School of Education IUB

Principals' Academy on Internationalizing K-12 Schools across Indiana

Learning about the world is an effort to educate our students on how the global interacts with the local. It is our duty, as educators, to engage in understanding and living globally to connect students with global phenomena and promote an understanding of interconnectedness. Funded by federal Title VI grants, the Principals’ Academy aims to enhance principals’ and central office administrators’ global competence so that they can create global learning opportunities for their teachers and students. Objectives: To gain deeper understanding about internationalizing schools To create an international project to be implemented in the respective school/district To familiarize yourself with units at Indiana University that can support your internationalization efforts To learn about networks and resources that promote global learning To exchange ideas and knowledge with other K-12 principals and central office administrators Participants will receive: Internationalization Training Training packet Copy of the cohort’s projects Professional Growth Points $400 Stipend per participant Lunch Who, When and Where? K-12 principals and central office administrators Dates: 16th August, 2019 Institute + 4 virtual meetings + International Fair in May 2020 Indiana University Bloomington *FREE but limited numbers Registration: Email Vesna Dimitrieska (vdimitri@indiana.edu) by 10th July, 2019.
Start
Friday August 16, 2019 12:00 PM
End
Friday August 16, 2019 04:00 PM
Location
School of Education
Contact
Vesna Dimitrieska
Contact Email
vdimitri@indiana.edu
Sponsoring Unit(s)
Center for the Study of Global Change, Hamilton Lugar School of Global and International Studies
Sharing
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