Making the Case:<br />Building Community Support for Global Education<br />The University of  North Carolina<br />
Learning from the world, <br />serving North Carolina<br />Scope of Presentation<br />Give you a framework for how to conv...
Learning from the world, <br />serving North Carolina<br />Making the Case in a Community<br />New global initiatives in a...
Learning from the world, <br />serving North Carolina<br />Making the Case in a Community<br />To “make the case”, we must...
Learning from the world, <br />serving North Carolina<br />Why?What?  How?  Who?<br />Global Education<br /><ul><li>  Comm...
  Collaborate
  Compete</li></li></ul><li>Learning from the world, <br />serving North Carolina<br />Why?What?  How?  Who?<br />Consider...
  Demographically
  Academically</li></li></ul><li>Learning from the world, <br />serving North Carolina<br />Why?What?  How?  Who?<br />Tom...
  Working for international companies – over 700 operating in NC today (Department of Commerce)
  Working with other countries – exports from NC to China rose 431% from 2002-2008 (US Census Bureau, Foreign Trade Divisi...
  Working across languages and cultures – 85% of the world has a native language other than English</li></li></ul><li>  To...
 N.C.’s Top Export Partners<br />In $ thousands<br />Source: WISER, from US Census Bureau, Foreign Trade Division<br />
 N.C.’s Top Export Partners<br />Source: WISER, from US Census Bureau, Foreign Trade Division<br />
Most Spoken World Languages<br />Most Spoken World Languages<br />Source: Nations Online, Most Common World Languages, Jan...
Learning from the world, <br />serving North Carolina<br />Why?What?  How?  Who?<br />Framework<br />Make global skills an...
Learning from the world, <br />serving North Carolina<br />Why?What?  How?  Who?<br />Within this context, what are the sp...
Learning from the world, <br />serving North Carolina<br />Why?What?  How?  Who?<br />Examples of Global Competencies<br /...
ISSN Global Competencies
NC’s Global Competencies of Future-Ready Students</li></li></ul><li>Learning from the world, <br />serving North Carolina<...
   Aware of world events and global dynamics
   Effective communicators across cultures
   Effective members of multicultural teams</li></ul>For a full description of NC’s Global Competencies, see the website o...
Learning from the world, <br />serving North Carolina<br />Why?What?  How?  Who?<br />Framework<br />Define what it will t...
Learning from the world, <br />serving North Carolina<br />Why?What?  How?  Who?<br />How do we make it happen?<br />How d...
Learning from the world, <br />serving North Carolina<br />Why?What?  How?  Who?<br />How does NC develop globally-compete...
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  • Matt briefly introduces name and purpose of session, then introduces self. Stephanie introduces self, then introduces Center for International Understanding.
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    1. 1. Making the Case:<br />Building Community Support for Global Education<br />The University of North Carolina<br />
    2. 2. Learning from the world, <br />serving North Carolina<br />Scope of Presentation<br />Give you a framework for how to convince others<br />Show you examples of how we have done it<br />Brainstorm ways to do this in your community<br />
    3. 3. Learning from the world, <br />serving North Carolina<br />Making the Case in a Community<br />New global initiatives in a school or district<br />Partnership proposals with other organizations<br />Adoption of policies in support of global education<br />Creating a statewide global education initiative <br />Fundraising requests with foundations or businesses<br />
    4. 4. Learning from the world, <br />serving North Carolina<br />Making the Case in a Community<br />To “make the case”, we must convince people:<br />WHY global skills and knowledge are important generally and relevant locally<br />WHAT quality global education produces<br />HOW it can be done<br />WHOshould be involved in the effort<br />
    5. 5. Learning from the world, <br />serving North Carolina<br />Why?What? How? Who?<br />Global Education<br /><ul><li> Communicate
    6. 6. Collaborate
    7. 7. Compete</li></li></ul><li>Learning from the world, <br />serving North Carolina<br />Why?What? How? Who?<br />Consider your own area…<br /><ul><li> Economically
    8. 8. Demographically
    9. 9. Academically</li></li></ul><li>Learning from the world, <br />serving North Carolina<br />Why?What? How? Who?<br />Tomorrow’s NC graduates will be:<br /><ul><li> Selling to the world and buying from the world – 1 in 5 North Carolina jobs depend on international trade (NC Labor Commission)
    10. 10. Working for international companies – over 700 operating in NC today (Department of Commerce)
    11. 11. Working with other countries – exports from NC to China rose 431% from 2002-2008 (US Census Bureau, Foreign Trade Division and tse.export.gov)
    12. 12. Working across languages and cultures – 85% of the world has a native language other than English</li></li></ul><li> Total Exports from North Carolina<br />Column figures are in $ thousands<br />Source: WISER, from US Census Bureau, Foreign Trade Division<br />
    13. 13. N.C.’s Top Export Partners<br />In $ thousands<br />Source: WISER, from US Census Bureau, Foreign Trade Division<br />
    14. 14. N.C.’s Top Export Partners<br />Source: WISER, from US Census Bureau, Foreign Trade Division<br />
    15. 15. Most Spoken World Languages<br />Most Spoken World Languages<br />Source: Nations Online, Most Common World Languages, Jan 2009<br />
    16. 16. Learning from the world, <br />serving North Carolina<br />Why?What? How? Who?<br />Framework<br />Make global skills and knowledge locally relevant. Global skills and knowledge are “down home.”<br />Microlab #1<br />Question:<br />How is your local community already global? <br />Populations present<br />Industries with international ties<br />Community groups<br />
    17. 17. Learning from the world, <br />serving North Carolina<br />Why?What? How? Who?<br />Within this context, what are the specific attributes of a successful graduate? <br />What programs or policies will help us to create this kind of graduate? <br />
    18. 18. Learning from the world, <br />serving North Carolina<br />Why?What? How? Who?<br />Examples of Global Competencies<br /><ul><li>Profile of an ISSN Graduate
    19. 19. ISSN Global Competencies
    20. 20. NC’s Global Competencies of Future-Ready Students</li></li></ul><li>Learning from the world, <br />serving North Carolina<br />Why?What? How? Who?<br />What does a successful North Carolina global graduate look like? <br /><ul><li> Culturally aware
    21. 21. Aware of world events and global dynamics
    22. 22. Effective communicators across cultures
    23. 23. Effective members of multicultural teams</li></ul>For a full description of NC’s Global Competencies, see the website of the Center for International Understanding.<br />
    24. 24. Learning from the world, <br />serving North Carolina<br />Why?What? How? Who?<br />Framework<br />Define what it will take to be a successful member of the global community you have described.<br />Microlab #2<br />Question: <br />What global skills and knowledge do students need to enter your global community successfully? <br />
    25. 25. Learning from the world, <br />serving North Carolina<br />Why?What? How? Who?<br />How do we make it happen?<br />How do we instill these global competencies in students? <br />What programs or policies will build the outcomes we have identified? <br />
    26. 26. Learning from the world, <br />serving North Carolina<br />Why?What? How? Who?<br />How does NC develop globally-competent graduates?<br /><ul><li> Increasing Teacher Knowledge about the World
    27. 27. Expanding World Language Opportunities
    28. 28. Building International Partnerships for Schools</li></li></ul><li>Learning from the world, <br />serving North Carolina<br />Why?What? How? Who?<br /><ul><li> Chinese Guest Teacher + School Partnership + Travel + Funding Assistance
    29. 29. Hallmarks of the program
    30. 30. Multi-Tiered System of Leadership
    31. 31. Authentic Educational Experiences
    32. 32. Network of Experts to Support Schools
    33. 33. State Level Coordination and Professional Development
    34. 34. Chinese Partnership Programs Coordinator
    35. 35. Chinese Language Programs Coordinator</li></li></ul><li>Learning from the world, <br />serving North Carolina<br />Why?What? How? Who?<br />Framework<br />Determine how to address one of the global competencies you identified. <br />Microlab #3<br />Question:<br />What specific activities or resources would build this global competency? <br />
    36. 36. Learning from the world, <br />serving North Carolina<br />Why?What? How? Who?<br />Two ways to build sustained support:<br /><ul><li>Convince and involve people vertically.
    37. 37. Expand programs horizontally. </li></li></ul><li>Learning from the world, <br />serving North Carolina<br />Why?What? How? Who?<br />Who are the people to involve? <br />Classroom Teachers<br /><ul><li> Teachers of multiple disciplines </li></ul>Other School and Community Leaders<br /><ul><li> Principal
    38. 38. Parents
    39. 39. Business Leaders</li></ul>School District Leadership<br /><ul><li> Superintendents and other Central Office Leaders</li></ul>State Leadership<br /><ul><li> State Education and Political Leaders</li></li></ul><li>Learning from the world, <br />serving North Carolina<br />Why?What? How? Who?<br />
    40. 40. Learning from the world, <br />serving North Carolina<br />Why?What? How? Who?<br />
    41. 41. Learning from the world, <br />serving North Carolina<br />Why?What? How? Who?<br />Framework<br />Consider how to build vertical and horizontal support. <br />Microlab #4<br />Who in your community should you involve? <br /><ul><li> Business Leaders
    42. 42. Foundations
    43. 43. State Agencies
    44. 44. Institutions of higher learning
    45. 45. Other schools and educational programs</li></li></ul><li>Learning from the world, <br />serving North Carolina<br />Discussion and Contact Information<br />Matt Friedrick<br />Director of K-12 Education Programs<br />mfriedrick@northcarolina.edu<br />Stephanie Caplan<br />Director of Communications<br />scarter@northcarolina.edu<br />Web: ciu.northcarolina.edu<br />
    46. 46. The University of North Carolina<br />
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