+ Saturday, October 15, 1:45 pm - 2:45 pm

Best Practices: Using the Arts to Teach Global History, Happenings, and Heritage

Sarah Sharp, Master Teacher Fellow in Global Education, University of Pennsylvania

Varley S. Paul, Teacher, Plymouth Meeting Friends School

Using Dramatic Performance Strategies Across Curriculum to Build Academic Literacy and Global Competency

Steven Rivas Ambassador School of Global Leadership at the Robert F. Kennedy Community Schools

Your Students Can Be Water Warriors! Bring WASH (Water, Sanitation and Hygiene) To A School In Need Through H2O For Life Schools

Sara Damon, Teacher, Stillwater Junior High School

Asian Languages PK-5: creating global citizens through language learning in an underresourced setting

Emily Manetta, Associate Professor University of Vermont

Kazuko Suzuki-Carlson, Senior Lecturer University of Vermont

PBL 4 GCE: Fostering Critical Global Citizenship Education through Inquiry

Jason Harshman, Asssitant Professor, Social Studies and Global Education University of Iowa

Tami Augustine, Clinical Assistant Professor, Ohio State University

Promoting Intercultural Competence In The Classroom & Beyond

Sarah Lorya, School Relations Specialist AFS-USA

Tim Reveri, Manager of Educational Relationships & New Business Development AFS-USA

The Arab World Project: Teaching about the Arab World through exchange

Madison Marks, Senior Program Associate Qatar Foundation International

Darla Kay Hill, EdTech Strategist and Consultant Northwestern Michigan College Excelsior College and others / Immersive Wave, LLC

Establishing and Running a Successful Home-Stay Exchange Program

Thomas Kennelly, Program Director: History & Global Understanding Boston Latin School

Stewart Johnson, Director Alpha Partners

Identifying Your High Leverage Entry Points

Edna Phythian, Global Connections Liaison Highland Park Independent School District

Philadelphia was Built by Immigrants - Using Picture books and field trips to help ESOL students learn about their new city.

Patricia O'Neill, ESOL teacher School District of Philadelphia

Diversity Day: Developing Student-Centered Cultural Workshops

Colleen Lawson-Thornton, Special Education Liaison, Philosophy Teacher

Christy Chen, Chinese Teacher Academy at Palumbo High School (School District of Philadelphia)

Sania Mirzanschall, Math and Social Studies Teacher Academy at Palumbo High School (School District of Philadelphia)

Mobile Technologies Transcending Culture, Language, and Geography

Rashmi Kumar, Learning Specialist in STEM University of Pennsylvania

NancyLee Bergey, Associate Director, Teacher Education University of Pennsylvania

Building Global Knowledge & Action: Finding Solutions to Hunger, Poverty and Inequality

Mary Brownell, Project Facilitator iEARN/KIDS (Kids Can Make A Difference)

Maria Conte, Teacher St. Rose of Lima

Learn with the World through Global Collaborative Virtual Exchange Projects

Nicolle Boujaber-Diederichs, Social Studies Teacher Lake Nona High School

Cultural Repercussions of Climate Change in Two Communities: A Teenage Viewpoint how to use technology, STEM and global issues to connect students across the globe.

Jacqueline Genovesi, Vice President Education The Academy of Natural Sciences of Drexel University

Betsy Payne, Manager, Women in Natural Sciences The Academy of Natrual Sciences of Drexel University

Educating the Educators: A Proactive Approach to the Inclusive Classroom

Paula Smith, Associate Librarian Penn State Abington

Global STEM Classroom® from the first steps to the mastery: the whys, whats, hows and so whats

Larisa Schelkin, CEO and Founder Global STEM Education Center

Vitaliy Popov, Post-Doctoral Research Scholar Universtiy of San Diego

Exploring the Middle East Refugee Crisis in the Classroom

Craig Cangemi, Program Officer Qatar Foundation International

Barbara Petzen, Founder Middle East Connections

Developing Students' Leadership Skills for a New Global Paradigm

Dan Lutz, Precollegiate International Studies Education Consultant LutzGLOBE

Chet Sisk, Co-Founder and Co-President CO-LEAD International

Alternative Pathways Toward Global Competency In Finland: Vocational Education for Special Education Students and Preparatory Programs for Asylum Seekers and Recent Immigrants

Elizabeth Radday, Director of Strategies Learning Support Program The Marvelwood School

Erin Dowding, ESL Through Humanities Teacher The Flushing International High School

Thinking Globally and Acting Locally in a Rural Public K-12 School District

Chunchun Tang, Director of International Programs Oxford Community Schools

Approaches to experiential learning from the China Fieldwork Semester Program

John Flower, Director, Chinese Studies Program Sidwell Friends School

Carol Miller, Director of Curriculum and Instruction Germantown Friends School

Teaching Critical Global Stories with Pulitzer Center Global Journalism

Mark Schulte, Education Director Pulitzer Center on Crisis Reporting

Fareed Mostoufi, Senior Education Manager Pulitzer Center on Crisis Reporting