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mining resources (8)

  1. 1. Business, Economic Development, and Trade Organizations Getting Started • Chambers of Commerce (www.uschamber.com) • World Trade Councils • City Offices of (International) Economic Development • Local businesses with global operations/perspective • Rotary Clubs (www.rotary.org) • Lions Clubs (www.lionsclubs.org) • Kiwanis (www.kiwanis.org) • Consular Corps • Others: Think about specific events, projects, and opportunities where you currently need partners. 1. Identify a school/department/classroom need. 2. What resources are necessary to meet that need? 3. What kind of organization/online resource could offer access to these resources? 4. How could you approach the potential partner to get involved? 5. How could the partner get involved at the school in a variety of roles? 6. How would the partner organization benefit from being partnered with your school? 7. What would you do to nurture the partnership? 8. What are the next steps you need to take to establish this relationship?
  2. 2. International Affairs and International Humanitarian Organizations Getting Started • World Affairs Councils (www.worldaffairscouncils.org) • United Nations Associations and Model UN (www.unausa.org) • Teach UNICEF (youth.unicefusa.org/teachunicef) • OXFAM Education (www.oxfam.org.uk/education/gc) • Mercy Corps (www.mercycorps.org) • Concern Worldwide (www.concern.net) • Heifer International (www.heifereducation.org) • State Geographic Alliances (www.mapping.com/alliances.html) • U.S. Diplomacy Center (diplomacy.state.gov/education/c24122.htm) • Institute of International Education (www.iie.org) • Others: Think about specific events, projects, and opportunities where you currently need partners. 1. Identify a school/department/classroom need. 2. What resources are necessary to meet that need? 3. What kind of organization/online resource could offer access to these resources? 4. How could you approach the potential partner to get involved? 5. How could the partner get involved at the school in a variety of roles? 6. How would the partner organization benefit from being partnered with your school? 7. What would you do to nurture the partnership? 8. What are the next steps you need to take to establish this relationship?
  3. 3. Educational Exchange/International Volunteer Programs Getting Started • AFS Intercultural Programs (www.afs.org) • American Institute for Foreign Study (AIFS) (www.aifs.com) • American Councils (www.americancouncils.org) • EF Education (www.ef.com) • Peace Corps (www.peacecorps.gov) • International YMCA (www.internationalymca.org) • Council on Standards for International Educational Travel (www.csiet.org) • Youth for Understanding (www.yfu-usa.org) • GoAbroad.com (www.goabroad.com) • Sister Cities International (www.sister-cities.org) • Others: Think about specific events, projects, and opportunities where you currently need partners. 1. Identify a school/department/classroom need. 2. What resources are necessary to meet that need? 3. What kind of organization/online resource could offer access to these resources? 4. How could you approach the potential partner to get involved? 5. How could the partner get involved at the school in a variety of roles? 6. How would the partner organization benefit from being partnered with your school? 7. What would you do to nurture the partnership? 8. What are the next steps you need to take to establish this relationship?
  4. 4. Media/Technology Resources Getting Started • International Education and Resource Network (iEARN) (www.iearn.org) • ePALS (www.epals.com) • TakingITGlobal (www.tigweb.org) • Global SchoolNet (http://www.globalschoolnet.org) • Others: Think about specific events, projects, and opportunities where you currently need partners. 1. Identify a school/department/classroom need. 2. What resources are necessary to meet that need? 3. What kind of organization/online resource could offer access to these resources? 4. How could you approach the potential partner to get involved? 5. How could the partner get involved at the school in a variety of roles? 6. How would the partner organization benefit from being partnered with your school? 7. What would you do to nurture the partnership? 8. What are the next steps you need to take to establish this relationship?
  5. 5. Colleges and Universities Getting Started • Title VI National Resource Centers (www.usglobalcompetence.org) • International faculty • International students and student clubs • American students who have returned from study abroad • Offices of International Education/Community Engagement/Service-Learning • Others: Think about specific events, projects, and opportunities where you currently need partners. 1. Identify a school/department/classroom need. 2. What resources are necessary to meet that need? 3. What kind of organization/online resource could offer access to these resources? 4. How could you approach the potential partner to get involved? 5. How could the partner get involved at the school in a variety of roles? 6. How would the partner organization benefit from being partnered with your school? 7. What would you do to nurture the partnership? 8. What are the next steps you need to take to establish this relationship?
  6. 6. International Studies Schools Network Getting Started • Asia Society website (www.asiasociety.org/education) Resources for Schools (http://www.asiasociety.org/education-learning/resources- schools) For Students (http://www.asiasociety.org/education-learning/students) • CoMindWork (asiasociety.comindwork.org) The GPS and Curriculum Frameworks HQ (Head Quarters) includes the most up to date documents about the GPS and Curriculum Frameworks, including the performance outcomes, rubrics, curriculum frameworks courses, units, and assessment tasks. ISSN Advisory: This work space provides you with resources about Advisory, including curriculum and other planning tools for your advisory program. The Library: A collection of articles and resources that relate to and support the ISSN Model for designing and supporting schools that educate students who are globally competent and college/career ready. • ISSN Ning (issnny.ning.com) • Others: Think about specific events, projects, and opportunities where you currently need resources. 1. Identify a school/department/classroom need. 2. What ISSN resource could help meet that need? 3. How could you use ISSN resources to address your need in your school? 4. How can you communicate to the rest of your staff about these resources? 5. How can you integrate the use of these resources across multiple projects/classrooms in your school? 6. What are the next steps you need to take to utilize these resources?

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