendizaje Virtual Relacionados a la Administración, Que une la comunidad universitaria y secundaria / Gonzalo Andrés Rodríguez Arrieta - Docente Universitario
Refugee Story Circle / Wai Chum / Priscila Bellini & Abeedah Diab
Shift Thinking of Middle School Students Who Come With Low Expectations About Their Ability to Learn: An introduction to the world at large, to the difficulties and the similarities of young people / Ginger Heller
Simulating the practice of a foreign language at work through the Open-Access Languages at Work through Drama Method (LWD) / Carlos S. Huerta Jimenez - USMEXFUSION Executive Director / Jennifer L. Granger MA
So You Think You Can Tweet ....in Multiple Languages? / Kae Novak, Instructional Designer / Farah Bennani, Chris Luchs, Sherry Jones
Social Networking Homes to Green with Love / Sajimol Sajeev, Dance Teacher
Students Investigate Culture Through Ethnography and Mobile Devices / Harry G Tuttle, Ed. D.
Students’ misconception of their employability assets: the case in Vietnam / Dr. Thi Tuyet Tran
Sustaining Global Buddies / Eamonn Jooste, COO of Global Buddy
Take Your Classroom Global / Tania Rashid, Global Education Administrator
Taking the Mystery Skype to the Next Level / Mr. Rhett Oldham
TakingITGlobal: Global Environmental Programs and Projects / Mali Bickley: Collaboration Specialist
Teach Peace: Developing Youth's Knowledge and Skills for a Globalized World / Megan Chabalowski, Program Officer
Teacher Leadership in Global Education / Maryann Woods-Murphy, Gifted and Talented Specialist
Teachers Matter Everywhere: Professional Development in Rural School / Kay Stokes- Alidu, Associate Professor, International Business Studies
Teaching and Learning with Adult English Language Learners: Computer Mediation and Cultural Competence / Susan Jacques Pierson Assistant Professor of Education / Allison Gardner and Jin Lee
TEACHING ENGLISH LEARNERS/NON-NATIVE ENGLISH SPEAKERS / Dr. Mei-Yan Lu, Professor / Grace Y. Ling
Teaching, Technology and Transformation in Developing Countries / Patricia A. Talbot, Associate Professor / Brad Bizzell, Glenna Gustafson
Technology as a possibility to value language teaching profession: yes, there is a choice! / Erica Coutrim
The Dream Flag Project--Connecting Dreams and Friends Across Cultures / Jeff Harlan, Co-Founder and Director of The Dream Flag Project / Abby Jones
The Global Connected Educator / Anne Mirtschin
The Global Educator / Julie Lindsay
The Global Monster Project: K-6 Experiential Collaboration / Dr. Terry K. Smith
The Inter-American Teacher Education Network (ITEN): Activities and Tools for the Teaching Profession in the Americas / Maria José de Leon, Education Consultant / Valentina Pernett; Nathalia Khayat; Daniel Pier Education Consultants
The International and Study Abroad Experience: Mixing Pot or Salad Bowl / Dr. Michael O. Johnston, Assistant Professor of Sociology
The My Hero Project: Celebrating Heros in Classrooms / Mali Bickley: Collaboration Specialist / Jeanne Meyers
The My Hero Project: Teachers Resources to Support Your Projects / Mali Bickley: Collaboration Specialist / Jeanne Meyers
The Power of Women's and Girls' Voices for Education Policy Change: Part I: Lessons from Collective Global Advocacy / Noel Schroeder, Deputy Director, Advocacy and Capacity Building / Hendrina Doroba, Executive Director, FAWE
The Power of Women’s and Girls’ Voices for Education Policy Change: Part II: Effective Messaging on Global Education / Noel Schroeder, Deputy Director, Advocacy and Capacity Building
The Universal Language of Music: Composed, Shared and Celebrated Between Classrooms Across the World / Meredith Allen, Instructional Technology Consultant
The youth, the community, and the planet / Angela Kristel Pelagio / Dominique Rayco
Tools and Apps for the Global Educator / Anne Mirtschin / Session participants
Transform Learning Enviroment Together / Margarita Kalyuzhna, teacher
Transforming EFL Teacher Trainers' Pedagogical Content Knowledge Openly Online / Benjamin L. Stewart, PhD, English-as-a-foreign language (EFL) educator and researcher / N/A
Transforming ESL Lesson Plans for Effective Classroom Use / Amy Williamson, Division Chair of Education, Health and Social Work and Associate Professor
Using Diplomacy and Current Events to Build a Fluid Global Curriculum / Laura Miller, Social Studies Teacher
What Level of Culture are Your Students on? / Harry G Tuttle, Ed. D.
What's So Special: Learning the Basics and Creating Global Awareness in Special Education / Therese Casem / Kristine Mae Aguirre
Where in the World is Media Literacy Education? / Cathy Leogrande, Ph.D. Associate Professor / Cynthia Choi
Why Develop a Student-Run Global Affairs Forum? / Isabella Nuñez ‘17, Azaria Segall ‘18, Students / Dr. Susan Carrese, Faculty Advisor, Toni Olivieri-Barton, Library Technology Educator
Why online teacher trainers should know about cMOOCs / Vance Stevens, EFL instructor
Why study abroad? / Ms. Angelica Bartolome / Mr. Carl Biong
World Beyond Your Classroom (Virtual Field Trips, Hangouts, and Connected Classroom) / Agnieszka Salter Instructional Technology Coach / Agnieszka Salter
Write Our World - Multicultural eBooks by Kids for Kids / Julie Carey, Founder / Caree Edson, Co-Founder
You Can Bring UNICEF to the Classroom ... Whenever, for Free! / Daniel Sadowsky, Assistant Director of Education / Kelly Procida
You Want Me to Teach Global Context in My Courses Now, Too? How Teaching With a Global Perspective Increases Curiosity and Engagement with the World Outside US Borders. / Teri Horton, Director of College Writing & Instructional Effectiveness Specialist
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