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Center for Global Education at Asia Society
Global Learning Newsletter March 15, 2018
The Tech Issue
New Publication
Digital Play for Global Citizens
From the Joan Ganz Cooney Center and the Center for Global Education
Publication Cover: Digital Play for Global CitizensA new publication from the Joan Ganz Cooney Center at Sesame Workshop and the Center for Global Education at Asia Society introduces educators, youth development leaders, and parents to innovative technology tools that can help children learn about, understand, and engage with our increasingly interconnected world.

Divided into three parts, Digital Play for Global Citizens helps students build awareness of themselves and the world around them, recognize and investigate the history and complex, systemic causes of contemporary issues, and use digital play to explore the natural world.

From exploring boundaries, borders, and geography; to developing empathy and understanding of diversity; to developing a sense of curiosity and wonder about nature; this guide introduces practical, ready-to-use resources and techniques for using digital play to promote global citizenship. Read on »
Win a trip to china!
The 2018 #WhySpeakChinese Contest
Submission Deadline: May 12, 2018
We're excited to announce that our #WhySpeakChinese contest has returned for another year!

Are any of your students learning Chinese? If so, they could win a free trip to China and take along a friend! They just need to let us know what keeps them excited about studying the language, the people, and the country, and post it on social media using the hashtag #WhySpeakChinese. Learn more »
Get Inspired by 9 Global Education Innovations
By Cleary Vaughan-Lee, Global Oneness Project
How can students and teachers use technological advancements in education to address local and global challenges? What are some ways these advancements can support positive student change-makers?

Cleary Vaughan-Lee explores these questions and more and brings you nine great global education innovations she learned about at HundrED's 2017 Innovation Summit. Read on »

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