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Teaching for Global Competence

Transform Teaching. Transform Learning. Transform the World.

The Center for Global Education at Asia Society and Arizona State University

For over a decade, the Center for Global Education at Asia Society has been a leader in global competence education. With initial investments from the Gates Foundation and Carnegie Corporation, and in partnership with Harvard University and Stanford University, among others, the Center for Global Education has developed the preeminent teacher training program on educating for global competence.

While previously only accessible to the Center for Global Education, the new online program powered by EdPlus at Arizona State University now brings this critical and relevant content to any educator around the world.

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Aligned with the UN Sustainable Development Goals and the OECD PISA 2018 Global Competence exam.

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What will you receive?

  • High-quality 1 hour learner-paced courses, which allow you to learn at a time best for you.
  • Introduction to tools that can be easily applied in your learning environment.
  • Activities and best practices for use in the classroom and in out-of-school time.
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About the Center for Global Education at Asia Society

The Center for Global Education at Asia Society is a network of educators, nonprofits, parents, businesses, and community members who share our mission to spread best practices and to promote good policies so the rising generation is ready for college, career - and the interconnected world beyond.

About EdPlus at Arizona State University

EdPlus is a central enterprise unit for Arizona State University focused on the design and scalable delivery of digital teaching and learning models to increase student success and reduce barriers to achievement in higher education.