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This week, EDU Africa arrived in Washington D.C. for the Global Education Benchmark Group’s (GEBG) 10th Annual Global Educators Conference.

The conference will span from 13 – 15 April 2023 at Holton-Arms School,  a college-preparatory school for girls dedicated to the “education not only of the mind, but of the soul and spirit.”

The Global Education Benchmark Group (GEBG) is a non-profit organization committed to assisting K-12 schools in equipping students for a dynamically evolving and culturally diverse global landscape. 

GEBG provides students with both academic and experiential preparation for a globally diverse world. As the foremost organization of schools, GEBG sets industry standards in global education.

The conference aims to bring together global program leaders, classroom teachers, curriculum specialists, risk managers, and school administrators to discuss the following topics:

  • How will you engage students in deep learning about complex global issues like climate change or vaccine distribution?
  • How will you leverage virtual learning to engage global perspectives in your classes?
  • How will you better design for and assess student global competency development across programs, courses, and grade levels?
  • How will you strengthen policies and procedures related to off-campus programs?

Find out more about the conference here:https://gebg.org/annual-conference/

Connect with us at the GEBG’s 10th Annual Global Educators Conference

This week, EDU Africa arrived in Washington D.C. for the Global Education Benchmark Group’s (GEBG) 10th Annual Global Educators Conference.

The conference will span from 13 – 15 April 2023 at Holton-Arms School,  a college-preparatory school for girls dedicated to the “education not only of the mind, but of the soul and spirit.”

The Global Education Benchmark Group (GEBG) is a non-profit organization committed to assisting K-12 schools in equipping students for a dynamically evolving and culturally diverse global landscape. 

GEBG provides students with both academic and experiential preparation for a globally diverse world. As the foremost organization of schools, GEBG sets industry standards in global education.

The conference aims to bring together global program leaders, classroom teachers, curriculum specialists, risk managers, and school administrators to discuss the following topics:

  • How will you engage students in deep learning about complex global issues like climate change or vaccine distribution?
  • How will you leverage virtual learning to engage global perspectives in your classes?
  • How will you better design for and assess student global competency development across programs, courses, and grade levels?
  • How will you strengthen policies and procedures related to off-campus programs?

Find out more about the conference here:https://gebg.org/annual-conference/